Covid-19’s impact on food freezing and chilling

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There’s nothing like the sight of empty supermarket shelves during a global pandemic to spark fears of food shortages. When news of coronavirus (Covid-19) grabbed the world’s attention earlier this year, anxious shoppers stripped bare the shelves of cupboard staples like pasta, rice, flour and tinned foods, as well as ...

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