It’s all about safety these days—the safety of our children, homes, streets, and the foods we eat. We’ve heard reports galore of bacteria in our foods such as E. coli, Salmonella, and other food-borne pathogens. This can really make one hesitant to eat out, have our children eating school lunches, or even preparing our own food. At Minnesota Freezer Warehouse Company in Albert Lea, Minnesota, we go the extra mile to ensure your foods are safely and properly stored at the right temperature at all times.
The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), an industry driven project, provides necessary leadership and guidance to ensure the safety of food for consumers. This initiative helps reduce food safety risks, manages cost, and increases knowledge of continuous improvement along the food supply chain.
No one wants to contract a food-borne illness such as E. coli, Salmonella, or Listeria. That’s why it’s important for food to be stored and handled safely from farm to table. Many individuals don’t realize the necessary steps needed to keep foods safe and how difficult it can be. The importance and responsibility of food safety lies heavily on warehouse storage and ensuring that foods are stored properly and at the right temperature. For example, meats should not be stored next to cheese or dried goods, and fish or poultry need to be stored separately. Growth of bacteria and the potential for food poisoning can occur if products are not properly stored at the correct temperature. Meats may need rapid freezing to preserve the quality, whereas dry foods need to be stored in a completely different environment.
If you’re looking for top-of-the-line food storage with around the clock monitoring, contact Minnesota Freezer Warehouse in Albert Lea, MN. We provide dependable options for your food storage, and we focus on the safety of each item, no matter the quantity. Our system is top-notch, and you can rest assured that your customers will be happy with your product and can enjoy healthy eating. Contact Minnesota Freezer Warehouse today by calling (844) 373-1477, or visiting our website here for all of your refrigerated, frozen, or dry food warehouse needs.