Food Transport

The key to food transportation is as follows:

Firstly is food packaging, which belongs to fragile and deformed foods, and the inner packaging should be clean, safe, hygienic and in compliance with food safety rules, standards and sanitary regulation.
The outer packaging must be protected by hard materials to prevent any contamination of the products.
Secondly is to choose type of food transport. For perishable food, these are easily damage by change of temperature, it is highly recommended to use vehicle with temperature control system and refrigeration equipment such as refrigerated carriers truck or chiller truck/van.
Other type of non perishable foods can be transported by general bonded truck or carrier vehicles to avoid sunlight, wind and rain.
The below shows the most suitable temperature for various foods in the refrigerated truck:

Fruits and vegetables:
Best to store between 2 ~ 8 °C. At this temperature zone, it can preserve and ensure freshness of the vegetables, fruits, eggs, beer and beverages and maintain the original flavour.
Grapes, apples, cherries, plums, melons, pears, oranges, peaches, pineapples, lemons, and bananas are suitable fruits to be transported in this temperature range.
Fresh vegetables supply: Western pine mushrooms, asparagus, carrots, cauliflower, green peas, flower vegetables, cabbage, celery, lettuce, cucumber, eggplant, spinach, potatoes, onions, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, tomatoes.
Meat and fish:
Best to store in 0 ~ 2 °C. Food in 0 °C state with no ice which is best to preserve freshness of the food and no loss of nutrition. Those fish and meat products can keep for 1-2 days in refrigerated temperature and the foods still fresh.
Foods that are suitable to store in this temperature range are generally fresh meat: raw bacon, raw beef, raw chicken, raw lamb, raw ham, eggs, sausage, smoked bacon, salty ham and other animal meat product.

Fruit and Vegetables

Fish and Seafood

Ice Cream and Confection

Daily Product

Frozen Meat Delivery & Transportation Service



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