APPLES: Must be kept ice cold. Taking apples
from cold storage to warm and back to cold will
cause condensation, which will break down the wax
on the surface, turning the wax into a whitish film.
GRAPES: Should never be stored next to Green
onions. Grapes will absorb the Green Onion flavor.
TOMATOES: Should not be refrigerated. These are
sub-tropical fruits and do not like the cold. Cold temperatures
kill the flavor, stop the ripening and break
down the molecular cell structure, causing the fruit
to soften. Fully ripened fruit can be refrigerated, but
not more than 48 hours.
ORANGES: Should be kept in the warmest part
of your walk-in, and should be kept away from
high humidity items, which can cause the orange to
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