With Spring upon us and Summer months approaching, retain the freshness of your produce with fast and effective CRS Cold Storage.
During the Summer months, heat and glaring sunshine can impact the freshness of fruits, vegetables and other produce resulting in them spoiling and becoming unfit for selling. It’s important to correctly store your products in effective cold storage before selling to keep produce fresh and to a high standard.
Even in air-conditioned store and supermarket environments, heatwaves can affect the lifespan of produce leaving them aged, fully ripened and with a less long shelf-life than usual.
The low temperatures within cold storage units reduce the deterioration of fruit and veg and ensure that wasted produce due to high temperatures is kept to a minimum. Refrigeration and blast freezing methods are also often conducted for storing different produce depending on their requirements.
Every produce has different nutrients, harvests and crop origins which is why you often find the best produce in certain times of the year, such as Strawberries in between May to October. When handling produce it is important to store them in cold storage at their optimum temperatures to keep their freshness.
Find the common fruit & vegetable optimum temperatures here.
CRS Cold Storage
The CRS Cold Storage range is versatile coming in a range of sizes and features to best meet the direct needs of clients. The range reaches temperatures of -40°C to +10°C to ensure the climate control of stored produce.
Available in a range of specifications, the cold storage can be stationed outside to extend your storage capabilities and not encroach on space. Coming in 10ft, 20ft, 40ft and Mega Stores, CRS has an effective and professional team to construct the cold storage ensuring it is functional and suitable for the task.
Available in long-term hire, the CRS Cold Storage options are an effective and affordable compared to short-term hire contracts which end up more expensive with less storage in the long run.
Get in touch with CRS today to discuss how cold storage can greatly improve the efficiency of your storage capabilities whilst retaining the freshness of your produce.