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RD FRESH in Walk-Ins

Some of our clients have sent in pictures of RD Fresh at work in their walk-in. It's easy to see how RD Fresh is reducing moisture, cross-contamination, saving time and money.

Cavalier Country Club

Dry Aging Steaks

The Cavalier Yacht & Country Club in Virginia Beach, VA is using the unique moisture absorbtion properties of RD Fresh to "Dry Age" steak in their walk-in cooler!

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 The Atlantic Hotel

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The Atlantic Hotel & Spa in Fort Lauderdale, FL takes advantage of the extra shelf life they get by using RD Fresh by purchasing fresh herbs and vegetables in bulk for big savings! The Executive Chef makes certain that everything is exposed to allow the produce to "breathe" and get the most benefit from RD Fresh.

 

 

JB's Restaurant 

Stopping Cross Contamination of Odors 

JB's on the Beach located in Deerfield Beach, FL is now able to keep seafood, meats, rice and vegetables together in their walk-in without any cross-contamination using RD Fresh. Notice how exposed rice and fish are stacked next to each other! Even freshly made pies and deserts are stored next to seafood! They also save time and money by not needing to individually wrap seafood, food or vegetables all in the same cooler.

 

 

JMark's Restuarant

Preventing  Microbial Growth 

 J.Mark's Restaurant in Fort Lauderdale, FL has been a RD Fresh customer since 2008. Notice from the images below how RD Fresh in J.Mark's walk-in prevents moisture beads from forming on proofing bread and exposed butter preventing cross-contamination! As noted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration - Evaluation and Definition of Potentially Hazardous Foods, Chapter 3. Factors that Influence Microbial Growth Microorganisms need water in an available form to grow in food products. The control of the moisture content in foods is one of the oldest exploited preservation strategies.