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5 Rules of Refrigeration

04-20 2020


5 Rule of Refrigeration 

Are you refrigerating right? Plus, extra tips on storing your food safely!

1、Do not overload

Avoid cramming up your refrigerator excessively as cold air needs to circulate around the food. Also, you could potentially block out the cooling unit that keeps your items cold and your fridge door might not shut properly. Cast your worries about air circulation aside with Haier’s 360° Precise Cooling Technology that comprises a double-sided and hidden cooling outlet that cools your refrigerator from all sides.

2、New stock behind

Widely used in commercial kitchens, follow the First-In First-Out (FIFO) method and store items with the earliest expiration date in front of items with later dates. This way, you can avoid wasting food (and money) by consuming older stock first! 

3、The two-hour rule

Never leave meat, seafood, or other foods that require refrigeration out at room temperature for more than two hours to prevent spoilage.

Need to thaw meat or frozen food for cooking? Use the freezer-to-fridge method to thaw frozen ingredients safely. With Haier’s Magic Room technology, you can go from -18°C to 5°C (and anywhere in between) with ease!


4、Keep them covered

Keep all your food well-covered in containers or storage bags to prevent your leftovers from drying up, or worse, contaminating other items in your refrigerator. Store wet and dry foods separately with Haier refrigerator’s Humidity Control System that provides wet and dry zones. That way, your groceries will stay fresher, longer.


5、Be alert

While our refrigerators are meant to keep food fresh, it’s better to be alert for spoiled food that looks or smells bad. Check your leftovers daily for spoilage! Keep your refrigerator smelling fresh and odour-free with Haier refrigerator’s DEO Fresh technology that works to eliminate unpleasant odours while keeping your items garden-fresh!

Proper refrigeration is essential in keeping you and your loved ones safe, so here are some extra tips on storing your food safely!