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Frozen Food Suppliers

Frozen Food Suppliers

Are you looking to lighten your load and optimise everything on the backend of your business? Do you want to save on production and labour costs (try our efficiency calculator here), while also freeing up time to focus on other aspects of your business? If so, then frozen food may be the solution for you!

At Suprima Bakeries, we understand how difficult it may be for cafes, restaurants, and other food retail owners like you to make every single item from your menu from scratch. Despite being incredibly fulfilling, running a food establishment comes with a whole host of challenges such as exorbitant labour costs and inconsistent food quality.

To unload you of your concerns and help brighten up the future of your business, consider working with frozen food wholesalers like Suprima Bakeries!

Make a Trade Enquiry Today

Suprima Bakeries is located at 1 Magnum Place, Minto NSW 2566 (find us on Google Maps).

Please phone 02 8796 9300 or email us here.

Frozen Food Innovation

As one of Australia’s top frozen food distributors, our team at Suprima are always looking to innovate and further improve our products. Throughout the years spent perfecting our craft, we have used up-to-date frozen food technology to guarantee our frozen dough products a long shelf life with no compromise to quality and our signature taste.

What are the benefits of frozen food? In addition to convenience, our selection of frozen dough is designed to give you creative freedom and the ability to customise the dough to your preference.

With our flexible frozen dough, you can create:

  • fruit-studded buns and scrolls,
  • memorable garlic bread appetizers,
  • savoury or sweet dessert wraps
  • and many more!

Our frozen dough will form the perfect base for all your creative needs and help you innovate the next hot-selling item on your menu!

For example, you can customize and add your preferred fruits, spices and toppings onto thedough after shaping. Our wide range of frozen flatbread also ensures bakers can make a variety of dishes with our dough such as pizzas, savoury or sweet dessert wraps.

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Frozen Food Storage

If you are unfamiliar with frozen food, you may be worried about the storage options your business may need. Don’t worry, as one of Australia’s top frozen food suppliers, Suprima Bakeries has got you covered! Check out our guide here for more information on cold storage freezer solutions!

How do you store frozen food?

Frozen food refrigeration is quite simple. Unlike fresh foods, frozen foods such as dough, fruits and cheese are relatively easy to store. All you need is a commercial freezer at an average temperature of –18°C.

How long does frozen food last?

Depending on the type of frozen food, most frozen products can last between one month to four. To prolong the shelf life of your frozen foods, make sure that you keep your food sealed in air-tight packaging and keep them stored at their respective optimal temperatures.

Top Frozen Food Products

When it comes to frozen foods, there are a few common types of products which many food retailers use to optimise their production rates. Whether you are a small local bakery or a  five-star restaurant, it never hurts to make things more convenient and employ the use of frozen food products!

Frozen Fruits

Frozen fruits are another frozen food product used frequently by food establishments – especially by cafes, bakeries and other dessert shops. Ordering boxes of fresh fruit every day may grow expensive fast, especially if you are adding them to a large number of your products.

To help you save on costs, consider using frozen fruits as an alternative to fresh ones. Not only can you store them easily in your commercial fridge, frozen fruits also have a relatively long shelf life. With the natural added sweetness that they bring to the palette, frozen fruits are sure to add the extra cest to your desserts and baked goods that you’ve been looking for!

Take our Finger Lime Custard Scroll for example!

Frozen Cheese

Although not as common as fruits or dough, frozen cheese may also be a worthwhile option to consider over fresh cheese. Frozen cheese is safe and delicious to use when cooked or baked with other ingredients, and will save you the time and costs of having to purchase fresh blocks of cheese everytime you need the dairy product.

Contrary to popular belief, frozen cheese tastes just as good as fresh cheese in baked goods – with our margherita scrolls being a prime example of the wonders of frozen products!

View Our Product Range

At Suprima Bakeries, we provide bakeries, cafes and restaurants with a wide range of wholesale frozen dough options including:

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Experience the benefits of frozen foods by having your dough supplied from Suprima Bakeries! Guaranteed to lower your labour and production costs, as well as save you the time of purchasing and preparing your ingredients, our wide selection of frozen dough is the quick solution to your bakery’s problems.

At Suprima Bakeries, we are committed to providing you with delicious and consistent tasting frozen dough. Our experienced team of bakers are more than happy to assist you with choosing the best dough for your business, and answer any questions you may have about our frozen dough!

Dough on Demand – Your Ultimate Solution

Receive your frozen dough on demand with our quick and reliable delivery services, along with all the assistance you may need from our Suprima Bakeries service team!

Our Dough on Demand services make sure that your frozen dough arrives at your cafe, bakery or restaurant safely and on time. We improve the backend experience of running a bakery or cafe by helping you save on labour costs and time.

Sign up and download our Ordermentum app for a quick and easy ordering experience, and have your frozen dough delivered straight to your door!

Make a Trade Enquiry Today

Please phone 02 8796 9300 or email us below.

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