Storing Deli Products in Cold Storageadmin
How should deli products be stored in cold panel warehouses?
First of all, it is recommended that you have made the necessary cost account before installing your cold panel storage. This account is a good account.
- Cold room costs you
- Amount of deli product that the cold room can take
- Your deli product sales circulation
- Cold panel room electrical expenses
should be done with the main parameters in mind.
Foods such as sausages, yogurt, bacon, milk, cheese, sausages, eggs, etc. are covered by deli products. The storage temperature range of these foods in the cold storage is +4/+5C. Products should be packaged in stretch if possible before being put in storage. Not every deli product should be stored in the same compartment of the cold room (you don't want the smell of bacon and sausage foods to be sine on dairy products such as cheese, yogurt, etc.!). The cold storage door should be opened and closed as little as possible and kept open for a short time.
The cooler group of your cold storage is mounted either on top of the product, outside your space or in your basement. Do not forget to clean the cosdencer (radiator) in the refrigerant group at least once a month.