IQF Frozen Mixed Vegetables

IQF Frozen Mixed Vegetables

Storage Type:
Shelf Life:
NO, Could mix per your own ingredients
Instruction for use:
Mixed vegetable
Processing Type:
Freezing Process:
Supply Ability
Supply Ability
3000 Ton/Tons per Year
Packaging & delivery
Packaging Details




Lead time:
Quantity(tons) 1 – 23 >23
Lead time (days) 15 To be negotiated

Product Description

BRC Certified Classic IQF Frozen Mixed Vegetables


IQF processing line wholesale bulk organic brands frozen mixed vegetables of types 


Block / sliced/strips


natural and pure


1.  Two way mixed: 

Carrot dice and green peas; 
Potato dice and carrot dice; 
2.  Three way mixed:  

Carrot dice, green peas, sweet corn; 
Potato dice, green pepper dice, carrot dice; 

Broccoli, cauliflower, carrot; 

Broccoli, crinkled carrot slices, cauliflower;
Green pepper dice, red pepper dice and yellow pepper dice; 
Green pepper strips, red pepper strips and yellow pepper strips;   

3.  Four way mixed:   

Carrot dice, green peas, green beans and sweet corn; 

Carrot dice, green peas, green beans and potato; 

Carrot dice, green peas, diced green peppers, potato dices; 

Green peas, baby carrot, baby corn, broccoli; 

Onion strips, garlic sprout, carrot strips, cut beans;

Broccoli, cauliflower, carrot ring, green beans;   

4.  Five way mixed: 

Green peas, carrot dice, potato dice, green pepper dice, onion dice

5. Six ways mixed

Mushroom, black fungus, bamboo shoot, carrot, water chestnut, snow bean



Green Peas, Sweet Corn Kernels, Carrot, Green Bean cut, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Green pepper, Red Pepper, Potato and other Frozen Veggies




Frozen, IQF

Self life



All year supply


Normally it is 1*10kg/ctn, Or as per the clients’ requirements

Successfully Exported countries

USA, Canada, Europe , Israel, and Etcetera.

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Frozen mixed vegetables are a great way to add vibrant colors and texture to your meal. They can be used as a side dish, a salad, or in a casserole. They are inexpensive and easy to find. There are many varieties to choose from, including peas, broccoli, cauliflower, and yam.

Frozen vegetables can be found year-round. Prices are stable and they are often less expensive than their fresh counterparts. The shelf life is also longer, making them a smart choice if you are on a budget. Some varieties of frozen vegetables are even more nutritious than their fresh counterparts.

When choosing frozen vegetables, make sure to check the label for any added sauces or seasonings. These may contain sodium, which isn’t healthy for your diet. To ensure you’re getting a high-quality product, be sure to reseal the bag properly.

If you are planning to use frozen mixed vegetables in a recipe, be sure to cook them until they are tender. You can also microwave them for a few minutes. A quick stir-fry can also be a great way to prepare them.

To add a delicious flavor to your frozen vegetables, try browned butter. This technique works well with both garlic and dry ranch dressing mix. Add a pinch of garlic powder for more flavor. It takes about two minutes to brown the butter, and it is delicious with just about any vegetable.

Another trick is to boil them in chicken broth. Chicken broth adds a depth of flavor. Be sure to rinse the vegetables thoroughly before cooking. This can help prevent freezer burn.

Using premade seasoning mixes can be a good way to enhance the flavor of your frozen mixed vegetables. Some of the mixes add fat, sodium, and calories, so be careful. Choose one that is suitable for your taste.

Another quick and easy way to enjoy your frozen vegetables is to roast them. Roasting them in a 400-degree oven for about half an hour makes them a tasty snack. Make sure to coat the vegetables in olive oil and salt before baking. Keep an eye on the cooking time, as the vegetables should be stirred every ten minutes. Keeping the edges browned will add a nice finish to the dish.

You can find a large variety of frozen vegetables in your local supermarket. Many are available in convenient resealable bags, which help keep food fresher. Reusable bags also reduce waste. However, make sure to check the ingredients list and make sure to read the nutrition information.

Most frozen vegetables contain at least five percent of the daily recommended value for vitamin C. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that protects your cells from free radical damage. It is also important to avoid consuming too much salt, as this can increase blood pressure. In addition, mixed vegetables are an excellent source of manganese, which helps fight off oxidative stress and cardiovascular disease.

If you are planning to cook your frozen mixed vegetables on the stovetop, be sure to use a skillet with high heat. If the vegetables aren’t cooking properly, they can become overcooked and bitter.

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BRC Certified Classic IQF Frozen Mixed Vegetables


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 BRC Certified Classic IQF Frozen Mixed Vegetables

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