The global frozen fruits and vegetable market reached a value of US$ 24.6 Billion in 2020. Frozen fruits and vegetables are rapidly gaining traction among consumers as they offer a wide range of advantages over fresh produce. The technique employed in freezing fruits and vegetable assists in retaining the color, flavor, and nutritive value of these products. It slows down the decomposition by turning the residual moisture into ice, which prevents the growth of bacteria. Frozen fruits and vegetables are also immune to spoilage that occurs on account of vigorous transportation and exposure to light, heat, and dust. They offer numerous benefits which include low cost, easy preparation, and availability during the off-season. Due to long working hours, rising health consciousness, and the increasing prevalence of lifestyle diseases, consumers are shifting to frozen fruits and vegetables as they do not need to be washed, peeled, or chopped. Additionally, they help in minimizing the overall cooking time without affecting the nutritional intake.