Description

1.Canned Foods: Description: Canned foods are products that have been processed, sealed in airtight containers (usually metal cans), and heated to destroy microorganisms and extend shelf life. They include fruits, vegetables, soups, meats, and seafood.

      • Subtypes: Canned Vegetables: Examples include canned corn, green beans, peas, and tomatoes.
        • Canned Fruits: Examples include canned peaches, pineapple, applesauce, and fruit cocktail.
        • Canned Soups: Examples include canned chicken noodle soup, tomato soup, and vegetable soup.
      • Grades: Canned foods are graded based on factors such as quality, flavor, texture, and absence of defects. Grades may include Premium, Standard, and Economy.
      • Moisture Content: Varies depending on the specific product and processing method.
      • Counts: Sold by weight or quantity per can or package.
  1. Frozen Foods: Description: Frozen foods are products that have been processed and frozen to preserve freshness and extend shelf life. They include fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, prepared meals, and desserts.

      • Subtypes: Frozen Vegetables: Examples include frozen peas, carrots, broccoli, and spinach.
        • Frozen Fruits: Examples include frozen berries, mango chunks, and sliced peaches.
        • Frozen Meals: Examples include frozen pizza, lasagna, burritos, and chicken nuggets.
      • Grades: Frozen foods are graded based on factors such as quality, flavor, texture, and absence of defects. Grades may include Premium, Standard, and Economy.
      • Moisture Content: Varies depending on the specific product and processing method.
      • Counts: Sold by weight or quantity per package or bag.