IQF Green Beans

With their excellent nutritional profile and delicious flavour, IQF green beans make an ideal addition to a wide range of healthy ready meals and snacks.

Here at Kiril Mischeff, we are a leading supplier of green beans to food manufacturers across Europe – with a range of products in our portfolio including whole green beans, fine green beans and broad beans.

All our IQF green beans are sourced in the UK and Belgium, and provide full traceability all the way from field to fork. They are typically supplied in 10kg cartons.

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What are IQF green beans?

IQF stands for individually quick frozen. The beans are picked, washed and cut, then frozen at ultra-low temperature to prevent the formation of ice crystals. This keeps the product free-flowing with individual pieces – ideal when you need identifiable vegetable pieces in your final product.

The IQF process also ensures that the beans retain all their natural colours, flavours and textures – as well as those all-important vitamins and minerals.

To discuss an order for IQF green beans, just give us a call on +44 (0) 1909 534 000 today. You may also want to view our further range of IQF vegetables, including IQF peas and IQF carrot.


What are IQF green beans?

IQF stands for Individually Quick Frozen and describes a process where green beans are quickly frozen to preserve their natural flavour, colour and nutrients. The main benefit of using IQF green beans is that they retain these characteristics much better than traditional frozen vegetables meaning more nutrients in each bean. Also, IQF green beans are easier to cook with because the individual pieces do not stick together. The top quality IQF green beans from Kiril Mischeff are sourced from farmers in the UK and Belgium and come in 10kg pack.

How should IQF green beans be stored?

You should keep IQF green beans in a freezer to maintain optimal freshness. The shelf life of IQF green beans varies depending on the brand and type but they can last up to 12 months in the freezer if stored properly. However, it is best to check the product label for specific information. Do not let them thaw before cooking and avoid storing them for too long. The best way to cook IQF green beans is to steam or sauté them quickly in a hot pan. The optimal cooking time for IQF green beans is up to five minutes, this will help to retain their flavour and nutritional value.

Are IQF green beans healthy?

IQF green beans from Kiril Mischeff are a great source of fibre and other essential vitamins and minerals like potassium, magnesium, iron, calcium and vitamin C. Also, IQF green beans are completely gluten free, making them a great option for those who need to follow a gluten-free diet. And they contain no added preservatives or other additives. IQF green beans have a mild and sweet flavour, similar to fresh green beans and can be used in a variety of recipes, from soups and salads to stir-fries and casseroles.

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