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Is EU frozen food on the fast track? Figures from different sources clash: consumption has almost certainly gained in most countries, but the reported increases have been modest for those that issue or commission their own statistics. Pierce, J.J. Oct 1, 2012 3536
Fired up for frozen foods: frozen food sales continue to improve as both retailers and manufacturers look to expand eating occasions. Levitt, Craig Aug 1, 2012 1354
Apetito group sees overall turnover rise despite fall in frozen meal sales at home. Jul 1, 2012 353
Research and Markets: Frozen Foods World Report - 2011 Edition Contains 59 Market Research Chapters Featuring Forecasts up to 2028. Report Jun 21, 2011 654
Rising popularity for frozen food sees Iceland sales grow; FIGURES HEAP PRESSURE ON POTENTIAL BIDDERS. May 25, 2011 485
Ice cream and frozen fish categories post best gains in Soft British Market: yes, times are tough. But if one steps back and looks at the the big picture with historical perspective, the retail market is seen as up by over 500 million [pounds sterling] in the past three years. Davis, Mary Apr 1, 2011 1431
Frozen food sales warming up: products that address specific health & lifestyle issues are giving the category a boots. Radice, Carol Dec 1, 2010 1808
Frozen fish feels the chill: despite great ads and successful NPD, frozen fish sales are down, as shoppers are hooked on deep-discount chilled promos. What can be done to bring value back, asks Richard Ford. Ford, Richard Statistical data Nov 27, 2010 1954
Ringing up solid half-year sales for Unilever, ice cream and beverages spin gold globally. Saulnier, John M.; Shoemaker, Ted Oct 1, 2010 599
Frozen food growth slowing in Germany; retail volume slipping in United Kingdom: recession seems to be taking its toll in the two largest European QFF markets. Shoemaker, Ted; Pierce, J.J. Jul 1, 2010 1128
Frozen foods pass environmental muster, according to study by ecological group: annual Tiefkuhltagung meeting of the German Frozen Food Institute provides lots of useful information and market statistics, as well as plenty of business-to-business networking opportunities. Decision is made to relocate headquarters to Berlin this October. Shoemaker, Ted Jul 1, 2010 840
El mercado del camaron en el nuevo ano: no parece que experimentara grandes cambios. Jan 1, 2010 950
Der kaufermarkt fur gemuse und kartoffeln beschneidet die margen der europaischen verarbeiter. Jan 1, 2010 742
Keinerlei anderung auf dem US-amerikanischen Shrimp-Markt fur das neue jahr. Jan 1, 2010 894
Le marche d'acheteurs des legumes et pommes de terre reduit ses marges beneficiaires pour les industriels europeens. Jan 1, 2010 823
Frozen food sales in sharp drop; new regime may curb imports: with Japanese population shrinking, and aging, industry faces challenging times ahead. Oct 1, 2009 1445
Hausse du volume des legumes surgeles a 3,4 millions d'euros dans l'ue; quel sera l'impact des devises faibles hors zone euro?/ Tonnage fur tiefkuhlgemuse steigt in der eu um 3,4 millionen; welchen einfluss werden die weichen wahrungen der nicht-euro-zone haben?/ El tonelaje hortalizas congeladas en ue se eleva a 3,4 millones que impacto tendran las debiles monedas fuera de la eurozona? Jul 1, 2009 1785
The East is running deeper in the red as recession hits emerging markets: like much of the world, economies are hurting east of the former iron curtain. Nonetheless, frozen food companies from home and abroad are finding innovative ways to grow markets. Shoemaker, Ted Apr 1, 2009 2096
Frozen food sales in Britain soaring towards 5 billion [pounds sterling]. Jan 1, 2009 273
Delia Smith tells it straight on frozen food, as UK retail and foodservice markets rise. Young, Brian Jul 1, 2008 1024
Birds Eye's view from the top in frozen food: top brand is also most promoted, while ice cream leads as the most promoted sub-category ahead of fish. Staniland, Kay Brief article Jun 21, 2008 336
Barbecuing from the freezer. Brief article Jun 21, 2008 173
Retailers start to take category more seriously. Jun 21, 2008 304
Ready meals steadying. Brief article Jun 21, 2008 300
Frozen ready meal fall slows ... Brief article Jun 21, 2008 165
Research and Markets: The Global Frozen Food Market Covering 53 Countries, Increased Between 2001-2006 at an Average Annual Rate of 3.3%. Industry overview Apr 18, 2008 217
The Market for Frozen Food in the Netherlands Increased between 2001-2006, at an Average Annual Rate of 3.1%. Apr 2, 2008 209
Neue verarbeitungsanlage fur Kartoffeln von ConAgra in den Vereinigten Staaten; der bau einer weiteren in UK geplant/La recolte record du benelux adoucit des prix qui etaient exorbitants l'an dernier/La extraordinaria cosecha del benelux hace bajar los desorbitados precios del ano anterior. Jan 1, 2008 1150
