2021 Year in Review
Year in Review Video
COVID illness and quarantines exacerbated labor shortages and supply chain disruptions throughout the food industry – in manufacturing, retail and foodservice. Despite the challenges, 2021 was another year of strong retail sales of frozen foods. Frozen foods continue to meet consumers needs for easy preparation, health, and variety. Looking ahead to 2022, AFFI expects continued strength in the frozen category and greater resiliency in the frozen food supply chain.
2021 Interactive Annual Report
We are proud of what we were able to accomplish together as an industry in 2021.
- Led the food industry approach to drive practical and science-based Listeria monocytogenes policy with regulatory agencies
- Advocated for frozen’s priorities with the Biden Administration
- Positively promoted the business and benefits of frozen foods
- Released market insights to identify unique opportunities in sustainabiliy and e-commerce to help drive the future economic health of our industry
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