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Preventing Foodborne Illnesses With Better Climate-Controlled Storage in the Upper Midwest

October 1st, 2018 · No Comments

In the past few months, reported increases in incidents of foodborne illnesses have forced the food industry and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to examine safety practices. Investigations have revealed a large number of issues that contributed to foodborne illnesses outbreaks, from growing practices to transportation and storage. The CDC estimates that 1 in 6 Americans fall ill with food-borne pathogens each year, and approximately 3,000 US citizens die of these illnesses in that same year. Awareness of these issues is the most important and first step to bettering food safety practices. At Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company, re committed to improving our standards for high-quality climate-controlled storage in the Upper Midwest every day.

 

MFWC has worked in cold storage for over 100 years, with roots going back to the 1915 Newell Family Creamery and produce storage warehouse. Since then, we have worked one step ahead of drastically changing food safety regulations and climate-control technology to promote the best food storage practices for our local households and businesses as well as communities across the country.

 

Food safety is a complex issue that can be compromised at any step in a food product’s journey from the farm to the plate, and the horror stories of foodborne illnesses affecting children, newly-emerging pathogens, and food recalls tell us just how difficult it is to prevent problems from occurring.

 

While it may be hard to fix problems in the food industry that compromise food safety, we can all work to do better in our own roles, as growers, harvesters, packers, shippers, storers, processors, grocers, and chefs.

 

What Can We Do?

 

With our climate-controlled storage warehouses, MFWC works to eliminate the potential for foodborne illnesses to activate and spread in the food products we store. When it comes to frozen, refrigerated, and dry foods, our warehouse systems and skilled employees work to continually preserve the temperature and humidity of our storage facilities. Because bacteria, molds, viruses, and parasites all operate at temperatures above 40º F, we keep our warehouses within strict temperature ranges. This ensures that these microorganisms won’t have the opportunity to reproduce and infect food further if they’re present, and if they aren’t present, it guarantees they will not have the means to be introduced. Our facilities are AIB and MNSHARP certified, USDA-inspected, and protected with Agility Recovery backup power systems. All products stored in our warehouses are kept under strict inventory with our own systems as well as our partnership IT systems with TallyWorks WMS.

 

Our goal as a climate-controlled industrial food warehouse provider is to always place our primary focus on food safety and food security. It might not be possible for MFWC to solve every problem with food safety, but we will always strive to do our part in bettering the industry and keeping our communities safe.

 

To learn more about our full services for climate-controlled storage in the Upper Midwest, contact MFWC at (844) 373-1477 today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Keeping Organics Fresher for Longer With High-Quality Cold Storage in Austin, MN

August 17th, 2018 · No Comments

Organic methods of production are quickly becoming a major contender across all areas of the food industry, including packaging, shipping, and storage. At Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company, we’re committed to providing climate-controlled warehouse storage to maintain food quality and safety standards for frozen refrigerated, and dry goods. With over 15,000,000 lbs of perishable goods passing through our facilities each year, we place a strong emphasis on maintaining food security. Not only do our locally lead facilities operate with HACCP implemented procedures and are annually certified by AIB International, but we also provide comprehensive cold storage in Austin, MN for conventional and organic-certified products.

While the products that are made with conventional growing and processing methods are often almost indistinguishable from those made with organic-certified production procedures, there are certain products that require more rigor and attention in storage. Primarily, organic fresh produce and whole foods have a shorter shelf life, but with the right climate storage conditions and shipping care, these products can stay fresher for longer.

Organic Fruits and Vegetables

Maintaining the quality and nutrition of organic fruits and vegetables can be more difficult than conventional produce due to two main factors. First, organic products are not treated with pesticides, grown with certain hormones, or stored with non-organic preservatives. This means they are more vulnerable to mold, bacteria, bugs, and other microorganisms that can start the decay process or generally damage quality. The second factor that can negatively affect the quality of organic produce more readily than conventional produce is the distribution process as a whole. Organic farming and food production is a new system in comparison to the conventional food industry, and as a result, the packaging and cross-country transportation of organics may be slower and less efficient than the standard process. This means that organic fruits and vegetables may reach storage facilities and grocery shelves at peak freshness or soon after, leading to a swifter loss in quality and nutrition.

