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Synonyms for deep-freeze

electric refrigerator (trade name Deepfreeze) in which food is frozen and stored for long periods of time

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The Pod's key function is to bridge the gap between the deep-frozen production or storage environment and NewCold's auto-loading 44-pallet double-deck trailers - also designed and manufactured by Gray and Adams.
NewCold has already bolstered its UK deep-frozen storage and handling capability with the addition of 600,000 cubic metres of fully automated deep-frozen capacity to its Wakefield site.
They are not dried or deep-frozen and thus keep their natural flavour spectrum without taking on any dried notes.
In Jason X, the indestructible killer has been captured and is about to be deep-frozen when the cryogenic experiment goes wrong.
ONE of the most potentially dangerous foods we can eat is the deep-frozen "jumbo-burger" or quarter-pounder.
If one also considers sales of frozen or deep-frozen poultry of 464,000 tons, the per capita consumption figure including poultry rises to 23.1 kg (22.4 kg).
These they supply to many of our well know retail chains, and they are also involved in the production of chilled and deep-frozen Asian style ready-meals and food components.