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More holding capacity needed for increased harvest volumes

By: John Ackermann – editor

We investigate the table grape industry of the Orange River and how various producers have been optimising their cold chain over the past couple of years, increasing efficiencies for optimal production and distribution

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Prepacking of cabbage for retail outlets.

On the side lines at the Global Cold Chain Summit

By: John Ackermann – editor

A common goal to reduce global food wastage brought cold chain specialists from around the world to Carrier’s World Cold Chain Summit held in Singapore last December – but there was more to do and see than just the conference…

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Farmers need to manage water better

As the drought continues in many parts of SA, it’s vital to look where we can save water along the entire cold chain – from farm to fork. It’s especially at this first link of producing where water management can make a huge difference…

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Effect of climate change on food production

As the temperatures in SA continue to climb and droughts carry on spreading destruction to local farms, we take a look of the effect of climate change and these extreme weather conditions on the cold chain, starting with the first link – food production.

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