The pandemic, skyrocketing demand, and other factors driving supply chain disruptions continue to impact all industries, including the frozen food sector. While experts caution that supply chain issues won’t disappear in 2022, better forecasting and responses to potential disruptions can help businesses navigate the challenges better.
Antibiotic-free chicken. Grass-fed humanely raised beef or lamb. Non-GMO. No artificial ingredients. These are the call-outs dominating the frozen aisle today. We’ve come a long way. With an identity once tied to belly fillers and
During the American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) Leadership Conference last week, over 70 member companies gathered to identify pockets of growth and to better understand demand drivers in an era of intense competition and disruption.
When a recall is started at the manufacturing level, work has just begun. The initial notice of recall gets the ball rolling, but that is only the beginning for tens of thousands or potentially millions
Portfolio diversification is key to minimizing risk. Regardless of fluctuation in a market segment, diversification allows the investor to stay true to their business investment goals and maintain long-term growth projections. It’s this same investment
By: Dr. Lory Reveil, Director of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Over the past five years, the American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) has been at the forefront of advancing Listeria science and education, development of food
June brought continued normalization of grocery shopping patterns. The share of consumers who are ‘extremely concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic dropped to 22% of the U.S. population. That is the lowest level since IRI started