Refrigerating fruits and vegetables is a particularly difficult task because there are many factors, such as the age and production area that can affect how fresh foods are stored. This guide explains the reasons for using frozen for fresh food inventory and distribution, and the most important factors to consider when using frozen for fruits and vegetables.
The benefits of using cold storage
Without refrigeration, most fruits and vegetables are not fresh for more than a few days. As soon as the fresh produce is harvested, it begins to deteriorate and dangerous bacteria begin to grow.
The low temperatures in the refrigerator prevent the growth of these pathogenic fungi, which minimizes the deterioration of fruits and vegetables. Refrigeration and freezing are equally popular choices for many selected vegetables and fruits. That's why our refrigerated units have different temperature ranges for freezing and cooling options.
Another unique advantage of refrigerated units is that they are highly customizable, which is especially important when storing fresh fruits and vegetables. Customization is essential as temperature and humidity levels can vary significantly from one product to another. Fruit and vegetable refrigerated warehouses come in a variety of sizes, including mini chillers ideal for caterers and giant refrigerated stores designed for large retailers.
Whether you want to extend your commercial refrigeration system or plan to enter the fruit and vegetable market, your portable refrigerated storage solution, whether it is in storage or in transit, is your fruit and extend the shelf life of vegetables.