The retail frozen food sector finished the year on a high maintaining the impressive growth that saw it exceed the £6bn milestone for the first time ever in 2017. Statistics from Kantar Worldpanel for the 52 weeks ending 3 December, show
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
John Hyman has been selected to succeed Brian Young as chief executive of the British Frozen Food Federation. Hyman, a highly experienced food industry professional, was previously UK group commercial director at Adelie Foods and has held senior roles at First
Innovation, technology and teamwork will unlock a bright future for the frozen food industry. That was the message from the British Frozen Food Federation at its annual business conference and exhibition.
British Frozen Food Federation president Peter Allan has announced the organisation’s chief executive Brian Young will step down in the spring of 2017. Addressing the Federation’s annual lunch at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London this week (24 November), Allan said:
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
The frozen retail market has again demonstrated resilience in the face of a volatile retail industry with continue positive growth. The latest retail figures from Kantar Worldpanel, which look at the 52 weeks to 29 March 2015, show that the frozen
A major new report from sustainability experts at Cranfield University has shown that increasing the production and consumption of frozen food in the UK can play a significant role in delivering the UK government’s 2020 and 2050 food security targets.
There is a positive outlook on the horizon with significant opportunities for the frozen food industry in the wake of a recovering economy according to speakers at British Frozen Food Federation’s annual business conference last week (3 March). In light of
The frozen retail market has shown continued growth year on year (yoy) despite the overall retail industry presenting a very mixed market environment. The latest figures from Kantar Worldpanel, which look at the 52 weeks to 7 December 2014, show
The frozen food market has grown in value by 2.5%, according to the latest retail statistics from Kantar Worldpanel. The report values the frozen food market at just under £5.8bn. The Kantar Worldpanel statistics, which look at the 52 weeks
Frozen food industry calls for greater collaboration to win back consumer trust at annual conference
The food industry must collaborate more and share information in order to win back consumer trust, according to speakers at British Frozen Food Federation’s annual business conference on 20 February 2014. As the government continues to talk of ‘green shoots’,
The frozen food market has again shown positive value growth – 2.5% year-on-year (yoy) – during a time when the retail industry is struggling to achieve any growth, bringing the industry’s value to more than £5.7bn. The latest market data
Frozen food has achieved value growth in 25 out of the last 26 quarters, according to the latest figures released by Kantar Worldpanel. The figures show a year-on-year (yoy) value growth of 5.8% for the year to 25 November 2012.
Frozen food continues to thrive in the current economic environment with year-on-year growth of 6.1%, according to the latest market data from Kantar Worldpanel. The frozen food category has seen year-on-year value growth in all product sectors with frozen meat and poultry,
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
Sales of frozen food have risen by 5.2% in value terms, according to the latest market data from Kantar Worldpanel. Covering all product types, the category has performed well with individual categories such as meat, vegetables and pizza experiencing strong
The British Frozen Food Federation claims retailers can boost their profits by stocking more frozen fish, after a new study by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) found 1% of all frozen fish from across the retail supply chain
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