Cold Storage for the Fish Industry


Cold storage solutions are required by many food industries, not least the fish industry. Cold storage, whether it is refrigeration or blast freezing, helps to keep food products fresh and tasty.

Many foods are now transported long distances and so need to be kept fresh for human consumption for a number of hours or even days, so quality cold storage is essential.

The public’s expectation of food quality has increased over recent years, so freezing fish is now often thought to be second best to refrigeration. Gentle cooling of the fish will ensure that it retains all its flavour and texture.

cold storage for fish

Fish is a food product that requires ultra quick turnaround, as it needs to be eaten quickly if it has not been frozen. Fresh fish is often caught in the early morning at one end of the country and transported hundreds of miles to be sold in fish shop that same day.

This is why it is particularly important in the fish industry to ensure that the catch is kept at the correct temperature from sea right through to plate. The consumer wants to be guaranteed that they are buying a quality item that will taste freshly caught.

Temperature controlled storage containers that can be transported can keep fish fresh for the consumer as it travels long distanced. Refrigerated units can also be used at premises where fish is sold, in order to keep the produce ultra fresh.

CRS Cold Storage provide a number of quality cold storage units to the fish industry. They offer everything from small cold stores to large refrigerated walk in units that are ideal used as cold storage for fish.

So if you work in the fish industry and are looking for reliable fish cold storage or fish freezers then visit to browse their range of quality temperature controlled storage solutions.

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