The American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) collaborates with multiple partners to advance food safety in the frozen food and beverage industry. Evidence-based best practices that can be implemented at all stages of the food supply chain — growing, processing, distribution, and preparation — help prevent foodborne illness and promote public health objectives.
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Consumers Agree: It’s Easier to Eat More Produce and Reduce Food Waste with Frozen Fruits and Vegetables on Hand
ARLINGTON, Va. – A new survey finds that more than a quarter of shoppers are buying more frozen fruits and vegetables than three years ago and identify many benefits with these foods. Frozen fruits and
Arlington, VA – New research finds that more than 90% of foodservice operators use frozen foods in their menus, with the healthcare, convenience store and fast casual categories reporting the greatest increase in use since
Quantitative risk assessment model to investigate the public health impact of varying Listeria monocytogenes allowable levels in different food commodities: A retrospective analysis
An analysis supported by the Frozen Food Foundation investigated the public health impact of Lm in different foods and concluded that an allowable tolerance level for Lm will lead to a decrease in the number of listeriosis cases. The findings were published in Volume 338 in the International Journal of Food Microbiology.
Seventeen Food Industry Groups Issue Report Underscoring Priorities and Recommendations Ahead of the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health
Arlington, VA – As representatives of growers, manufacturers, retailers, and restaurants in the food industry, we fully support the goals of the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health to improve national nutrition-related health
Business intelligence is crucial for future success in the frozen food category. In today’s marketplace, analytics that provide information about trends, industry innovations, and forecasts enable data-driven decisions to help operations meet customer demand and
Food Safety Experts Convene to Study Foodborne Non-Cultivable Pathogens at the AFFI Food Safety Forum
Arlington, VA – More than 400 global food safety professionals, research experts and food safety policy leaders joined the American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) today at the virtual Food Safety Forum. Co-hosted with the International
Arlington, VA – The Frozen Food Foundation, in conjunction with the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP), presented Dr. Jeff Farber, adjunct professor in the Department of Food Science at the University of Guelph, with