Ayfrost, the group’s brand in frozen food industry, has obtained a significant position in international markets, notably in the EU, thanks to its dedication to provide natural and quality products over more than a decade.


Under the brand of “Ayfrost”, Aydeniz Group has been doing production in the area of frozen foods by using the method of processing vegetables, fruits, sea and fresh water products by freezing them separately at -40°C (IQF). The raw material supply, production, sale and marketing stages of Ayfrost Frozen Foods products are controlled through efficient traceable standards & the conformity is ensured by universal standards. Ayfrost Frozen Foods facilities, which were founded on closed and open areas of 6,000 m2 and 120,000 m2 respectively, has annual production volume of 5,000 tons; and with her plc controlled storage operating between -10°C and +10°C, and at -20°C, it has a stock capacity of 3,000 tons combined. Ayfrost, entering the market as an export-oriented organization in 2000, has become a well-known brand in the region of European Union due to her exports. In addition to exports made to collective consumption points, its products are sold with “Ayfrost” brand and also as private label in international market chains & European markets. The Group’s, which has made up the principle of continuous development since its foundation, frozen food brand Ayfrost, aims at playing an important role in the frozen food sector in domestic market with its healthy products free from additives and by focusing on R&D studies.

Ayfrost Frozen Foods has the certificates of

TS EN ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System,

TS EN ISO 22000:2005 Food Safety Management System,

TS EN ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System,

OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management System,

BRC (British Retail Consortium)

Ayfrost Frozen Foods continues its studies to triple its production and storage capacity in the near future. The feasibility studies have been completed for the additional production facility which is planned to start operation in the beginning of 2011.