1. Availability. Within hours, unfrozen products are processed and quick frozen to prevent any deterioration of flavor, quality, texture or nutrition. And frozen, which remains virtually unchanged in storage, eliminates losses experienced from spoilage and shrinkage. Frozen at the peak of perfection, there is presently no better method of food preservation.
2. Convenience. Frozen foods are convenient. By planning ahead, filling your freezer with no worries of shelf life, your freezer is truly your store.
3. Economy. Frozen foods are economical. Edible ounce for edible ounce, frozen food costs are usually less than their unfrozen counterparts.
4. Freshness. Freezing foods seals in freshness. Foods designed for the freezer are selected at their peak of nutrition and flavor, quickly processed and frozen within hours, before there has been any deterioration in quality.
5. Longer storage. Frozen foods have a longer storage time than unfrozen, offering maximum flexibility. Frozen product, for example, stays fresh in the freezer for up to 8 to 12 months, whereas unfrozen product usually must be consumed within a week few days.
6. No waste. With frozen foods you have food that is 100% edible. You don’t pay for waste
7. Nutrition. There’s no better known means of preserving food than by freezing. Commercial rapid-freezing processed maintain nutritional quality of products without chemical preservatives. And food quick-frozen and properly stored keep their high nutritional value.
8. Taste. Frozen foods have passed the most discriminating taste test. Freezing ensures consistently uniform product quality in each and every serving.
9. Value. Because frozen foods fit the way people live and eat today, they offer incomparable value in a number of ways: dollar savings, nutrition and quality, time savings and energy saving.