No Signs of the U.S. Frozen Meals Market Warming Up After Five Years of Flat Sales. Oct 26, 2007 268
Hot sales for frozen retailer: Iceland volume 1.56 billion [pounds sterling]. Oct 1, 2007 150
Japanese frozen food market edges up; industry eyes seniors for future growth: aging and shrinking population, more single households, short-sighted pricing policies and now the China syndrome combine to create headaches for domestic producers. Industry overview Oct 1, 2007 2392
Pie in the sky: frozen pizza has bounced back to a new era of better quality and higher sales. Turcsik, Richard Oct 1, 2007 1585
Danehill Dancer colt sets new record at 190,000gns; BLOODSTOCK DESK. Feb 9, 2007 615
round UP: Frozen food firm's growth. Dec 13, 2006 93
Research & Markets: Gain an Insight into the Food Activities of Unilever During the Third Quarter of 2006. Oct 16, 2006 127
Spotlight: availability: frozen food. Brief Article Sep 24, 2005 167
Des grands distributeurs, des rabais, des MDD : les grands acteurs de la scene britannique des aliments surgeles representant 7 milliards de livres. Jul 1, 2005 645
Frozen takes a leap. Illustration Feb 19, 2005 648
Baby boomers, health, ethnic trends help spur frozen seafood innovation; per capita consumption of fishery products in the United States is at an all-time high, yet is still far behind that for other proteins. Innovative frozen products, offering convenience as well as quality and variety, provide the best chance to overcome consumer resistance. Wishnow, Sharon J. Jan 1, 2005 3525
European frozen food consumption inches up 3.3% to 11.7 million tons: health concerns spur growth in vegetables, poultry, fish and seafood, and low-calorie meals. Pierce, J.J. Industry Overview Oct 1, 2004 5654
Seafood, meat and poultry all booming but shrimp could be heading for fall: low-carb craze may be fueling frozen as well as fresh meat and poultry sales, but seafood boom is driven by cheap shrimp imports--which are drying up after ITC ruling. Industry Overview Oct 1, 2004 8609
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity, region and U.S., August 31, 2004. Illustration Oct 1, 2004 1362
Rebound in German frozen food market after apparent dip in sales last year? Stalled economy and lack of consumer confidence heightens penny-pinching penchant. While this has been bad for marketers of higher-priced branded products, the good times continue to roll for own label suppliers to Aldi, Lidl and other hard discount retailers. Saulnier, John M. Apr 1, 2004 4839
Frozen food bucking trend to post gains in Germany. Brief Article Oct 1, 2003 196
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity, U.S. July, 2003. Illustration Oct 1, 2003 1263
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity, U.S. April, 2003. Illustration Jul 1, 2003 1346
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity, U.S. April 30, 2003. Illustration Jul 1, 2003 1360
Slowdown in the state of Denmark, yet hope springs eternal in QFF sector: with domestic economy in a downturn, exports are more important than over--but exporters face currency problems and other challenges. Creative solutions are being found, however. In Sweden, meanwhile, the frozen food market shows positive growth. (Scandinavia Market Survey). Williams, Andrew H. Jul 1, 2003 5917
Boom times continue for the Swedish frozen food industry. (Sweden). Jul 1, 2003 2303
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity, region, U.S., February 28, 2003. Apr 1, 2003 1328
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity, region, U.S., January 31, 2003. Illustration Feb 1, 2003 1366
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity, U.S., January, 2003. Industry Overview Feb 1, 2003 1348
Rise in shrimp consumption in US market is no surprise to the people at Seapak. (Chloramphenicol in Shrimp). Jan 1, 2003 348
French fries driving globalization of frozen potato industry. Plummer, Charles Dec 1, 2002 2405
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity, U.S. September, 2002: compiled by USDA Agricultural Statistics Board. Dec 1, 2002 1174
Stocks in cold storage: by region, September, 2002: compiled by USDA Agricultural Statistics Board. Dec 1, 2002 1322
Thai seafood company has an inside track on Japanese import market for frozen sushi. (QFFI's Global Seafood Magazine). Company Profile Oct 1, 2002 499
Will frozen vegetable campaign run into Russian winter? (The Green Scene). Oct 1, 2002 398
US frozen food consumption grows, but the numbers don't all crunch: production and consumption data bases more elusive or incomplete. But it's safe to say that poultry, seafood, entrees, meat and snacks are up, whereas juices are down. (The Green Scene). Illustration Oct 1, 2002 8162
