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How to Reduce Costs in Your Catering Business

August 13, 2018

No matter what business you’re in all the cost reduction measures all boil down to this: Minimising waste. Whether it’s timely refrigerated delivery, purchasing only the required supplies or eliminating unnecessary processes, it’s still all about minimising waste. For instance, huge financial losses result from untimely and improper refrigerated deliveries. Even temporary temperature deviations could encourage spoilage due to...

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Is There a Way to Ensure Food Safety During Transportation?

July 10, 2018

Food spoilage during transportation costs businesses millions of dollars each year. This is due to mishandling, delivery delays and improper temperature control. Rising temperatures (even slight deviations in a short time) can accelerate microbial and enzymatic actions that cause food spoilage. Have you heard the saying “One bad apple spoils the whole bunch”? Scientifically it’s true because overripe apples...

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How to Extend Shelf Life of Refrigerated Foods

June 13, 2018

Supermarkets and other retail environments regularly undergo huge financial losses due to food spoilage. In these settings it’s true that time is gold. The longer the food product is in storage or display (no one’s buying it), the higher the chance of spoilage and wastage. What we don’t see, however, is that the transport of refrigerated goods also has...

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Cold Supply Chain Challenges in Refrigerated Deliveries

May 13, 2018

Accounting for cold supply chain challenges are important whether the package is in storage or in transit. After all, tight temperature control might be more important than the presence of movement. That’s because even small deviations in temperature levels might compromise the whole shipment (due to microbial growth and substance breakdown). Many goods delivered in a refrigerated manner undergo...

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How Microbes Cause Food Spoilage?

April 15, 2018

Microbes break down food which results to production of acids and other waste products. Some microbes may even release toxins (e.g. spoilage of meat, poultry and milk) that endanger human lives. Foods undergo both physical and chemical changes when they spoil. They become inedible or the unpleasant smell becomes very noticeable. This results to huge financial losses in the...

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How to Deliver Wine & Ensure Tight Temperature Control

March 12, 2018

Delivering wine requires tight temperature control because any failure would lead to rapid deterioration. After all, wines exposed to very high or very low temperatures may greatly affect their quality (and possibly compromise the whole shipment). For example, freezing temperatures will make the water content of the wine to expand. This may introduce cracks on the bottles and expose...

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How to Transport Fresh Fruits & Minimise Financial Loss

February 11, 2018

How to transport fresh fruits? The most important factors are tight temperature control, appropriate packaging and timely delivery. This is to prevent financial losses due to delays and mishandling. How temperature affects fruits? Apples, apricots, cherries, pears and other fruits may be affected even by slight and temporary changes in temperature. For instance, a rise in temperature during delivery...

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How to Ship Perishable Food for Holidays & Special Occasions

January 14, 2018

How to ship perishable food? This is a huge challenge for both small businesses and multinational corporations. After all, spoilage can result to both financial losses and negative reputation. To ensure successful shipping and transport, all the goods should arrive timely while being strictly maintained within the ideal temperatures. For instance, even a temporary 2℃ increase during transport can...

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Refrigerated Transport of Fruits and Vegetables

December 5, 2017

Reliable refrigerated transport of fruits and vegetables is crucial to optimising shelf life and minimising profit losses. After all, up to 25% of harvested veggies and fruits is spoiled before consumption (or even before customer purchase). This is especially important to supermarkets and other shops that sell fresh fruits and vegetables. Imagine if you reduce the spoilage just by...

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Urgent Frozen Goods Delivery for Small Businesses

November 9, 2017

Need a prompt and urgent frozen goods delivery service to meet your customers’ orders and demands? To ensure success, you need to choose a company committed to reliability and tight temperature control. For example, here at Cooltrans we provide door-to-door delivery services for chilled, refrigerated and frozen goods. We deliver frozen meat, seafood, dairy and other frozen products. Whether...

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