Food Safety Keeping Food Fresh All Summer Long

During the hot summer months, food safety is very valid concern. Keeping foods cool means there is less of a chance for mold, fungus, and bacteria to grow inside or on the surface of the foods. Keeping foods at their freshest is not only about temperature, however. It also has a great deal to do with the overall quality of the environment in which the food is stored. Temperatures must be maintained and the air around the foods, especially fruits and vegetables, must not be too moist or too dry.

Cold storage humidification systems are an excellent way to create and maintain the best environment for ensuring the safety of food. Saturating the air through standard humidification and cooling systems can create a wet environment where mold can proliferate. A non-wetting cold storage humidification system can regulate airflow and temperatures, without the risk of potential moisture-related issues. No matter how hot it gets, you can be sure that your food will always be at its best.

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