Vitamin C fruits, frozen dragon fruit and cucumber fruit are all examples of fruits that get cold if you freeze them for too long, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Friday.
The FDA says the fruit all freeze at room temperature for less than a day.
The agency said it does not have a standard test for how long the fruit will freeze.
However, it said it will investigate if the frozen fruit needs to be frozen to obtain a blood test for vitamin C.
The FDA did not identify any other fruits or vegetables that can be frozen for longer than 1-2 days.
If you don’t freeze your fruits or veggies for at least one day, the FDA says it will monitor them for signs of mold or mildew.
For more information on freezing fruits, see the FDA’s FAQ page on freezing.