Food couriers: Shipping Frozen Food

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The global consumption of food, especially frozen, continues to grow daily. Various types of animal products are mostly frozen fish. The icing of the fish during shipment ensures that the goods arrive at their destination frozen and frozen.

Frozen foods are usually shipped and shipped in quality insulated containers,

These containers are easily accessible and are not expensive. In grocery stores you can easily get an economical cooler, although the quality may not be good enough. There are containers that are designed to transport frozen food and are able to withstand the pressure without breaking easily. These boxes are filled with dry ice, according to the time required to send frozen food.

The temperature required for the delivery of frozen foods is as important as the products that must be sent. The product is expected to freeze during the entire period during which it will be in transit, even until it reaches its final destination. This is what guarantees the preservation of the quality of the product and the safety of the products against damage. The goods must retain their original value during this period, and this is very important both for the owner of the goods and for the sender thereof. Dry ice is often used to send frozen products, and a combination of gel packs and dry ice will improve the quality of the shipment. 5 to 10 kg of dry ice can be enough to travel for 24 hours, depending on the type and size of the isolated shipping container. Using large containers will obviously require more ice.

It is known that the urethane container works optimally, keeping more than half of the ice in it for more than 24 hours during the delivery of frozen foods. The more dry ice is stored in a container, the longer it will last. Dry ice keeps everything in a container in a frozen state. Do not touch dry ice with bare hands and be sure to keep the product in the refrigerator.

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The container used in food couriers should be thick, otherwise you will need more ice to keep the product frozen. It is better to use thick containers that ensure that even if your product is transported throughout the day, the product will remain intact and the quality will remain the same. However, it is better to transport frozen food during the night, when the temperature is favorable, and there is a greater guarantee that your product will remain frozen. Night transport increases the likelihood that frozen food sent does not lose frost, and will also improve performance due to the ice used to freeze the product.

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