Global Frozen Fruits Market Size, Share, Trends & Growth Forecast Report – Segmented By Product Type (Citrus Fruits, Red Fruits & Berries and Tropical Fruits), Technique (Freeze Drying and IQF), Application (Confectionery & Bakery, Jams & Preserves, Fruit-based Beverages, Dairy, and Others) and Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa) - Industry Analysis (2024 to 2029)

Updated On: June, 2024
ID: 1001
Pages: 170

Global Frozen Fruits Market Size (2024 to 2029)

The size of the global frozen fruits market size was assessed to be USD 28.54 billion in 2023. The global market is further expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.3% from 2024 to 2029 and be valued at USD 38.91 billion by 2029 from USD 30.05 billion in 2024. Frozen fruits have been kicked out of the food category immediately as the demand for convenience is increasing worldwide.

Health trends boost frozen fruits market share is further expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.3 percent

Frozen fruit is a convenient and healthy food. Frozen fruits easily retain the flavor, nutritional value, and texture of food. They are popular with consumers and are readily available on the market at low prices. Frozen fruit refers to fruits that have been chilled and kept below freezing for storage and transportation until ready to eat. Additionally, they can be commercially packaged or frozen at home. In addition to this, various frozen fruits are sold in supermarkets and hypermarkets. Various types of frozen fruits include ready-to-eat foods, fruit juices, smoothies, salads, and other fruits, which are the most famous products in the world. Freezing is among the most common methods employed to preserve food. Through this process, you can preserve the texture, taste, and nutritional value of food. The freezing process reduces the chemical reaction, slows down cellular metabolic reactions and has the advantage of low temperatures that microorganisms cannot develop. The freezing process is used for the long-term preservation of various foods and vegetables, which provides a long shelf life. This includes reducing the product temperature to below -18°C. The physical state of the food changes because the fruit cools to freezing temperature to remove energy. Extreme cold temperatures decrease chemical changes that delay microbial growth and affect product quality.


Frozen fruits are gaining popularity with consumers because they offer many advantages over fresh produce. 

Frozen fruits revitalized the industry as awareness of the nutritional value of frozen fruits and vegetables increases and clean eating habits increase. In addition, a systematic supply of frozen fruit nets has been developed as technological developments have increased along with improvements in the refrigeration chain in emerging countries. Other factors that have a positive impact on the global frozen fruit market include urbanization, rapidly changing consumer lifestyles, increased disposable income, and active marketing by manufacturers. Demand has increased due to consumer consumption patterns and increasingly busy lifestyle changes. Industrial growth was also supported by the rising call for new flavors and ingredients in products. Countries that lack fresh fruit prefer frozen fruit because the frozen process preserves food and does not use unwanted additives in frozen food bags such as strawberries and spinach. Also, the increased demand for frozen fruits in different parts of the world due to the large population and busy lifestyles worldwide is another factor driving growth in the global market during the outlook period.

The rising preference for frozen fruits from consumers due to the benefits associated is further boosting the global market growth.

Consumers have been increasingly wanting frozen fruits due to various benefits, such as shorter cooking time, convenience, no need to peel, wash and cut, etc. In addition, as the popularity of a variety of foods that are easy to cook around the world increases, the demand for frozen fruits is expected to increase, accelerating world market growth during the forecast period. In addition to this, the development of cold chain logistics is expected to be a dynamic factor in the growth of the global frozen fruit market. Besides, with the increase in the number of working populations, women are expected to precisely increase their consumption of frozen fruits, offsetting the growth of the global frozen fruit market during the forecast period. Also, the number of technologies used for frozen fruit increases with aggressive marketing by manufacturers worldwide, and the increased prevalence of frozen fruit on e-commerce portals is another factor driving the growth of the world market in the next few years. Nonetheless, increased demand in countries where fresh fruit is scarce is one of the main factors that can create profitable opportunities in the near future.


The easy availability of frozen fruit alternatives on the market is an important deterrent to the growth of the global market. The problem with high-moisture fruits, which can become food or pulp when thawed, is one of the main factors limiting the growth of the frozen fruit market during the forecast period.




Market Size Available

2023 to 2029

Base Year


Forecast Period

2024 to 2029



Segments Covered

By Type, Technique, Application, and Region

Various Analyses Covered

Global, Regional, & Country Level Analysis; Segment-Level Analysis, DROC, PESTLE Analysis, Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, Competitive Landscape, Analyst Overview of Investment Opportunities

Regions Covered

North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, Middle East & Africa

Market Leaders Profiled

Pinnacle Foods Inc., Welch Foods, Ardo NV, SunOpta Inc., Kendall Frozen Fruits Inc., Uran Food Group Limited, Kerry Group Plc, Nestlé, ConAgra Foods Inc. and General Mills.



Europe and North America are expected to have a large share of the global frozen fruit and vegetable market through the end of the forecast period. The demand for frozen fruits and vegetables in Europe is expected to increase due to the increased demand for healthy food. France, Germany, Belgium and the United Kingdom are important importers in terms of industrial value. North America is expected to represent a significant share of the global frozen fruits market during the forecast period. Factors such as the availability of various frozen fruit products are expected to accelerate the growth of the frozen fruit market during the forecast period.

The Asia Pacific frozen fruit market is expected to prosper at a significant rate during the forecast period. Factors such as increased online purchases of staple foods are expected to drive the growth of the frozen fruit market during the outlook period. The European frozen fruit market is expected to show significant growth during the foreseen period. In addition, growth in the frozen fruit market is expected to increase in Europe with the transition of customer purchasing patterns and the introduction of highly nutritious products during the estimated time. Markets in the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America are expected to post moderate growth as awareness of various frozen fruits and vegetables increases among people in the region.


Companies that play a dominating role in the global frozen fruits market and are profiled in this report include Pinnacle Foods Inc., Welch Foods, Ardo NV, SunOpta Inc., Kendall Frozen Fruits Inc., Uran Food Group Limited, Kerry Group Plc, Nestlé, ConAgra Foods Inc. and General Mills.


  • In November 2018, Nestlé introduced its new product, Wild Space, which is a range of healthy frozen foods in reusable and recyclable packaging.
  • Nestlé adds new coconut and banana flavors to the range of frozen fruit bars. Coconuts and bananas are a good combination, and a creamy banana and coconut water can be combined for a smooth and realistic frozen treat.
  • Conagra acquires Pinnacle Foods Inc. This acquisition helped Pinnacle Foods expand the categories of frozen fools, snacks, and snacks.


This research report on the global frozen fruits market has been segmented and sub-segmented based on type, application and region.

By Product Type

  • Citrus Fruits 
  • Red Fruits & Berries
  • Tropical Fruits       

By Technique

  • Freeze-Drying       
  • IQF     

By Application

  • Confectionery & Bakery    
  • Jams & Preserves    
  • Fruit-based Beverages      
  • Dairy Products    

By Region

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Latin America
  • Middle East and Africa

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What types of fruits are commonly available in the frozen fruits market?

 Frozen fruits offer advantages such as longer shelf life, year-round availability regardless of season, convenience (pre-cut and ready to use), retention of nutrients due to quick freezing after harvest, and suitability for smoothies, desserts, and cooking.

2. What are the advantages of using frozen fruits compared to fresh fruits?

Frozen fruits can be used in a variety of recipes, including smoothies, fruit salads, desserts (like pies, cobblers, and sorbets), baked goods (such as muffins and pancakes), sauces, jams, and toppings for yogurt or cereal.


3. How are frozen fruits typically used in recipes?

Increase in demand for processed and packaged food and increased demand for non-regional fruits are major drivers of the Frozen Fruits Market.

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