Probiotics and food must be stored at the proper temperature for maximum effect and safe consumption. Probiotics do not manage a transition to heat well, and it is recommended to keep them cool during transportation and storage. Heat ends up killing off the helpful bacteria that exists as a probiotic, so we follow manufacturer instructions and guidelines to regulate products.
Probiotic manufacturers need their products and supplements to be available around the world, so proper transport methods keep probiotics in their best condition. Learn more about how probiotics are shipped and their refrigeration needs below.
Shipping Probiotics and Enzymes
When shipping product, it’s crucial to understand why probiotics and enzymes require immediate attention. A probiotic is helpful bacteria that already exists in the human body. This bacteria is typically found in foods such as dairy products, and they work to promote healthy immune systems and other bodily functions.
Similar to dairy, probiotics have a limited shelf life and storing at wrong temperatures makes them lose their effectiveness for humans. Enzymes act like probiotics in that they are in all living things. In a digestive form, they increase the frequency of chemical reactions for bodily functions.
The effectiveness of enzymes is also prohibited by factors such as time and temperature control. This means proper shipping and storage methods need to take place to prevent unwanted reactions of the supplements.
Benefits of Freezer Containers for Probiotics and Enzymes
Klinge Corporation keeps product cold or at desirable temperatures with our freezer containers. Our shipping containers keep temperatures at a constant preset number and do not allow even the slightest variation to avoid products from spoiling. We keep the control in the hands of the shipper as sensors let you monitor temperature, light exposure and more.
Probiotics and other supplements ship successfully with our Dual Redundant Deep Freezer Container for safe transport. Our Model NMF-372 is the ideal transport and storage solution for probiotics and enzymes. The system functions in the range of refrigerated temperatures of -40°C to -65°C and contains two separate freezer systems as failure backups.
Prior to freezer containers, transporting enzymes and probiotics involved the use of dry ice to keep products cold. This process is a problem of the past as our storage containers control temperatures more accurately and cut back on the health risks surrounding dry ice.
Cargo within the probiotic industry is often of high importance and can be expensive, and Klinge Corporation knows how to keep your products safe.
Deciding on the Right Freezer Unit
Klinge Corporation caters to your product. We provide a number of freezer containers to suit industries including Seafood and Meats, Military, Pharmaceuticals and Oil and Gas. If you need more information about our freezer containers or would like to request a quote for our services, one of our representatives would love to help.
Klinge Corporation wants to help transport and store your products today.