The food industry understands the impact temperature can have on a cold food product. A searing charcoal grill can radically alter the flavors of a juicy steak, just as the chilling ice of a freezer can create delicious frozen desserts. Yet a temperature fluctuation of just a few degrees in the wrong direction can be catastrophic to the flavors and quality of your food. That’s why food distributors must be masters of temperature to ensure that the products delivered around the country are safe and of high quality.

Editor’s Note: This story originally published in Refrigerated & Frozen Foods (RFF), a sister publication of The National Provisioner in the BNP Media portfolio. Read the story here.