Frozen and Refrigerated


3 big trends driving grocery sales

Grocery stores have experienced record-setting sales this year.

Fresh Food

What Grocery Shoppers Gravitated Toward in November

Frozen food sales continued a hot streak in November.

Refrigeration systems are the true workhorses of the grocery store: Unlike other technologies that power down at the end of the day, cooling systems run constantly to keep food fresh.

Consumers take comfort in keeping freezers stocked with convenient and healthy food.

The move is aimed at offering customers “more convenient ways” to shop.

The retailer adds Strong Roots frozen food products to its freezer aisles.

During the first few months of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States, consumers relied heavily on grocery stores.

Frozen category sales growth remains in the double digits but the selection in-store remains spotty.

In what has become a normal pandemic shopping pattern, frozen food sales remained elevated for the week of May 17.

The new sites, to be built in Plainville, Conn., and Mountville, Pa., support $480 million supply chain transformation.

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