Organic Whole Foods

Like organic fruits and vegetables, other whole foods grown and packaged with organic-certified methods may have a shorter shelf life without high-quality storage facilities. While grains, nuts, beans, and other foods that can be kept in dry storage may last longer than fresh produce, these foods are still susceptible to decline in quality more quickly than conventional products. The lack of preservatives, pesticides, and hormones in organic whole foods leaves them more easily susceptible to contaminating microorganisms. These foods are also distributed within the same organics food system, which is smaller and may be slower than conventional systems.

With organic produce and organic whole foods, as well as other processed organic products, the right storage is key. MFWC protects organics with our advanced climate-controlled facilities, including organic-certified refrigeration, dry storage, and freezer warehouses. For comprehensive climate-controlled and cold storage in Austin, MN, contact Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company at (844) 373-1477 today.

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Reliable Commercial Refrigeration in Albert Lea, MN Yesterday and Today

July 18th, 2018 · No Comments

Since humankind learned to store foods in cold corners of a cave, cool riverbeds, and packed snow, the evolution of cold storage has advanced and grown into what we use now on commercial and residential levels. Today, our cold storage technology takes the form of industrial climate-controlled warehouses and home refrigerators that remind you to pick up milk via text message. The benefits these cold storage containers have given humankind are numerous, from significantly decreasing food-borne illness to providing fresh fruits and vegetables year-round. At Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company, reliable cold storage is a continued primary focus, and we’re dedicated to providing continuous reliability for commercial refrigeration in Albert Lea, MN.

The difference between commercial refrigeration even 100 years ago and today is vast, but the steps leading up to current cold storage technology show a logical pattern of research into cooling chemicals, container materials, and health and environmental impact.

Refrigeration’s Past

In the late 16th century, the food and drink industry was beginning to put to use industrial cooling methods beyond ice harvesting. The wine industry began to utilize sodium and potassium nitrates to cool their products, and these chemical additions were soon used in other commercial food storage. This was the first occurrence of the word “refrigerant” and the reference of the cooling of food as “refrigerate.” Over the next few centuries, the development of refrigeration technology stagnated until the 1800s when a growing population in the Western world demanded more reliable cold containment for the transportation and storage of large food quantities. In the late 19th century, the first refrigerators were patented. By 1865, refrigeration machines were used commercially in the US, and in the 1900s there was widespread use of ammonia-cycle refrigeration in the food industry. In 1996, the Regulatory Clean Air Act changed the commonly used refrigerant from Freon to HFC 134a, a haloalkane refrigerant with a significantly lower potential for ozone depletion. During that time and since, the development of refrigeration technology has continued to focus on eliminating or lessening impacts on the earth while improving container quality.

Our Refrigeration

MFWC has its foundation in the 1915 company warehouse for De Soto Creamery & Produce Co., and since then we’ve built our standards for commercial refrigeration facilities on storage reliability and adherence to environmental protection. Now in our fourth generation of family owners, MFWC provides trusted climate-controlled storage including advanced commercial refrigeration. With continued quality assurance, diligent inventorying, and backup power supply systems, you can rely on MFWC to protect food safety regulations and product security from transportation units to grocery store shelves.

To learn more about our own history with climate-controlled storage or to find out about our facilities for commercial refrigeration in Albert Lea, MN, contact Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company at (844) 373-1477 today.

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GMPS: What It Is and How We Do It for Warehouse Storage in the Upper Midwest

June 21st, 2018 · No Comments

When it comes to maintaining food safety in the U.S., the FDA and other regulatory organizations are vigilant in overseeing all aspects of the production process from the farm to the home refrigerator. Food storage and transportation are critical parts of this process, and without the strict regulations placed on commercial, transportation, and residential food storage equipment and practices, food safety across the country would be compromised. At Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company, we believe that everyone should have access to safe foods that are nutritious and delicious. That’s why we use Good Manufacturing Practice Systems (GMPS) with our climate-controlled warehouse storage in the Upper Midwest.

