Nigeria is a nation on the continent of Africa’s west coast. Nigeria’s geography is diverse, and its climates range from dry to humid tropical.
Food that has been frozen and subsequently stored at the appropriate temperature for the food or food ingredient is referred to as frozen food. The freezing period must be as little as possible to ensure that the food complies with the regulations.
However, due to a lack of agricultural products and arable land, frozen food products are becoming more and more popular, particularly in the Middle East. The Middle East has the highest concentration of frozen meat and potato goods, with Africa having the highest concentration of frozen fish and seafood.
Furthermore, compared to Middle Eastern nations, the tendency toward frozen food in Africa has been seen as being relatively moderate. This has been caused by a number of small, developing African nations like Nigeria, Ethiopia, and Kenya, among others.
The Nigeria frozen food market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
In Nigeria, the COVID-19 outbreak had a huge influence on every industry, but the frozen food market benefited the most. The frozen food sector has shown consistent growth since COVID-19 got underway. People have tended to choose goods with longer shelf life, which is the main cause of this development.
The market is primarily driven by increasing disposable money, the development of goods with longer shelf lives, an increase in impulsive buying, and the enormous demand for frozen food products because of a lack of time.
The market changed from offering unprocessed foods such as frozen meat, fish, vegetables, and fruits to prepared cuisine, frozen vegetable mixtures (with meat, rice, and pasta), frozen desserts, and bakery goods.
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