• Koornneef Produce Ltd. 314 Main Street East Grimsby, ON L3M 1R2

Cold Storage

  • Why:
    Bacteria can multiply at warm temperatures. Store and display food at cold temperatures to prevent bacteria from multiplying. Protect food from contamination, and Ready-to-Eat (RTE) food from cross contamination.

    For all foods
     Make sure indicating thermometers are correctly placed and working
    properly in cold holding units.
     Check PRODUCT with calibrated clean and sanitized thermometer at
    determined frequency.
     Keep the cold holding unit at 4°C or colder.
     Place prepared food into the cold holding unit as soon as possible.
     Do not mix old food with fresh batches of food.
     Do not overload the cold holding unit.
     Separate raw from RTE, and raw from raw (example: beef over chicken)

  • Cold Storage
  • Date & Time

  • Location

  • Type or Model

  • Slide to monitored temperature

  • FIFO Maintained

  • Condition

  • Name & Signature


  • Supervisor Name & Signature

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