COLD STORAGE ROOM FOR DAIRY PRODUCTS
meats, poultry, eggs, and fresh fruits and vegetables, will spoil rapidly if not stored at proper temperatures. For optimal quality and safety, dairy products should be stored at refrigerated temperatures between 34F and 38F, meats between 33F and 36F, and eggs 33F to 37F.
They are mainly used for the preservation of fresh food, beverages or medicines. Freezing cold rooms or negative temperature cold rooms are used to keep frozen products between 0 and -28C. They usually have better insulation and fewer daily openings.
Almost all dairy products need to be stored in the refrigerator. The exceptions include powdered milk products, and products such as UHT (Ultrahigh temperature) products, which can be stored in the pantry, or ice cream which needs to be stored in the freezer.