This time of the year hot, humid (and even the drought) Summer conditions in Southern Africa gives rise to an increase in food waste in cold storage.
Even the most modern of refrigeration plant cannot entirely eliminate perishable losses which has a direct impact on the bottom line of any food business.
What is required is an intervention in a cold chain that maintains the correct humidity levels; neutralises vapour pressure; removes airborne bacteria; removes food spoilage gases (and conversely, acetic acid in dedicated meat cold rooms); and lowers ambient cold room temperatures (without reducing thermostat settings).
Looking for such an intervention which is safe to use; is a natural mineral; and which has a cost benefit advantage of anything up to 5 to 1? …. then go to www.polarafrica.co.za