Faloodeh, Kulfi, Sorbet, Mochi, and so on are synonyms of Ice Creams around the world. Each of them has an individual culture and centuries-long histories. Each of them has different types of ingredients which include milk, sugar, yogurt, custard, fruits, cocoa, and all, but just imagine an ice cream without cooling! Whatever the ice cream ingredients maybe, most important is, it should be served with chill. Maintaining cooling is the hardest task from the beginning to the end of making ice cream.
HRS strives to fulfill this challenge to lock the flavour of Ice Cream with perfect cooling at a consistent temperature from the production line to the hands of people to taste it. During transport, any temperature fluctuations can cause severe changes in the flavor of the ice cream. Ice crystals can increase in size, creating “freezer burn” and making the ice cream unacceptable to both retailers and end consumers.
HRS uses the Carrier® Transicold® Technology
Carrier® Transicold® transport refrigeration units keep temperatures during transport at a consistent -20°F (-29°C) – the right temperature to prevent melting while avoiding freezer burn. This ensures the ice cream is protected for safe delivery to distribution centers, grocery stores and restaurants all over the world.
To read more, visit Keeping Ice Cream Refrigerated by Carrier