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Frozen Food Shipping Boxes

When it comes to food safety, temperature is everything. Whether frozen or refrigerated, many foods must be kept at the proper temperatures to ensure they are safe for consumption. This is where proper cold chain packaging comes in, providing temperature stability from processing to arrival. Cold chain packaging helps to extend product shelf life, reduce loss of quality and nutrients, and maintain product integrity during the distribution process. Perhaps most importantly, it decreases the risk of microbial contamination. As a result, proper packaging helps products remain safe for human consumption for much longer. And because it can be transferred with a continuous operation – such as with a delivery truck – and transferred to refrigerators or freezers without compromising quality, it is ideal for food companies looking to streamline their operations. Food packaging suppliers offer a variety of cold chain packaging options – from frozen food shipping boxes to insulated boxes for shipping food – that can help food companies keep their products safe and sound.

Keeping food fresh during transport is essential to maintaining quality and preventing spoilage. That’s why temperature controlled food packaging is so essential. By chilling or freezing meats, fruits, vegetables, and fish, you can help them retain their quality and prevent the growth of harmful bacteria. But what are the right temperatures for different types of food? Here’s a guide:

– Fruits and vegetables should be kept at a temperature of 0-4 degrees Celsius.

– Fish should be kept at a temperature of -2 to 2 degrees Celsius.

– Meats should be kept at a temperature of -18 to -15 degrees Celsius.

Canadian food packaging suppliers like RipplePak can provide you with the packaging you need to keep your food fresh, no matter what the temperature. Contact us today to learn in detail about our temperature controlled food packaging solutions.

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