How long do frozen berries last in the freezer?

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  1. Cydewynder20

    Cydewynder20 Green Belt

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    Didn't see this info in the FAQ.....

    How long can you leave blueberries, strawberries, baby tomatoes and such in the freezer before they go bad?
     
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    I would assume...like....years depending on how far sub zero it is
     
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    Oh really? I knew that meat can last virtually indefinitely, but I didn't realize that was the case with berries as well.
     
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    I'm not a expert mate, I just think it would be a good while. As long as you halt microbe growth I don't see how else the food could spoil (it could become mushy when defrosted if the freezing process is too slow, but thats more of a short term thing that doesn't effect shelf life as it were)
     

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