Tips for Keeping Frozen Food Good If You Lose Power


This week Tropical Storm Isaias ravaged the east coast of the United States, leading to fallen trees toppling power lines. Now, days later, millions of homes and businesses are still without power. With many going on their fifth month of quarantine, refrigerators and freezers are often packed to the brim - putting the food families have been stocking up on in danger. Les Trent spoke with some New Jersey residents to see how they are making sure their perishables don’t end up in the trash before they can feed their families.

While we don't typically have issues from hurricanes here in Illinois, we do see pretty severe thunderstorms and tornadoes, so these tips could come in handy for your family this summer!

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