Hit or miss? Claims for this `perfect partner' are conflicting. (Brandwatch). Brief Article Sep 14, 2002 238
Summer boost to burgers and sausages. (Consumer Data). Brief Article Jul 20, 2002 185
Stocks in cold storage, by commodity, and United States, April, 2002. Illustration Jul 1, 2002 1317
Stocks in cold storage, by commodity, region and United States, April 30, 2002. Illustration Jul 1, 2002 1221
Frozen food sales in Germany make mark, or rather euro, as receipts outpace volume. (Scandinavia Market Survey). Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 452
French fry consumption in USA on the decline for first time. (Potato Trends Watch). Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 362
It's more than just pie in the sky as USA bakers conquer freezer space: retail sales rise 9.2% in 2001, nearing the $319 million mark. Volume increases by 2.7% to over 77.8 million units. Mrs. Smith's leads the pack by far. (Frozen Foods in North America). Wishnow, Sharon J. Statistical Data Included Jul 1, 2002 1021
Focus on vegetarian & meat alternatives. Hardcastle, Sarah Apr 13, 2002 2505
Focus on: Juices & smoothies. Eggleston, Sheila Statistical Data Included Apr 6, 2002 1527
UK readiest for fish. (Fish). Brief Article Mar 23, 2002 103
Processing vegetables. Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 919
About frozen fruit and fruit juice. Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 288
2002 North America's Top 20 Refrigerated Warehouse and Distribution Companies. Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 169
Just in time for new Euro rollout, prepare to pay more of them for fries: retail prices for frozen potato products are rising, though perhaps not so noticeably as EU national currencies are replaced by a new coin of the realm. Increases not likely to soon get passed on by major fast food operators, who don't want to see a repeat slowdown in customer traffic that occurred last year due to meat safety concerns. (News from Europe). Saulnier, John M. Statistical Data Included Jan 1, 2002 3108
German frozen food prices apparently outpacing tonnage gains. Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 222
Inventive new frozen food products giving private label marketers an edge: commodity vegetables may still account for the greatest volume, but creative value-added products are offering higher margins and double-digit growth. (Frozen Food in North America). Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 1532
Focus on pizza. Hardcastle, Sarah Statistical Data Included Nov 17, 2001 2346
Brazil concentrate up 30%. (Fruit Juice). Brief Article Nov 3, 2001 159
Brands jockey for consumer choice as pizza competition heats up in USA: since DiGiorno's rising crust pizza reinvented the category in 1996, leading brands have been fighting for the leading edge -- and for the stomachs of consumers. (Frozen Foods in North America). Wishnow, Sharon J. Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2001 1599
Mead, Westvaco, do merger. (Frozen Foods in North America). Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 279
European frozen food consumption tops 11 million ton mark for 2000: most categories gain, but BSE crisis cuts into frozen meat consumption and seafood is down overall due to restrictions on the Spanish fleet. Trends harder than ever to gauge, due to reduced data or no data at all from a growing list of European countries. Pierce, J.J. Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2001 7691
United Kingdom market tops 5 billion [pounds sterling]; frozen vegetable tonnage declines: ready meals lead growth while vegetables and fish languish. Chilled ready meals now equal frozen. Food becoming a `fashion' industry, with speed of bringing new products to market key to success. Organic and `GM-free' sectors continue to grow. (Focus On Britain). Symons, Hugh Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2001 2250
Prepared foods and bakery products show greatest increase in year one: millennial year also brings millennial headaches with databases. Alternate sources of information often provide different counts for the same categories. So go figure. (USA Frozen Food Scene). Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2001 9651
Japanese frozen food consumption finally hit by economic slowdown: slight increase in frozen vegetable imports not enough to offset drop in domestic production. Fried prepared foods hurt the worst; non-fried foods, fishery products and vegetables gain. Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2001 1782
