quick freezing


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quick freezing

very quick freezing of carcasses of meat by passage through a freezing tunnel beneath jets of liquid nitrogen.
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Based on geographic/regional distribution the global Individual Quick Freezing (IQF) Fruits Market is studied for key regional markets focusing on the respective geographic trends and statistics, and thereby delivering market size and forecast values.
Starfrost Managing Director, Neil Winney said: "The MS Turbo IQF Tunnel is designed for effective individual quick freezing of large quantities of loose products, including careful handling of wet and delicate food items.
The word Birds Eye is synonymous with the frozen food industry, originating with the inventor of quick freezing, Clarence Birdseye, an early biological engineer.
Seafood processing; adding value through quick freezing, retortable packaging, cook-chilling.
based company employs Individual Quick Freezing technology to flash-freeze its sauces separately in chips, thereby ensuring that pastas stay firm and vegetables remain crispy.
Seabrook and his two sons, Belford and Courtney, began to experiment with quick freezing vegetables in 1930.
Jarkov" the mammoth (named after its discoverer) fossilized through quick freezing.