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Perceptiveness on the Enhanced Cold Storage Facilities
There are tremendous changes in the demand of varieties of food, eating habits and the lifestyle. This change had an impact on the availability of cold chain. The cold chain facilitates the transportation and warehousing of the produce in refrigerated condition. Various produce that are perishable and seasonal to be made available for the consumers throughout the year is one of the aims of cold chain industry. There is a huge loss of agricultural products due to the lack of cold storage facilities. This study focuses to understand the means by which quality products without losing the freshness, genuine taste and appearance can be made available to consumers.
Cold Storage, Chain, Agricultural Produce, Warehousing, Transportation.
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