Quinton Woods shares new storage technology for root vegetables

The management team at Gwillimdale Farms took several trips to Europe to track down state-of-the-art cooling and storage equipment for root vegetables. They settled on French company Klim ‘Top Controls for a system that pulls air through the boxes. 

 

Karen Davidson, goes "Behind the Scenes" of the September 2019 cover story titled "Cold comfort, the new standard in root vegetable storage" and speaks with Quinton Woods. He discusses the benefits of the system including better quality produce for longer storage periods with lower electricity bills.

 

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