MFWC is committed to providing the best quality warehouse storage for frozen, refrigerated, and dry foods, and the right certifications help us prove to clients and consumers that we follow through on that promise every day. Our warehouse facilities are inspected regularly by the USDA, and our GMPS is certified annually by AIB International.

Having a certified GMPS is great, but let’s talk about what that really means.

Good Manufacturing Practice System

 The regulations for GMPS in the food and drug industry have been developed and redeveloped since the industrial revolution drastically changed food production and distribution in the U.S. Today, the FDA oversees regulations for food and drug GMPS.

Because MFWC utilizes a certified GMPS, you can trust us to protect your food products as they travel from field and pasture to our storage warehouses to grocery shelves. Our certified GMPS provides structure to our staff and management for food storage, inventory, and climate-control in dry storage, freezer and refrigerator warehouses.

This ensures your goods are safeguarded from issues caused by a lack of any facet of the food transportation and storage process including:

  • cross-contamination from lack of hygiene, allergens, or proximity to other food products
  • poor temperature control leading to food spoilage
  • loss of power leading to poor climate control
  • lost or damaged goods due to poor inventory and recording systems
  • inaccurate information about storage history due to poor documentation practices
  • compromised worker safety due to poor working conditions or lack of attention
  • poor customer service due to lack of communication between departments and clients
  • overall losses in time, money, and goods

With MFWC you can rest easy with the knowledge that our GMPS prevents these negative events from occurring and protects your goods, even in the face of disaster. You can also trust us to continue strengthening our GMPS to meet customer demands and keep developing this system in accordance with changing technologies, practices, and regulations.

To learn more about our GMPS, food safety practices, and climate-controlled warehouse storage in the Upper Midwest, contact MFWC at (844) 373-1477 or send in your questions today.

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Reliable Power Recovery Maintains Food Safety in Austin, MN

June 4th, 2018 · No Comments

When it comes to food stored in refrigerated, frozen, and dry environments, keeping the climate under control and consistent is the most important factor in maintaining food safety standards. If the power flowing to a climate-control system is lost, stored food can quickly lose quality and consumption safety. With Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company, you can count on our storage warehouses to keep climates at a constant and protect food safety in Austin, MN.

 

Power outages are one of the biggest problems for supporting food safety in regards to frozen, refrigerated, and otherwise climate-controlled food items. A loss of power in a freezer warehouse, for example, can cause dairy, meats, vegetables, baked goods, and other products to spoil on a large-scale.

 

MFWC partners with Agility Recovery to ensure that all our dry storage, refrigerated, and freezer warehouses maintain climate control even through long term power loss. Agility Recovery provides high-quality, reliable back-up generators for all our climate-controlled warehouses to prevent losses in food safety and quality.

 

When frozen, refrigerated, or dry-storage foods are exposed to changing temperatures and environments due to a power loss, they can start to spoil within hours. The bacteria and microorganisms in foods are dormant at temperatures below 40º but will quickly become active and reproductive when warmed up.

 

Bacteria Breakdown

 

The bacteria and other microorganisms that are active in foods at temperatures over 40º vary from food to food. Meat will contain very different microbes compared to fruits and vegetables, but both can be equally dangerous if microorganisms are allowed to grow and multiply. With our partnership with Agility Recovery and our own consistent power systems, MFWC prevents the growth of the following food-spoiling bacteria and microorganisms in food products stored in our warehouses:

 

  1. In meats and fish: Aspergillus, Mucor, Moraxella, Carnobacterium, Penicillium, Rhizopus, Brochothrix thermosphacta, Botrytis, Pseudomonas, Bacillus, Fusarium, Acinetobacter, Leuconostoc, and many additional kinds of molds.
  2. In pasteurized milk and dairy products: Bacillus, Shewanella putrefaciens, Pseudomonas fragi, Alcaligenes, Penicillum, Mucor, Clostridium butyricum, Clostridium sporogenes, and others.
  3. In fruits and vegetables: Erwinia carotovora, Pseudomonas, Botrytis cinerea, Clostridium botulinum, Geotrichium candidum, Aspergillus, Geotrichum candidum, Phytophora mildews, Penicillium, and others.
  4. In prepared foods: Bacillus cereus, Rhizopus stolonifer, lactic acid bacterias, Megasphaera cerevisiae, Saccharomyces diastaticus, Candida valida, and other molds, yeasts, and bacteria associated with whole food products.

