Which types of fruits and vegetables are suitable for refrigeration?
Most refrigerated stores are so versatile that there are many options for storing and distributing fruits and vegetables.
Optimum storing temperatures for common fruits and vegetables
There is rarely a single solution for saving fruits and vegetables. Certainly, factors such as crop maturity, harvest time, and production areas all play an important role in calculating the optimal temperature requirements.
Fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables such as kale and cabbage are generally kept at about 0-2 ° C. More preferably, warmer season fruits and vegetables such as cucumber and tomato are kept at 7 to 10 ° C. However, there are exceptions to this rule, as some fruits and vegetables are susceptible to low temperatures.
This chart is a guide to save some of the most common types of fruits and vegetables.
Berries (incl. Strawberries)
Blackberries and raspberries up to 3 days, strawberries and cherries up to 7 days
Nectarines, plums and peaches
Up to 5 weeks
Broccoli and cauliflower
Up to 4 weeks
mature and immature carrots,
Mature, up to 9 months and immature up to 6 weeks
white and red Onion
Up to 8 months
Up to 12 months
Up to 3 weeks
Up to 7 months
Up to 3 weeks
Up to 8 weeks
All refrigeration units provide a temperature range of -40 ° C to + 10 ° C and are ideal for fruit and vegetable storage.
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