ton McLEAN, Va. -- Steven Anderson, president of the American Frozen Food Institute here, urged President Clinton to oppose "anticompetitive, protectionist, nontariff" country-of-origin marking measures in his State of the Union address next month.
Anderson's comments were part of a three-hour roundtable discussion broadcast live on C-Span, titled "Advice to the President on the State of the Union."
Heat Up Frozens
DEDHAM, Mass. -- Boston Brownies here has introduced a frozen brownie into the supermarket channel. The brownie comes in three varieties: Frosted Fudge, in a 17-ounce box, and Turtle and Boston's Best, in 13-ounce boxes. Retails range from $3.79 to $3.99.
Up until now, the brownies were only sold fresh in freestanding stores and in restaurants and hotels.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Peter Fulton, vice-president of the frozen/perishable division of Acosta Sales, has been elected president of the Frozen Food Council of North Carolina here. He succeeds Bill McKenney, who remains as treasurer.