 

When it comes to food safety, MFWC follows our own high standards in addition to FDA regulations, HACCP protocol, and other national and state food safety principles. With the added security our partnership with Agility Recovery provides, you can trust our climate-controlled warehouses with your orders from farm to shelf.

 

For more information about MFWC and how our systems and partnerships work to maintain food safety in Austin, MN, and across the country, contact us at (844) 373-1477 today.

 

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Preventing Freezer Burn and Other Negative Cold Effects on Food with Better Freezer Warehouses in Albert Lea, MN

May 1st, 2018 · No Comments

Since humans learned to hunt, gather, and cook food, we’ve searched for healthy, effective ways to preserve those food items. Today, we have more advanced technology for food preservation than we’ve ever had before. From freeze drying to refrigeration, our modern food storage capabilities allow us to have access to the greatest food variety, flavor, and nutrition year-round. Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company strives to improve industrial climate-controlled storage practices across the country, starting with our state-of-the-art freezer warehouses in Albert Lea, MN.

 

MFWC offers large-scale food storage for frozen, refrigerated, and dry foods to keep what our communities put on their tables and find in their local restaurants safe from farm to shelf. We are committed to providing the best climate-controlled storage possible and supporting growth and continued improvement of food storage practices and facilities in MFWC freezer warehouses.

 

Our freezer, refrigerated, and dry storage warehouses handle more than 100,000 orders each year, and to meet food safety standards and provide healthy food to our communities, MFWC keeps high standards on all fronts. For example, our freezer warehouses and frozen storage policies work to offer the best quality frozen foods that are both safe to use in the kitchen and full of fresh flavors.

 

Some of the common problems with freezing food, even at an industrial level, can be prevented with the right attention to the storage process at every step of the way. MFWC inventories and monitors packaged foods from the minute they enter our facility to the moment they hit the grocery store shelves. With our quality control standards and highly-focused team members, MFWC can effectively prevent frozen food damage.

 

Our freezers and temperature-controlled facilities can eliminate several common problems associated with freezing foods. With our freezer warehouses, frozen foods are stored in optimal stasis, which means:

 

  • No more freezer burn from dehydration and oxidation of frozen foods at a cellular level
  • Never using improper frozen containment of delicate foods like fruits and vegetables leading to unnecessary mushiness and texture changes after defrosting
  • No more flavor changes from exposure to particles in a freezer environment
  • No more ice crystals in over-frozen desserts and prepared foods
  • No more toughened frozen meat products from moisture migration at a cellular level

 

Overall, MFWC freezer warehouses offer the best storage facilities and continued quality control for frozen foods from farm to shelf. We work to promote foods that meet the highest standards for nutritional value, flavor, texture, and safety with our climate-controlled storage warehouses.

 

For high-quality refrigeration, dry storage, and freezer warehouses in Albert Lea, MN, contact Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company at (844) 373-1477 today.

 

 

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Food Safety Transportation with High-Quality Cold Storage in the Upper Midwest

April 2nd, 2018 · No Comments

Maintaining food quality from farm to shelf is a critical aspect of food safety on a commercial level. Not only does this include containment in food-grade climate-controlled facilities during storage periods, it also includes temperature and climate control during food transportation. Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company provides comprehensive cold storage in the Upper Midwest meeting industrial food safety standards for refrigeration, freezing, and dry containment.

In addition to our state-of-the-art warehouse facilities, MFWC information and technology services utilize TALLYWorks Warehouse Management Systems to build customizable live records of food shipments throughout the transportation process.

Using TALLYworks RF scanning and barcode data collection software and EDI customer interface, you can trust MFWC to protect the movement of your shipments and provide accuracy in storage periods.

