Q: Can I refreeze meat that has been thawed? A: When meat has reached “danger zones” of 4°C and 60°C, it is not recommended to refreeze meat for later consumption. There is usually an assumption that meat when bought in the temperature stored stated above will be consumed within 2 to 4 hours. However, in … Read more
Q: Does freezing meat destroy all the nutrients? A: No. Freezing doesn’t destroy any microorganisms, but puts them in a dormant state. The meat doesn’t spoil while it is frozen. Freezing allows the meat to preserve its freshness, taste, nutritional value and quality. All our meat is frozen at recommended -18°C.
Q: I’ve noticed that there is no expiry date labeled on the frozen meat. Is there any expiration for frozen meat? A: Frozen meat can last beyond 6 months (> 1 year) upon freezing. As we are a major distributor, all frozen meat products are being replenished almost on a daily to week basis. Fresh … Read more
Q: How long would my frozen meat stay fresh? A: Freezing is the safest way to consume meat at a later time. When meat is frozen correctly and maintained at the optimal freezing temperature, it should stay good for 6 months or more. We recommend immediate cooking and consumption once you have thawed your meats.
Q: Does frozen meat come from leftover chilled meat or inferior sources? A: No. Frozen meat comes from freshly slaughtered animals, froze and shipped directly to our distribution center.
Q: Is the dark colored frozen meat an indicator that the meat has gone bad? A: No. The color of meat, whether it is frozen, chilled or thawed, is affected by the presence (or absence) of oxygen. As frozen meat is vacuum sealed, it is seen to be darker in color as oxygen is not … Read more
Q: Does the process of freezing affect the quality, taste, and nutritional value of the meat? A: Freezing meat is the best way to extend its shelf life. The process of having it frozen allows the meat to preserve its freshness, taste, nutritional value and quality. There is little change in nutrient value during storage … Read more