Potato use in the United States. Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 436
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity, region and United States: July 2001. Illustration Oct 1, 2001 1205
EN MANCHETTE DANS CE NUMERO. Statistical Data Included Jul 1, 2001 2546
Chilled Prepared Foods in UK Fare Well, Says Leatherhead. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 203
Frozen Surimi Market Booms in Europe, Sparking New Production to Meet Demand. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 1273
Frozen Mexican Food Hot in United States, But Cross-Country Logistics Can be Problem. Industry Overview Jul 1, 2001 1253
Potato trade surplus declines in 2000. Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 124
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity United States February 28, 2001. Brief Article Apr 1, 2001 789
Stocks in cold storage: by commodity and region, U. S., February 28, 2001. Illustration Apr 1, 2001 1306
PROFILE FROZEN READY MEALS. Brief Article Mar 10, 2001 332
Frozen fruit and juice consumption drop in '99. Brief Article Feb 1, 2001 214
Sold Out of Sea-Frozen Shrimp, Primstar Moves to Expand Supply. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 427
Were the First Fries Substitutes for Fish? Whatever, They're Big Fish in Sales Now. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 253
Frozen Fruit Sales Triple in Germany. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 159
Organic Vegetables Still Gain in EU Despite Harvest Problems. Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 636
Like A Miraculous Fast-Rising Dough Pizza in Germany Up, Up and Away. Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2000 1337
Frozen Pizza Sector Remains Hot In Rising, $2.3 Billion USA Market. WISHNOW, SHARON J. Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2000 3419
European QFF Market Still Growing, But It's Harder to Pin Down Details. Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2000 7122
Entree and Seafood Items Lead Charge In Further Growth of $74 Billion Market. Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2000 12502
Japan's Price-Conscious Consumers Look for Bargains in Frozen Foods. Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2000 1931
Bet on it -- See You in Vegas, San Francisco, Paris, NJ Turnpike, Parkway and the Polls. SAULNIER, JOHN M. Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 923
Hands-on Management Team Deeply Rooted in Vegetable Field. Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 2000 1384
Pinguin-Fisher Foods Connection: Win-Win for Suppliers and Buyers. Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 672
Expanded Sales Organization Reaches out to Global Markets. Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 898
Hungry USA Foodservice Market Eats $40 Billion Worth of Frozens Per Year. Statistical Data Included Jul 1, 2000 1942
Red Meat Back in Vogue in Canada, Beefing up Presence In Frozen Sector. LOVE, MYRON Apr 1, 2000 3992
Industry Optimism in Action Globally: Warehouse Expansion Picks Up Pace. BILLINGS, ALVIN Statistical Data Included Apr 1, 2000 2587
Space: Definitely Not the Final Frontier For Today's Logistics-Driven PRWs. HUDSON, J. WILLIAM Apr 1, 2000 1268
Poultry Industry Keeps a-Booming Despite Setbacks Here and There. PIERCE, J.J. Statistical Data Included Apr 1, 2000 3991
POTATO BUSINESS TRENDS. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 843
Scandinavian Industry Remains Strong, Despite Recent Series of Challenges. WILLIAMS, ANDREW H. Jul 1, 1999 10227
Danish Retailers See Innovation in Frozen Food Sector, But Agree That a Lot More Is Needed to Boost Sales. Jul 1, 1999 1287
PRW Industry on Expansion Track Despite Regional Economic Woes. Apr 1, 1999 2555
Frozen food turnover nears $7 billion, DTI Director Manfred Sassen reports. Shoemaker, Ted Industry Overview Apr 1, 1998 1341
Frozen food market in US tops $65MM; prepared foods account for growth. Oct 1, 1997 1693
China leads world in fisheries output; frozen seafood volume also growing. De Long, Chen Oct 1, 1997 1020
QFF retail volume up 8% in Germany, but at what sales price comes glory? Saulnier, John M. Apr 1, 1997 3810
Retail chicken sales flying high; so are pasta and other frozens. Apr 1, 1997 1738
Meal kit market coming of age. Dec 1, 1996 573
Hand-held convenience foods jumping off the shelf. Dec 1, 1996 496
It's a frozen novelty! Dec 1, 1996 506
The UniMark Group, Inc. Announces Third Quarter Financial Results. Nov 8, 1996 401
INTERNATIONAL YOGURT COMPANY ANNOUNCES EARNINGS Jun 17, 1996 291
Exports, domestic consumption grow by double digits in Taiwan. Apr 1, 1996 652
'95 in review: UK ice cream sales sweet, while drought effect on crops is very sour. Webb, Kenneth J.B. Jan 1, 1996 798