Recording for Food Safety in Cold Storage

Tracking the movement of food products and exact detailing of shipment information by the minute is key in supporting food safety at every stage of transportation and storage. Keeping accurate, live records with advanced computerized systems allows MFWC to track food products kept in refrigerated storage, freezer storage, and dry storage. This means the quality and nutritional profile of fruits, vegetables, meats, breads, prepared foods, desserts, and more are kept in a controlled stasis environment during packing, shipping, and receiving at MFWC facilities. Recording shipment and product data with TALLYworks is an effective quality control administrative measure that’s highly beneficial for internal company processes, but it’s also key in ensuring food safety for products stored in climate-controlled containment.

Live records of orders during transportation reduces clerical errors, eliminates storage mistakes, and promotes continued protection of food quality, even outside of our facilities. This means MFWC shipments are organized and recorded for food safety and constant climate-control attention.

Our IT Services secure online data with TALLYworks software and play an important role in providing our communities with quality food products from field and pasture to grocery store shelves.

To learn more about our work with TALLYworks services and how live recording of shipments protect food safety in cold storage, contact Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company. Call us today at (844) 373-1477 for information about our warehouse locations and our services in dry storage and cold storage in the Upper Midwest.

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The Effect on Food Bacteria Put into Cold Storage in Austin, MN

March 6th, 2018 · No Comments

Since the late 1800’s, ice companies and freezer warehouses have allowed consumers to take advantage of commercial cold storage and the nutritional quality of frozen foods. Today, freezing foods is one of the most common ways of preserving nutrition for extended periods of time alongside canning, drying, salting, and pickling. In fact, freezing food is one of the most effective ways of storing without significantly altering the structure of proteins, dietary fibers, carbohydrates, fats, and micronutrients. Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company offers state-of-the-art cold storage in Austin, MN, and promotes the continued accessibility of quality frozen foods that are both nutritious and delicious.

Our climate-controlled warehouses provide dry storage, refrigeration, and freezing on a commercial scale. We provide preserved foods to our local communities in South Central Minnesota in addition to shipping quality products on a global scale.

Without the freezer technology we have today, many foods wouldn’t be available in the supermarket at the peak quality they offer in frozen conditions. A large part of the maintained quality of frozen foods is thanks to what happens to bacteria and other dangerous microorganisms when they’re frozen.

Food bacteria is the number one cause of exponential decreases in food quality in storage above freezing temperatures. Our cold storage warehouses keep frozen foods at temperatures between -20º F and 32º F, an optimal temperature range to prevent bacteria growth and avoid “freezer burn” damage.

Bacteria, mold, and other microorganisms that reduce food quality thrive in temperatures between 40º F and 140º F and can remain active in temperatures as low as 30º F, which is why food can still spoil in the refrigerator.

Freezing foods prevents the growth of bacteria and other microbes because it essentially puts them in stasis.

When bacteria, yeast, mold, and other microorganisms are put into temperatures below freezing, they cannot multiply, but they aren’t killed. Those microbes are still in frozen foods that are thawed out, and as soon as they’re warmed up, those little critters can start to multiply and begin the gradual reduction of food quality.

The freezer storage MFWC provides kills certain microorganisms, including the dangerous trichina parasite, but most bacteria and other microbes are simply put into pause mode. Continued freezer storage is a highly effective way of maintaining food quality for long periods of time, and our cold storage warehouses help a wide variety of food groups retain nutrition, flavor, texture, and overall quality.

For more information about our services and to learn about our cold storage in Austin, MN, contact Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company at (844) 373-1477 today.

 

 

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Bettering the MFWC Process With 3PL Partnerships in Albert Lea, MN

January 26th, 2018 · No Comments

As a local and global company, Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company strives to protect the safety of our communities and our customers worldwide. We manage over 100,000 orders each year, moving more than 35,000 truckloads and over 15,000,000 pounds by rail. Our large-scale temperature-controlled shipping and cold storage services demand a smoothly operating network at all stages. To meet industry standards of food safety, worker safety, hygiene, and sanitation, MFWC supports the use of third-party logistics (3PL). With the help of our 3PL partnerships in Albert Lea, MN, MFWC is able to support climate-controlled storage for accounts ranging from local farm co-ops to Fortune 500 companies.

