Frozen Food is a choice for food needs for some people in the current pandemic situation. Frozen Food is in demand because of its practical presentation, varied menu types, and can last a long time. Along with the increasing demand, culinary business people who sell Frozen Food products are also developing and innovating in Frozen Food products.
For those of you who like to send Frozen Food for individual or business needs, it is very important to pay attention to the process of packing or packaging to delivery.
The reason is, Frozen Food has a short shelf life at outdoor temperatures. Therefore, make sure you packing properly and securely before shipping.
The following tips for safe packaging methods from Paxel for Frozen Food that you can see below.
1. Prepare the Food You Want to Deliver
The first step, prepare the food you want to send. Before packing food, make sure your Frozen Food packaging is proper and safe, such as tightly closed packaging to using proper packaging to wrap Frozen Food.
2. Prepare Frozen Food Packaging Equipment
In contrast to food packaging in general, you need to prepare packaging equipment and also special equipment to package Frozen Food such as strong cardboard, bubble wrap, cardboard pieces, aluminum foil, and ice gel that must be used when sending Frozen Food.
For those of you who need or want a stock ice gel or thermafreeze for Frozen Food delivery, you can order Paxel Frozen Food Packaging Packages available at PaxelMarket. There are cardboard, Bubble Wrap, duct tape, Ice gel, to Amplop Metal Bubble.
3. Wrap with Bubble Wrap and Aluminum Foil
Frozen Food packaging starts by wrapping the Frozen Food that you want to send with bubble wrap along with ice gel on the top and bottom of your food. Then, place your frozen food in aluminum foil to keep the temperature. Also, make sure you glue it well when packing it.
4. Put it in a Strong Box
Once safely wrapped, put your Frozen Food in a cardboard box leaving no space. If there is a space in your cardboard box, you can use cardboard pieces or pieces of paper to fill in the empty spaces in the packaging. After that, make sure your package is firmly taped.
5. Send via Paxel, There is a Special Frozen Food Handling
After done packing, you can start sending packages. When shipping via Paxel, make sure you inform the Hero and report your package as a Frozen Food package type in the Paxel app so that your package can be handled properly.
In Delivery Frozen Food, Paxel has special handling by providing cooling facilities such as Freezer and Chiller during transit also the Cold Truck during delivery. Don't forget to use the Safe Food Guarantee feature to ensure the safety of your Frozen Food packages during the shipping process.
Those are tips on how to packing Frozen Food correctly and safely. This is very easy, right! Well, you can also check out Frozen Food packing tips for more details by watching the following video below.