Quick freezing technology ensures formation of many crystallization centres, which means ice crystals will be smaller and evenly distributed both in cells and in intercellular space, thus allowing water to freeze there where it is naturally present in a product. Blanching prior to freezing inactivates enzymes, preventing changes of colour, taste and smell of frozen products. In comparison to other conservation techniques, freezing provides for the best preservation of nutritious value of products and unstable components such as vitamins:

  • Peas are a great source of vitamin C (50% of recommended daily intake), vitamin E is present in smaller quantities, but it remains stable when cooked, and peas are an excellent source of riboflavin (vitamin B2)
  • Beans are recommended for low calorie diets, they are rich in vitamins A, B, C and E, as well as fibers, iron, potassium and calcium and are a great source of amino acids and proteins
  • Sweetcorn is rich in vitamins from B group (B1, B3 and B9), as well as vitamin C, and as regards minerals, it contains a lot of magnesium, iron and potassium. Sweetcorn does not contain gluten, which makes it suitable for all those intolerant or allergic to it. 



The annual production capacity of “Friglo” is over 15.000 t of deep-frozen products and it includes the following:

  • 4.800 t of deep-frozen peas
  • 3.600 t of deep-frozen beans - green and/or yellow
  • 3.800 t of deep-frozen sweetcorn
  • About 2.000 t of deep-frozen vegetable mixes - cauliflower, broccoli, carrot, pepper, tomato, etc, out of which we offer to the market the following five mixes::
    • Broth (peas, cauliflower, potato, carrot, parsnip)
    • Russian salad (peas, potato, carrot)
    • Stew (peas, green beans, carrot, cut red pepper, cut tomatoes)
    • Golden mix ​(peas, carrot, sweetcorn)
    • Royal mix (carrot, cauliflower, broccoli)


We offer monocomponent products and vegetable mixes with the participation of certain components depending on the needs and requirements of end users in the following formats:

  • Large bulk packaging in jumbo bags (1.000 kg)
  • Large packaging in natron bags with PE lining (20 kg)
  • Large packaging in cardboard boxes with PE bags (10 kg)
  • Small packaging from 250 g zo 2.500 g