Fresh or frozen? How to feed your family during the pandemic

Will Kreznick

While lockdown levels change, one thing that stays the same is that leaving home presents a risk. As careful as we may be when we’re at the mall, there is always a chance we may somehow pick up the Covid-19 virus. 

Many of us have therefore reduced the number of times we pop in the shops for bread and milk, and have either learned to stretch our supplies between trips, or set up regular grocery deliveries.

I myself have learned to lean heavily on frozen, dried and tinned foods, and buy more of the fresh produce like butternut or oranges

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New frozen snack brand seeks to replicate the joy of Snow Days

Will Kreznick

Jason Karp fondly remembers winter mornings when he was a child growing up in the Northeast and he got the good news: No school. It’s a snow day.

“There was this sense of freedom, happiness, euphoria, that was just like, ‘Wow, I have freedom today,'” Karp said.

A former investment fund manager, Karp is co-founder of the Hu snacking brand, and founder and CEO of HumanCo. He aims to capture that euphoric sense of freedom from his childhood with Snow Days, a new brand launch under HumanCo. The first product under the Snow Days brand is organic, gluten-free frozen pizza

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Hu co-founder launches frozen food brand Snow Days | 2021-03-02

Will Kreznick

AUSTIN, TEXAS — Frozen foods are a “pandemic powerhouse,” growing 21% last year to $65.1 billion in retail sales, according to a report from the American Frozen Food Institute. However, the product developers at HumanCo believe much of the market remains ripe for reinvention. The first product offering from the company’s new Snow Days brand is an organic, grain-free pizza bite, a direct hit to General Mills’ piping-hot Totino’s business.

“With Snow Days, we saw a great opportunity to disrupt a large and growing segment within frozen foods that in the competitive landscape we did not see a ton of

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COMING IN HANDY: Frozen foods, or meals delivered with fresh ingredients, are all the rage | News

Will Kreznick

With the U.S. economy’s downturn due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and people looking for safer dining alternatives, many have been experimenting with meal kit delivery services.

March is National Frozen Food Month, an opportunity to consider ways of preparing food other than the conventional methods.

In Tahlequah, Virginia’s Chicken Store offers an assortment of frozen goods for lower prices than most places, and owner Dennis Mounce said the products taste better, too. After he and his wife, Virginia, worked for his parents’ frozen food store in Roland about 20 years ago, the couple opened a location in Muskogee and Broken

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Your Recipe for March: Think Frozen

Will Kreznick

March is National Frozen Food Month: 3 Tips for Adding Ease and Health to Your Meal Plan

Arlington, VA, March 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The frozen food category is experiencing all-time consumer interest over the past year, with momentum expected to continue. This March, National Frozen Food Month, the American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) anticipates home cooks will continue to reach for their favorite frozen foods.

As consumers adjusted to the impact of COVID-19 over the past year, record numbers have turned to the frozen food aisle for inspiration and solutions while preparing meals more often at

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