US QFF retail volume up only 0.6%, but foodservice wave keeps rising. Jan 1, 1996 1225
China watch: it's no Shanghai surprise that frozens are big time in Metropolis. Saulnier, John M. Oct 1, 1995 5031
QFF production up 8.2% in USA, but domestic retail sales flat. Oct 1, 1995 931
If pizza becomes the main UK meal, then what's on the menu for 'afters'? Kemp, Graham Jul 1, 1995 1803
Latest on Japanese QFF consumption: it just keeps growing, and growing.... Jul 1, 1995 520
Heinz sharpens global focus on foodservice as frozen food sales approach $2.5 billion. Jul 1, 1995 519
Why little Denmark holds second place in international frozen food consumption. Ferro, Charles Apr 1, 1995 1277
Nearing $20 billion in annual sales, FF rings up 9.5% of retail store take. Jan 1, 1995 1139
European frozen food market closing on 8.5 million tons. Oct 1, 1994 4559
There's still room for more growth in 'mature' United States QFF market. Oct 1, 1994 1731
Traditional products take the lead in Japanese frozen food growth. Oct 1, 1994 713
Taiwan frozen exports bounce back, domestic consumption also grows. Oct 1, 1994 686
While overall food market slips, frozen consumption rises in Italy. Jul 1, 1994 644
Danes adapt to market vagaries; Swedes foresee more growth coming. Williams, Andrew H. Jul 1, 1994 8860
Japanese frozen food growth slows, but vegetable imports increase 7.7%. Jul 1, 1994 456
Healthy sales prospects in store for tasty food with or without fat. Saulnier, John M. Jul 1, 1994 1500
Plain beats prepared in USA, too: consumers are sticking to basics. Apr 1, 1994 1204
Processing vegetables: production mixed Feb 1, 1994 1409
Report says frozen fish product range preferred by far among UK caterers. Oct 1, 1993 995
U.S. frozen food volume creeps up, despite losses in prepared FF, juice. Oct 1, 1993 1397
European QFF market still growing, despite continent-wide recession. Pierce, J.J. Oct 1, 1993 4073
Japanese FF consumption up 7.4% but imported vegetables take hit. Oct 1, 1993 765
Taiwan exports slip, imports gain; consumption hits 200,000 tons. Oct 1, 1993 598
The frozen and refrigerated breakfast market. Oct 1, 1993 973
Frozen growth strong in 6 EEC countries, but in Britain chilled foods are much hotter. Jul 1, 1993 722
Competition intensifies in potato field as overcapacity puts pressure on profits. Jan 1, 1993 3217
We know who's producing all those spuds, but who is eating - and not eating - them? Jan 1, 1993 561
From the fertile fields of Flanders come Europe's most prized vegetables. Jan 1, 1993 1063
Vegetable market calm; fruit unsettled because of problems in East, reports ODC. Jan 1, 1993 1077
Japanese frozen food consumption 1.5 million tons, as imports gain. Jan 1, 1993 696
Denmark's hardy appetite for frozen food makes it no. 1 in consumption and output. Emborg, Henrik Oct 1, 1992 1079
Frozen pizza sales near $1.3 billion, as category is among retail's top ten. Oct 1, 1992 672
Recession and soft commodity prices put crimp on US frozen food industry. Oct 1, 1992 1454
Slower growth for European FF market, but bakery and potato products soar. Pierce, J.J. Oct 1, 1992 3945
ACTION PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCES AUGUST SALES UP 45 PERCENT Sep 9, 1992 202
Prepared frozen foods market climbs to $11 billion +. Industry Overview Feb 1, 1992 631
WARNING: YOUR STATE MAY BE COVERED WITH FROZEN PIZZA Jan 13, 1992 228
FROZEN PIZZA SALES ARE LITERALLY "OUT OF THIS WORLD" Jan 6, 1992 229
Paced by Britain, Germany and France, European frozen pizza market on rise. Industry Overview Jan 1, 1992 1377
Pizza half of QFF ready meal sales in France, where wood-cooked thin crusts gain favor. Davis, Mary B. Industry Overview Jan 1, 1992 1690
Ice cream serves up sweetest profits of all in retail frozen food cabinet. Saulnier, John M. Industry Overview Jan 1, 1992 1044
1991 global frozen foods almanac. Oct 1, 1991 10555
Frozen food registers 6.9% increase; potatoes and fish leading gainers. Jul 1, 1991 1365
Baked goods sales seen hot in '90s, with frozens to rise 9.3% annually. Hoover, William J. Apr 1, 1991 1798
USA frozen food market lags, but some categories surprise. Oct 1, 1990 1638
Dusterberg, Apetito satisfy appetite for sales by doing 178M DM in Business. Jul 1, 1990 535
Scholler sales up nearly 10% to DM 962-M getting on track for 1992 united Europe. Jul 1, 1989 643
Brazilian orange juice sales may dip if record export price holds steady. Jan 1, 1989 959
The green darling of U.S. foodservice, broccoli spears corn for vegetable lead. Pierce, J.J. Jan 1, 1989 1170
With only 11% household penetration, microwaves slowly cooking up FF boom. Jan 1, 1989 932

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