Frozen Food Distributors Singapore

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In 2002, Brazil Frooty entered the foreign market by exporting acai in the bowl to the United States and in 2004 to Australia. The product had an instant acceptance and boosted the company's growth in this segment.

Currently you can find our açaí in Australia and the Czech Republic as Amazon Power.

How Acai Frooty are present in Uruguay, Russia, Singapore, United States, Israel, Dubai, Holland and Switzerland.

The Frooty are looking for companies with a structure for frozen food in other countries.

Introduction to new countries need that Companies interested already inserted in the local market.


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2009-02-09 06:11:55 by Squirine_Berg

I have a good business story to tell -

For the better part of 10 years I was an electrical maintenance tech in America's largest privately held food manufacturing companies - Schwans Sales Enterprises. Schwans manufactures and home delivers high end frozen foods and Ice Cream.
With no formal education ever - Marvin Schwans started with a single truck making and selling his homemade ice cream in 1932. For 60 years Schwans grew to become a leading innovator and developer of mass produced frozen food - acquiring many brand names along the way - like Tony's Pizza, Red Barron Pizza,and Fresahetta Pizza - Mihn Chinese foods, etc

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15), Save-A-Lot (No. 20), Kroger (parent company of Ralphs and Food 4 Less — No. 36), Whole Foods (No. 44), Safeway (Vons' parent — No. 51) and Albertsons (No. 56) ranked among the top 60 companies in a Temkin Group survey released last week.


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