The warm and humid temperatures in the Upper Midwest make it difficult to keep food fresh and safe to consume. Whether you have a small or large company with the need for refrigeration or freezing of food, proper storage is a must to avoid the growth of bacteria and/or mold. Minnesota Freezer Warehouse in Austin and Albert Lea, Minnesota works closely with producers across the Upper Midwest to ensure the quality of food is the best that it can be by providing proper refrigeration and freezing storage.
We all know that chemical compounds are found in foods, particularly fresh fruits and vegetables. When these chemical compounds are active, the loss of nutrients, color change, and flavor change takes place, resulting in a loss or waste of the food product. That’s why it is important to follow a process of rapid freezing to preserve the quality. If the product is frozen too fast, cracking may occur and ruin the appearance and color of the item. Finding the perfect balance is important to prevent loss of nutrients, color changes, flavor change, and cracking.
On the other hand, the growth of bacteria can occur if food is not properly refrigerated, causing foodborne illnesses. Improper temperature in foods can cause food poisoning with symptoms of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, stomach cramping, and fever. Take extra precautions to keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold.
At Minnesota Freezer Warehouse, we have a top-of-the line system with around-the–clock monitoring to ensure your product maintains its quality from the very beginning to the very end. We focus on the safety of food and provide dependable options for your storage, no matter the quantity that you may have. Contact Minnesota Freezer Warehouse today by calling (844) 373-1477, or by visiting our website at . Don’t let the warm and humid temperatures get you, your family, or your customers down with foodborne illnesses. We provide the best refrigeration and freezing services available so you can rest assured there is nothing but happiness for all to enjoy when consuming your product.