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[Side-By-Side Refrigerators] Food items, Fruits and Vegetables Storage guide

  • Cooling Issues
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  • Troubleshooting
  • Refrigerators
  • Last Updated 06/29/2018

 

Where should I store what in my Side-By-Side Refrigerator?

 

Symptom Storage
  

             1. Food Storage Guide 

 

Cause Reason

 

             1. Vegetables and fruits should be stored differently to keep freshness and optimum perseveration.

            2. Food Items (cooked or uncooked) need to be placed at appropriate temperature zones

 

How to fix How to Store
 
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Additional Special Note for Fruits & Vegetables Storage 

Vegetables and fruits should be kept according to recommended temperatures.

1) 10~15℃: Banana, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lemon, Melon, Pineapple, Watermelon
2) 4~10℃: Cucumber, Eggplant, Kidney bean, Pea, Orange, Pepper, Pomegranate
3) 0~ 4℃: Sliced fruits (Pineapple, Watermelon, and others  - Wrap sliced foods)
4) 0~ 2℃: Apple, Apricot, Cabbage, Carrot, Cherry, Corn, Garlic, Grape, Pear, Strawberry, and other domestic vegetables

 

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