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The 'frozen' products are stored at (-) minus 18 to 25 Degree Celsius
The 'chilled’ products are stored at 0 to +4 Degree Celsius
The ambient or 'temperature-controlled' products are stored at (+) plus 15 to 18 Degree Celsius.
Due to globalisation & increased spending power, the Indian consumer is now willing to try out varieties of foods, beverages and multi-cuisine foods. Easy access to such products at supermarkets and malls have accelerated the introduction of global foods in India. India is witnessing the inflow of several big multinationals in the industry setting up base/distribution here.
FEC provides specialised services which take care of all the complex documentation, strict regulations, lab testing, NOCs, procedures and compliances; including SVB / PD Bond procedure for Foreign Multinational Companies.
Customs clearance for Frozen Foods is characterised not only by some of the complex requirements inherent to the Foods & Beverages industry but also there is the constant need to maintain the cargo at the desired temperature as well as the urgency in clearance due to high plugging, monitoring & detention charges.
Typical Products Under Chilled & Frozen Foods Include:
- All types of Cheese, Yogurt, Butter, Ice-cream and various other Milk and Dairy based Products
- Ready-to-Eat, Ready-to-Bake and Ready-to-Cook Frozen Foods
- Pastries and other Bakery Industry related Products
- Fish, Poultry and Meat Frozen Foods
- Food Ingredients (temperature sensitive)
- Any other Ambient or Chilled or Frozen Foods