Study: Increasing disposable income, desire for convenience drive demand for frozen foods
Demand for frozen meat and poultry is projected to remain the largest segment through 2022.
U.S. demand for frozen foods is forecast to total $90.8 billion in 2022, according to “Frozen Foods: United States,” a report released by Freedonia Focus Reports, Cleveland, Ohio. Population growth, rising disposable personal income and increased desire to purchase foods that are convenient will drive gains over the forecast period.
Demand for frozen meat and poultry is projected to remain the largest segment through 2022. Demand for frozen seafood is projected to advance the fastest of any segment through 2022, fueled by rising disposable personal income and the desirable health benefits of fish consumption.