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deteriorating. Another major outcome of the research was the development of models that could be used to predict the stability and quality of a wide variety of frozen foods over time.

The freezing procedures, analytical techniques, and food handling and storage recommendations that came out of the research were instrumental in the enormous post-war success of the frozen-foods industry, with sales rising from $500 million to $68 billion between 1950-1999. The industry now has a work force of more than two million people.


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Contact: Judah Ginsberg
j_ginsberg@acs.org
202-872-6274
American Chemical Society
2-Dec-2002


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