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Sep 11, 2018
Now that the shipment of export-quality oranges is well on their way to the United Kingdom, let’s go back further in time, when the very first attempts to transport perishables were introduced. By the late 1860s, beef carcases were being shipped between the local American ports in a salt-ice mixture, with limited success. The first...
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There is no finer example of the praiseworthy practice of maintaining the ‘cold chain’ than the mercantile marine service, where the cold chain was first introduced and applied 120 years ago. The correct temperature path or cold chain is arguably the single-most crucial element when bringing your perishables to a discerning market. Every link in...
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