Excerpt from The Outlook for Frozen Foods
In recent years, packers have put about two-thirds of the frozen vegetables in retail-size containers (holding 1 pound or less). Between 19h? And 1951, the proportion in these small containers increased, but since 1951 it has decreased slightly. Frozen vegetables in retail-size containers are sold to consumers mainly through retail stores. The one third that packers put in larger containers is sold mainly to restaurants and other institutional users and processors of soups and prepared foods.
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