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any packaged dish or food that can be prepared quickly and easily as by thawing or heating

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The purchase of this facility, added to our purchase earlier this year of the Day Dawn food business in Australia, the addition of a convenience foods facility in Wrexham, Great Britain, and the opening of our subsidiary plant in Linares, Mexico, is strengthening our ability to accelerate the global expansion of our convenience foods business," said Carlos M.
Favorable consumer trends position Convenience Foods for further growth in 2006 and beyond
During the 2005-2010 period, increased competition from fresh prepared food whose marketers pushed forward with a wide variety of new menu items and merchandising strategies that dimmed frozen convenience foods appeal was a primary reason why sales growth was driven down.
He will report to UK convenience foods CEO Di Walker.
The convenience foods division comprises around three-quarters of group sales and supplies retailers such as Tesco and Asda as well as garages and airlines.
Greencore, one of Europe's leading convenience food and malt producers, has announced the acquisition of two UK based businesses, which will strengthen its position in both the foodservice and convenience store sectors.
Beginning with an introductory section of "Scratch Basics", Homemade In No Time: 400 Great-tasting Recipes From Convenience Foods from Better Homes and Gardens is the perfect cookbook for the time-stressed kitchen chef that have has their common factors an ease of application, a brevity of preparation time, and a palate pleasing, appetite satisfying, nutritionally nurturing culinary outcome.
Sales of convenience foods should continue to grow at an annual pace of over 5 percent through 2004 and 2005, with microwaveable meals showing strongest growth.
I feel the problem is convenience foods, because the younger generation today do not know how to cook.
The heart of the innovative ``Almost From Scratch: 600 Recipes for the New Convenience Cuisine,'' by Andrew Schloss (Simon & Schuster; $25), is based on convenience foods.
Glanbia Consumer Meats supplies the UK retail and food service sectors with a range of sliced cooked meats, sandwich meats and other convenience foods.
Retailers should prepare for retirees who are more positive about convenience foods than today's seniors.
It is aimed at monolayer and multi-layer flexible packaging for meat and dairy products, snacks, prepared convenience foods, and frozen foods.
But with so many convenience foods around, the skill of cooking is no longer essential.