Choosing How To Keep Seafood Cold When Shipping In Foam Coolers

Keeping Seafood Cold When Shipping Long Distances – Dry Ice Vs. Gel Packs

As To Whether You Should Use Gel Packs or Dry Ice When Shipping Seafood Catches or Purchases… Assuming you’re going to use a foam shipping cooler to ship home your most recent catch from the charter fishing boat or from the great adventure you recently enjoyed at the local seafood store, the one thing you want to make sure of is that your cargo doesn’t go bad on you while in transit.  This means you need to choose the appropriate refrigerant. Did you know that using dry ice is a bad idea in certain seafood shipping scenarios?  What’s more, did you know that using cubed ice could be the worst …

Offshore Caterers Using Insul-Pak Shipping Coolers for Better Food Protection

As numerous food service suppliers have discovered, LoBoy’s Insul-Pak brand of superior-grade EPS foam shipping coolers are a perfect tool for packaging temperature-sensitive food and medicines at distribution points on land for transport to offshore wells and remote drilling sites. Specialized food service caterers are responsible for making sure that hard-working crews stay well-fed with high-quality, delicious meals.   To do this, they need the right insulated shipping boxes and insulated shipping containers that not only protect the contents from temperature swings, but also provide a relatively inexpensive option to much more costly hard shell plastic or metal coolers. Catering vendors who supply food service to oil wells, exploration platforms, and …

Shipping Your Seafood Catch or Seafood Market Purchases

The LoBoy Foam Coolers Team Discusses How To Ship The Seafood You Catch Or Purchase There are three very important factors that can determine whether your seafood shipment arrives ready to prepare or ready to throw away. The most recent informative article released on the web by the makers of the legendary LoBoy foam cooler explains this triad of vital considerations when deciding how to ship seafood across long distances.  This covers seafood you catch when out on charter fishing trips or seafood you buy from a local seafood market while traveling. Shipping perishable seafood across entire states and over long distances requires the right tools for the job; otherwise …