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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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The refrigeration and commercial cold storage industry are likely to be impacted by the changes that we are going to see this year in 2019.

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Eutectic Plates are a crucial component of any cold-chain. These sealed panels of a eutectic liquid solution are cooled to the required temperature and packed inside consignments to ensure effective insulation through transport. As with...

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Cold storage for fruit and veg is a particularly tricky subject as there are many factors, such as age and origin, which can affect how fresh produce should be stored. This guide looks at why you should be using cold storage to stock and distribute...

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The art of commercial dry ageing has long been popular among the most upscale restaurants and luxury gourmet markets, with an established reputation as a consumer favourite. To achieve the remarkable flavour and unique tender texture found in...

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At first glance, you might not see much of a difference between a regular domestic fridge and a high-powered commercial cold storage unit.

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Catering fridges are a must have in the catering industry. You can’t operate without a way to keep your food cool and safe for customers. During busy periods like Christmas, they become a key part in keeping your kitchen operating...

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Keeping your workspace organised is generally a given. Some may do it, some may not. But when it comes to your walk-in fridge – you’d better be organised! Not only for efficiency but for health reasons as well. Contaminated food can be...

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Could a lease to buy contract solve your cold storage needs? Discover the benefits of lease to buy for your business.

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Commercial cold storage is such a necessary asset for a number of industries but with each of them holding their own unique needs and budget, finding the correct type of unit is essential.

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