Retailers are chiseling out space in their freezers for categories that are traditionally shelf-stable. Recently, they've been making room for frozen baby and pet foods, which appeal to consumers' desire for fresher, more nutritious foods with a longer shelf life, retailers told SN. “Shelf life is such an important factor,” said Maria Brous, spokeswoman for Publix Super Markets, Lakeland, Fla. “More products are moving into frozens from the fresh and short-shelf-time areas of the store, ...
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