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23rd May 2019

Without fresh, tasty food, it’s safe to say the restaurant industry would not exist.

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26th April 2019

Is it time to improve your cold storage efficiency? Learn how a remote temperature monitoring system from CRS could benefit your business.

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20th April 2019

The commercial catering industry is highly competitive and businesses are almost always held to a high standard

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16th April 2019

Tempering Units offer fast, effective defrosting of frozen goods Tempering Units are used to bring frozen products back to temperature. Also known a Defrost or Quick Thaw Units these cold storage solutions offer an effective means of defrosting...

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4th April 2019

Our continually developing partnership with Klinge Corporation brings us to a new CRS-exclusive product, expertly designed to optimise your existing refrigeration solution. CRS is proud to offer the Quick Thaw Unit (QTU) (Model QTU-42) as part of...

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28th March 2019

A Walk in Cold Room can be a benefit for many industries. Whether you work in the catering, dairy, meat and fish or retail industry; investing in cold storage can assist in increasing efficiency within your business.

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19th March 2019

The temperature range of a blast freezer varies depending on the manufacturer, but one thing is a fact; it is much colder than your average domestic freezer. At CRS, our range of blast freezers and chillers are designed with temperature ranges of...

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7th March 2019

Eutectic Plates are used in a variety of industries for keeping goods and produce cold during transportation. With many goods its essential that a minimum temperature is maintained through the cold chain. From leaving frozen cold storage at a...

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4th February 2019

What is a blast freezer? Very simply, a blast freezer, or a shock freezer, is just a very cold freezer. These freezers rapidly bring down the temperature of temperature sensitive produce such as foodstuffs or fresh produce, bringing them down to...

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1st February 2019

The Guardian has reported on the continued rise in organic food and drink sales, now reaching a record of £2.2 billion per year. These sales have bounced back since the significant drop following the recession.  Supermarket shoppers...

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