Maintains Ideal Temperature
A rise in the temperature can spoil the food, especially
perishables like fresh meat, seafood or ice-cream. And so,
maintaining a constant temperature during the transportation is
essential to guarantee the food quality is intact.
Iceboxes have a low threshold of thermal conductivity as compared
to other packaging material made of wood, or cardboard. Icebox has
excellent insulating properties which make it an ideal choice for
packaging, storing and transporting easily perishable food items
where good insulation is required. The ice cooler boxes are widely
used to keep food products at even or below the surrounding
temperatures and protect it against any sudden temperature changes.
Better Protection Against Damage
The insulation properties of Iceboxes create perfect thermal
conditions, which helps in prevention of bacterial deterioration
and any external contamination. These cooler boxes create an ideal
storage environment that preserves food products like fruits, milk
products or vegetables for a longer duration.
It’s incredible thermal and protective properties offer a reliable
and cost-effective option for temperature-sensitive fresh produces
like meat and seafood. Moreover, by maintaining a stable
temperature and enforcing a protective barrier, ice cooler boxes
help the food producers to meet strict regulatory requirements,
quality and food safety criteria.
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Keep your freezer at zero degrees (0°F) or below to maintain the
quality of frozen foods.
Most foods will maintain good quality longer if the freezer
temperature is -10°F to -20°F. At temperatures between 0°F and
32°F, food deteriorates more rapidly. Fluctuating temperatures,
such as those in self-defrosting freezers, also may damage food
quality. Do not plan to store frozen foods for the maximum
suggested time if your freezing unit cannot maintain zero degree
temperatures. Even foods stored properly will lose color, texture,
flavor and nutritional quality but will not cause food-borne
Freezer temperatures, however, do not destroy pathogenic or
spoilage microorganisms, which will begin growing under warmer
temperature conditions. When frozen foods are thawed at room
temperature, the surface of the food warms enough for
microorganisms to grow and multiply.
If your freezer does not have a built-in thermometer, check the
temperature frequently. One easy way to estimate the freezer's
temperature is to check the consistency of ice cream stored inside
the compartment. If the ice cream is not brick-hard, the
temperature of your freezer is too warm. A warning light or other
device may be installed to warn you if the freezer is not operating
correctly. A plug protector may be used to keep the electrical plug
in the outlet.
Time is an important factor in maintaining high-quality frozen
foods. Frozen foods will not last forever. The chart on the
associated page lists the maximum length of storage times to help
you maintain quality food products. Label frozen food items,
maintain a rotation system and use the items with the oldest dates
first. Allow proper air circulation in the freezer.