Figure 7. Temperature distribution of chilled products at the retail market.

Twenty percent of home refrigerators surveyed were also operating above 10°C (14). Factors such as shopping time and chilled-product temperature change from store to home have also been studied. In the United States, the variation in shopping time was found to be from 30 to 45 min to over 1 h and 30 min. Product temperatures during transit by consumers were shown to rise from 5°C to 15°C in some instances.

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