Greenfield’s Bagels stay fresh when allowed to cool in paper bags then transferred to plastic bags and sealed for storage. If a bagel is put in a sealed plastic bag container before it is completely cooled, it will sweat and become soggy.

Greenfield’s Bagels should be cooled before freezing. Slice, then place in a plastic freezer bag and seal tightly. Frozen, sliced bagels can be placed directly into the toaster. Ah, what a luxury.

Greenfield’s Bagels have no preservatives! Bagels that are several days old tend to harden. They may be easily freshened up by toasting, placing them in a covered pot with a few drops of water, or warmed in a 350 degree oven for about ten minutes.

Greenfield’s Bagels are extremely low in fat. They are high in complex carbohydrates. Bagels are the perfect energy food!