FROZEN FOOD IS ESSENTIAL FOR GROWING WORLD
The world population, which entered the 20th century below the 2 billion threshold, first surpassed this threshold in 1927. Subsequently, this huge population, which exceeded 3 billion in 1960, 4 billion in 1974 and 6 billion in 1999, has now exceeded 7.5 billion. Production and storage technologies developed to meet the food needs of such a rapidly growing world gained momentum in the middle of the century. In this period, frozen food producers, which became widespread rapidly, especially in USA and Europe; made industrially frozen food products indispensable for modern life.
The frozen food sector, which is in a very important position with the global sector size exceeding 300 billion dollars today; pioneers numerous social benefits such as agricultural sustainability, food efficiency and accessibility, and healthy nutrition.