Dry ice in food production

Few people know, but dry ice has truly revolutionized the food industry.

This allowed the optimization of logistics chains and the reduction of enormous costs associated with the transport and preservation of food products. Dry ice has made many products more accessible to those regions where production of a particular product is impossible. Here are just a few examples of where manufacturers use dry ice:

  • Freezing meat and fish;
  • For quick freezing of fruits and berries to preserve their appearance and beneficial properties;
  • Selling ice cream and cold drinks in places without refrigerators;
  • Food deliveries to other cities and countries;
  • For the disinfection of containers and storage areas;
  • To prevent rotting processes in warehouses.