There are many aspects of MFWC temperature-controlled storage that are handled within the company by our own community workers and with our family-owned approach to business. Our two warehouse locations in Southern Minnesota managed with the hard work of our expert local leaders and trained team members. However, because we ship worldwide and handle large-scale orders, our management teams also benefit daily from our 3PL partnerships.

3PL companies and MFWC work together to better our shipping, storage, and services in many ways, including:

Product Quality: First and foremost, our 3PL partnerships are the key to maintaining product quality throughout the shipping and delivery process. Inspection of goods from the minute they ship to when they arrive is constant and helped along by 3PL partners at each step. MFWC also partners with Agility Recovery for backup power and insurance to ensure that temperature standards will be met throughout shipping in the case of transport or electrical damage.

Traceability: MFWC services are supported by the use of Tallyworks WMS, which provides comprehensive records of the movement of your products, including accurate minute-by-minute traceability. This includes online access to each customer’s inventory, EDI customer interface, RF scanning, and bar code data collection.

Customer Service: With the help of the traceability and recording Tallyworks provides and continued communication between MFWC teams, 3PL partners, and customers throughout each stage of the shipping, storing, and delivery process, we’re able to provide the highest level of customer service. As a customer-focused company, we strive to meet the demands and protect the interest of our customers at each second of our services.

Time: Altogether, the customer service and communication between MFWC, 3PL partners, and our clients, along with traceability and quality control of products, offers a streamlined time-efficient process.

Without the help of our 3PL partnerships in Albert Lea, MN, MFWC teams wouldn’t be able to continue providing large-scale, high-quality service to our communities and worldwide. For more information about our services in temperature-controlled storage, contact us at (844) 373-1477 today.

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Foods We Might Not Have Without Refrigerated Warehousing in the Upper Midwest

December 14th, 2017 · No Comments

In today’s world, we have access to more variety and year-round nutrition in our food than we ever have before. In the U.S., we can attribute a large amount of our food accessibility to climate-controlled containment of foods on a commercial level, including transportation and storage. Though food could be stored in the past in iceboxes, coolers, and other types of temporary refrigeration, the level of cold storage we have today was not possible. With Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company, high quality commercial refrigerated warehousing in the Upper Midwest plays a large role in providing foods to our communities throughout the year.

Though our diets have not changed significantly for years, our access to new and exotic proteins, carbohydrates, and fats has increased rapidly with the development of new cold storage technology. Without the cold storage we have today, we wouldn’t have healthy, high-quality foods in our reach month-to-month.

In fact, without cold storage technology and refrigerated warehousing, we would most likely not have access to the following foods year-round:

  • Dairy: Even with the pasteurization process, dairy products like milk, cheese, butter, yogurt, and cream can quickly expire. The refrigeration we use today extends the life of these dairy products by up to a month. This allows homes and restaurants to use a wide range of dairy products at the highest nutrition levels available. With MFWC, you can count on our refrigerated warehousing to keep your product safe, healthy, and at high-quality from farm to shelf
  • Meats: In the past, fresh meat was a rare treat in many cultures around the world. Cured or dried meats were much more common because they could keep for much longer without spoiling. The refrigerated storage we have today gives us access to fresh meat in larger varieties and amounts at any time of year. Prepared meat products, beef, pork, poultry, and seafood are a significant part of many U.S. diets thanks to commercial and residential refrigeration
  • Vegetables and Fruits: While most fruits and vegetables can last for a long time without refrigeration, there are some kinds that depend on cold storage to keep for even just a few days. Herbs, leafy greens, lettuces, juices, berries, green onions, cucumbers, mushrooms, and many other kinds of produce rely on refrigeration to keep from spoiling

Along with the whole-food forms of these types of foods, the many prepared and processed food products found in your refrigerated grocery aisle depend on the reliable refrigerated warehousing like MFWC provides.

For more information about our refrigerated warehousing in the Upper Midwest and the services we offer, contact Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company at (844) 373-1477 today.

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