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The rise of frozen vegetables
2017/07/14
July 12, 2017
Changing consumption patterns, busy schedules, the demand for newer flavors and ingredients and convenience contribute to this growth.
 
The global frozen fruits and vegetable market will grow at an annual rate of 5.34% and reach 751 million tons by 2027, according to a report published by Market Research Future, Woburn, Mass. Changing consumption patterns, busy schedules, the demand for newer flavors and ingredients and convenience contribute to this growth.
 
The report, “Global Market Study on Frozen Fruits: Upsurge in Demand from Industrial Customers to Drive Market Growth over the Forecast Period 2016-2022,” shows a similar forecast for the global frozen fruit market, projecting annual growth at 5.32% by 2022. It seems the demand for frozen fruits like tropical fruits and citrus fruits, red fruits, kiwi, apricots and berries will be higher than others due to their use in baked goods, dairy products and confectionery items. In the frozen vegetable segments, spinach and legumes will see substantial growth due to the rise in demand for ready-to-eat foods.
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