New Ice Age

Phillips, Bob
March 2007
Progressive Grocer;3/1/2007, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p42
Trade Publication
This article talks about freezer cases in groceries and supermarkets becoming one of the areas featuring healthy and natural foods. According to ACNielsen Label Trends data, the natural frozen foods category saw an overall 23.6% increase in dollar sales in the food, drug and mass channels for the 52 weeks ending December 2, 2006. Tom Gleason, president of Oregon Ice Cream, said consumers not having the time to cook healthy but wanting to eat healthy pose growth opportunities for the frozen natural foods industry.


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