Cold storage of fruits and vegetables is a particularly difficult task as there are many factors such as age and production areas that can affect how fresh food is stored. This guide explains why you are using refrigeration for inventory and distribution of fresh foods and the most important factors to consider when using frozen fruits and vegetables.
The benefits of using cold storage
Without refrigeration storage, most fruits and vegetables will not stay fresh for more than a few days. Once we harvest fresh produce, it begins to deteriorate and dangerous bacteria begin to grow.
Low temperatures within cold stores prevent the growth of these pathogenic fungi, thereby ensuring minimization of fruit and vegetable wear. Refrigeration and freezing are equally popular options for many selected vegetables and fruits. This is why our refrigeration units have a variable temperature range for cooling and cooling choices.
Another smart advantage of refrigeration storage units is that they are highly customizable, which is particularly important when storing fresh fruits and vegetables. Temperature and humidity levels can vary considerably from product to product, making adjustment necessary. Fridge and fruit storehouses are also available in various sizes, including mini refrigerators that fit perfectly with catering companies and large refrigerators for large retailers.
Whether you want to expand your commercial refrigeration system or plan to enter the fruit and vegetable market, a portable cold storage solution will increase the shelf life of your fruit and vegetables either stored or transported.