The British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) is encouraging grocery retailers to put frozen turkey at the top of their Christmas list to fight the seasonal surge in food waste.
Sales of frozen food have continued to surge and increased by £221m in the last three months (w/e 6 Sept) according to the latest statistics from Kantar and the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF).
The British Frozen Food Federation has today (17 September) launched a new look website and fresh new logo that signals a renewed, ‘digital first’ approach to membership and engagement.
Sales of frozen food increased by £285m in the last three months according to the latest statistics from Kantar and the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF).
Three food industry trade federations have today (30 March) launched a programme to prevent millions of pounds worth of food needlessly going to waste.
The British Frozen Food Federation has launched a Transport Support Platform, to match unused temperature-controlled vehicles with food manufacturers looking to launch food delivery services or simply get product to retailers.
The best new frozen food products in both retail and foodservice have been recognised at a glittering awards ceremony in London.
The £8.6bn frozen food category is set for a further boost with the launch of a new promotional campaign to coincide with Christmas. ‘Fresh From the Freezer’ is a digital campaign consisting of a series of six short films highlighting surprising
The frozen food retail market has defied uncertainty in the second half of 2016 to see year on year (YOY) growth in both value and volume in the 52 weeks to the 4 December 2016. The sector saw 0.5% volume growth
Retail sales in frozen confectionary and ice cream boosted by peaks of high temperature in summer, BFFF reports
Retail sales in frozen confectionary and ice cream have benefitted from the peaks of high temperature over the summer months, with impressive value growth of 9.4% and 2.5%, respectively, year-on-year (yoy) for the 52 weeks ending 11 September 2016. The latest
Sales of frozen food in both retail and foodservice are set to grow further according to a new report.
With the UK’s retail frozen food market now worth almost £5.8billion, frozen food continues to be a popular choice for consumers and so the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) has relaunched its consumer-facing ‘Cool Cookery’ website dedicated to promoting the
As consumer demand for convenience continues, the latest frozen food retail market statistics from Kantar Worldpanel show another period of steady growth. The figures, which look at the 52 weeks ending 13 September 2015, show that the value of the
Frozen food could save an average UK pub over £100,000 per annum, according to new research by the University of Salford for the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF). Researchers created a business case using a ‘real life’ pub, analysing cost
The British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) has launched its Guide to the Storage and Handling of Frozen Foods 2012 edition to continue to facilitate a common approach to the frozen food supply chain in light of recent developments in the
Figures from Defra showing UK households through away 17% of all food bought could be slashed if they opted for frozen equivalents instead, claims the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF). Commenting on the Department’s findings, Brian Young, director general of
Specialist vegetable and ready meal manufacturer, MDC Foods, scooped a bronze award in the Best New Poultry-Based Product category for its Chicken and Spinach Masala at the annual British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF) awards. As part of the Asda Chosen