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Allied Market Research, a market research and advisory company of Allied Analytics LLP, has published the Frozen Vegetables Market Report (April 2019; 221 pages). Sumesh Kumar and Roshan Deshmukh wrote the report; it includes 122 tables and 33 charts.
According to an analyst review about the report, offered by the company website:
“Frozen vegetables are products that can be stored and used over a long time by keeping the temperature below their freezing point.
Based on the interviews of various top-level corporate executives’ of leading companies, foreign direct investment (FDI) has led to rising in the participation from international and private players, which is expected to boost the retail industry. This, in turn, is expected to contribute toward the growth of the frozen vegetable market significantly.
As countries in Asia-Pacific, such as China and India, are undergoing infrastructural development with better and advanced connectivity, retail shops are witnessing a transition in terms of storage facility and inventory.
With an increase in per capita income, changes in consumer profile, and an upsurge in the female working population, developing markets are expected to emerge as significant markets for frozen vegetables.
Rise in global population and growth in the number of quick-service restaurants such as McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, Subway, and Dunkin’ Donuts further drive the market growth.
However, as per corporate executives’ perspectives, negative consumer perception related to nutritional content in frozen vegetable and inadequate freezing facilities in semi-urban & rural areas are projected to hamper the market growth”.