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Frozen Food: A Global Solution To Food Insecurity

Though there is enough food produced worldwide, the world still faces dual challenges of food waste and food insecurity caused by several factors such as accessibility, climate change, poor storage facilities, and inadequate transportation systems. To cope with such challenges, certain measures have been taken up worldwide. In line with that, the production of frozen food has emerged as one of the saviors for countering these barriers. With Pal Frozen Foods, let's explore why frozen food has become a paramount part of our global food chain.

Resolving Food Insecurity

By freezing vegetables and fruits at their peak ripeness, healthy meals can be consumed all year, regardless of where one lives or what the seasons have to offer. As a result, this guarantees that people and households around the world enjoy eating a variety of foods, contributing to the global fight against food insecurity and malnutrition.

Pal Frozen Food also plays a major role in maintaining the pace of its supply chain by exporting frozen food to countries around the world such as Nepal, Taiwan, Mauritius, the USA, Canada, and the UAE.

Safe and Nutritious Consumption

Flash freezing allows perishable goods, such as vegetables and fruits, to maintain their ripeness at peak stages while locking in their nutritional content and providing consumers with the same quantity of nutrients, like vitamins and minerals, as fresh food. In the realm of frozen foods, blanching is a pre-freezing procedure essential for preventing the growth of microorganisms, guaranteeing consumer safety. It also prolongs the shelf life of food, ensuring availability despite seasonal or regional restrictions. Pal Frozen Foods utilizes IQF (Individual Quick Freezing) technology and maintains its cold chain logistics to provide its customers with safe and nourishing frozen food.

Combating Food Waste

Globally, around 13% of food produced is lost between harvest and retail, while around 17% of total food production is estimated to be wasted in homes and restaurants. Freezing reduces waste across the entire food supply chain, including losses caused by incompetent post-harvest management. In addition to minimizing waste, frozen food also provides sustainability benefits.

In parts of India, however, where consumers are transitioning towards the popularity of frozen snacks driven by the notion of hygienic and convenient features, frozen food can be a promising solution for both hunger and wastage issues. According to the report, 52% of Indians prefer frozen snacks and foods as they feel they are more hygienic than buying them ready-made from shops.

Great Accessibility

In most areas where the supply of fresh produce is scarce, frozen food is an ultimate savior for regions that need it. That is where Pal Frozen Foods steps in. We work hard every day to fulfill our mission to revolutionize the food supply chain. Supply chain management (SCM) is the backbone of the frozen food industry, essential at every step.  We have our own supply chain systems and have maintained cold storage trucks to supply frozen products over long distances. Additionally, for domestic supply, we have experimented with cold storage E-vehicles to provide hassle-free delivery to consumers. These initiatives have contributed to providing accurate and high-quality products year-round to our consumers.


Ultimately, frozen food is about innovation, access, and sustainability on a planet of plenty. Pal Frozen Foods is moving towards a day when almost everyone will have access to enough food to conquer starvation. Pal Frozen Foods works with a state-of-the-art facility, offering carefully packed, high-quality seals that keep frozen items safe from external elements and deliver them safely to consumers through the support of an in-house cold supply chain. By utilizing the power of freezing technology, we ensure nutritious meals, minimize waste, and promote sustainability. Join us in celebrating frozen food's pivotal role in feeding the world.



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