Frozen Food Digital Magazine, 2019 Fall Edition, Is Now Out!

Frozen Food Digital

A brand new issue of Frozen Food Digital is out this fall. You can access it for free across mobile devices or your computer for a look at how eco-packaging solutions have been burgeoning in the frozen food industry.

Because of the importance of impulse appeal in today’s self-service markets, packaging for frozen food serves not only to protect but also has a big selling function. At the same time, today’s consumers are increasingly seeking for recyclable packaging that clearly depicts the brand’s messaging.

With the trend for green packaging in full swing, Vera Fritsche of the VDMA Food Processing and Packaging Association (a supporting organization of Interpack) talked to Frozen Food Digital to offer more details about how frozen food packaging is responding to demands coming from consumers.

At the same time, the new issue captures/provides the latest NPD in the frozen finger foods category. We also take a look at the foodservice sector, for a look at the recent developments in frozen food in this particular category.

The frozen food sector is backed up by equipment manufacturers, which are constantly seeking to offer improved machines to help processors produce high-quality products. In this issue, the focus is on cutting and peeling equipment updates, targeted at frozen potato operations.

You are invited to explore the topics outlined above and more in the new edition of Frozen Food Digital Autumn issue by clicking or tapping one of the links below.



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