Commercial refrigerators and freezers are essential in any supermarket or grocery store, café and restaurant etc. because they help maintain food temperatures consistent and prevent spoilage. Additionally, interior LED lights illuminate the product for better visibility, and draw attention. The refrigerated display cases and interior LED lightings Keep contents at safe holding temperatures while letting you increase impulse sales of your most popular foods. The LED lightings we produced can help lower the cost of ownership and make for a greener future. Then do you know which foods are not suitable to refrigerated? Let’s continue the topic.
Melons normally do best outside the fridge. Once refrigerated, they tend to break down and become powdery and grainy. So to keep the flavour intact, melons need to be stored at room temperature. However, after cutting, you should store the melons in the fridge for three to four days.
14) PEANUT BUTTER
No need of refrigeration, just keep it stored in a cool, dark spot and your peanut butter will be just fine.
Refrigeration will cause the luscious honey to harden. That’s why you should be storing it at room temperature and out of direct sunlight.
Fresh berries already have a short shelf life, so leave them out of the fridge and eat them within a day or two of purchasing.
Due to the high amount of preservatives in jams and jellies, it is acceptable to store without refrigeration, even after opening.
18) STONE FRUITS
Stone fruits such as peach, cherry and plum aren’t exactly good friends with the fridge, therefore it’s best to keep them aside in the kitchen until they’re ripe, and ready to eat.
Refrigeration reduces the flavor of garlic and affects its lifespan as well. The refrigerated environment can actually cause mold to develop. Store garlic in a paper bag in a cool, dark spot.
Ground spices need no refrigeration whatsoever.
21) NUTS & DRIED FRUITS
There’s no need to refrigerate them. Nuts will be fine stored in a cool, dark spot.
22) WINTER SQUASHES
Butternut squash, acorn squash, spaghetti squash, delicata and pumpkins are just some of the many varieties of winter squash we find in the market. These vitamin A and C rich veggies do best when stored at room temperature. On top of that, squash can last for about a month or longer out of the fridge.
23) PACKED TUNA
You might not be sure, but that tuna has been sealed, just like in a can, so it’s more than fine stored at room temperature.
Whether red, green, yellow, and even chili peppers, they’re going to be just fine without any refrigeration. Store them in a paper bag in a cool space.