What is superchilling and how can it help?
Superchilling technologies, use a technique of cooling a product down to a temperature at which the product starts to freeze, generally around –1.5°C to–2°C, and then storing it at that temperature. At this range some of the product is ice and some contains liquid water – this is called the aqueous phase. The process can be achieved using standard blast chillers.


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