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‘Jelly' ice cubes could revolutionize cold storage and the safety of cold food

4 monthes ago   |   By Food Safety News

Researchers at the University of California-Davis have developed a new type of cooling cube with the potential, they say, to transform how cold storage is done.
The benefits of plastic-free, “jelly ice cubes” are that they do not melt, are compostable and antimicrobial, and can help prevent cross-contamination.
It can be easy for foodservice operators and their employees not to think about the food safety implications of how ice is used and handled. If they don't take proper precautionary measures to handle food properly or keep up with necessary preventive maintenance measures to ensure...
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