Apple Potato Cold Storage

Few solutions are available to preserve fruits and vegetables. In fact, factors such as crop maturity, harvest season, and country of origin all play an important role in calculating optimal temperature requirements.
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What types of fruits and vegetables are suitable for cold storage?

Most cold stores are incredibly diverse. This means that there are a variety of options for storing and distributing fruits and vegetables.


Optimal Storage Temperature of Common Fruits and Vegetables

Few solutions are available to preserve fruits and vegetables. In fact, factors such as crop maturity, harvest season, and country of origin all play an important role in calculating optimal temperature requirements.

A common rule is that fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables such as kale and cabbage are kept at about 0-2 ° C. Warm seasonal fruits and vegetables such as cucumbers and tomatoes remain better between 7-10 ° C. However, there are exceptions to the rule because some fruits and vegetables are subject to low temperatures.


This chart is a guide to storing some of the most common types of fruits and vegetables.

Name

Optimum Temp

°C

Optimum humidity
%

Storing life

Grapes

0

85

Up to 8 weeks

Berries (incl. Strawberries)

0

90-95

Blackberries and raspberries up to 3 days, strawberries and cherries up to 7 days

Nectarines, plums and peaches

0

90-95

Up to 5 weeks

Apples

1-4

90-95

Up to 12 months

Lettuce

0

98–100

Up to 3 weeks

Broccoli and cauliflower

0

95-100

Up to 4 weeks

mature and immature carrots,

0

98-100

Mature, up to 9 months and immature up to 6 weeks

Pears

-1

90–95

Up to 7 months

Bananas

13-16

80-95

Up to 3 weeks

white and red Onion

0

65–70

Up to 8 months

All refrigerator compartments offer a temperature range of -40 ° C to + 10 ° C, making them ideal for preserving fruits and vegetables.


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