Why Food Safety Matters

Whether your business is home delivery or long haul, safely transporting refrigerated goods is a high priority.

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A Growing Home Delivery Market

As a result of COVID-19, the adoption of grocery and meal kit delivery services has rapidly increased and the online grocery delivery and pickup market is five times larger than a year ago. When it comes to home delivery, the safe transportation of refrigerated foods is of the highest priority.

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Best Practices to Mitigate Risk

Each year, 1 in 6 people in the US get sick from food borne illnesses. To safeguard the integrity your load, follow best practices for loading procedures, cargo handling, and delivery.

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Checklists and Tips

To ensure even greater protection for your cargo, check out these tips for proper airflow and loading and delivery checklists.

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FDA Blueprint for Food Safety

The FDA has launched a blueprint to ensure food safety. They will be leveraging technology and other tools to create a safer and more digital, traceable food system.

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Take Action to Mitigate Risk in your Cold Chain

If temperature-sensitive cargo is improperly handled, there is risk of temperature excursions, which can negatively affect public health, reduce product shelf life, or lead to rejected loads.