Frozen fruits are generally pre-cooled before being transported, and then put into refrigerated trucks for transportation. This is the most common method of cold chain transportation. During transportation, the refrigerated truck is also filled with ice cubes to reach the temperature at which the fruit needs to be preserved. There are many varieties of fruits, and the storage time and temperature range of each fruit are different. For example, bananas, which can change color at any time, are not suitable for freezing. They will deteriorate and cause rot in the refrigerator. Therefore, before storing fruits, they also need to be stored in different temperatures. A process is also required before the fruit enters cold storage. It needs to be refrigerated and then frozen to prevent the fruit from rotting and deteriorating. Our products mainly include bulk frozen bananas, bulk frozen mango, bulk frozen pineapple, etc.