Food grade gases are widely used in the fruit and vegetable industry, for a broad variety of applications, whether MAP, chilling or freezing. Fruits and vegetables begin to show signs of deterioration long before most other foods and are therefore prime candidates for the use of MAP gases, which significantly helps extend the shelf life of some fresh produce. If you freeze or if you are looking at freezing fruits or vegetables, Air Products’ Freshline® extended freezing solutions offer you an innovative and most adapted solution to your processes – whether you process IQF or non IQF products or you require a batch or continuous freezer.

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Why Freeze with Liquid Nitrogen?

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Fruit maturation and gases. How does it work?

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IQF freezing. How does it work?

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