Transcript for Consumer Reports reveals its top frozen food picks
Now we turn to our "Gma" exclusive with so many people still at home and choosing to eat in, "Consumer reports" is out with its annual top picks in frozen foods. Eva pilgrim is back with more. Hey, Eva. Reporter: Hey, Michael. In case people aren't going to cook like you sales of frozen foods are up 50% in April from that same time in the previous year. Now, "Consumer reports" is out with their top picks. New this year best tasting and healthier choices. If you're exhausted from cooking every meal staying home in the pandemic, there may be some help. Quick healthy options in the frozen foods aisle. Frozen foods really are an opportunity to take some of that stress off and really make the kitchen a place where there's not as much struggle. Reporter: "Consumer reports" rating frozen meals for taste and nutrition. We looked at the proportion whole healthy ingredients in these meals, things like whole grains, keen Iowa what, legumes and the a vegetables. Reporter: Their report on "Gma" with findings that may surprise you. We found the frozen meals we rate arradondo not the same typical frozen meals from the past. Reporter: They found there are a growing number of frozen meals minimally processed and have healthier ingredients. More fiber and less sodium. Some of the top scoring meals, healthy choice simply steamers unwrapped burrito bowl, kashi plant-powered bowl sweet potato quinoa and so Cal kale and Amy's light and lean quinoa and black bean with butternut squash. I call them chef helpers, get a little assist in the kitchen. Reporter: So the portions on these can be a little small. So they suggest adding something to go with it, either a side salad or vegetables or even whole grain bread to help fill you up. Michael. And my size I will a just add a whole other portion, Eva. Thank you so much. Now we go to ginger again.
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