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compass.ups.com/food-packaging-tips-for-holiday-shipping

Sending food items? Here's how to make sure they get to their destination safely. If you're planning to ship perishables like cookies, cakes and even refrigerated ...

www.fedex.com/us/perishables

Information on shipping perishable items, including refrigerated and frozen food that requires proper packaging, temperature control and fast delivery.

www.ediblecommerce.com/single-post/2015/10/16/A-Small-Business-Guide-to-Shipping-Perishable-Food

Oct 16, 2015 ... Large companies like Omaha Steaks can make shipping perishable products look easy, but as a small food producer, selling perishable food ...

www.wikihow.com/Ship-Perishable-Food

How to Ship Perishable Food. You can ship perishable items at your own risk if they are properly packaged, abide by regulations, and can be delivered in a ...

www.packagefox.com/blog/how-to-ship-perishable-foods

Apr 29, 2014 ... SHIPPING PERISHABLE FOODS IS AS EASY AS PIE! Tired of joking with your grand-kids who've gone off to college that you'll send them your ...

traveltips.usatoday.com/mail-frozen-refrigerated-food-61211.html

Pack the frozen or refrigerated food into airtight containers to reduce the risk of spillage during shipping. Plastic containers with snap-on lids or plastic zip-top ...

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About Shipping Perishable Items. Between May 1 and October 1, some products require special packaging to make sure they arrive in good condition. The only ...

www.foodydirect.com/pages/shipping_information

FoodyDirect General Shipping and Packaging Information ... Due to its perishable nature, all food is carefully packaged and, in many cases, frozen or chilled ...

www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-ship-perishable-food-with-ups

Food mailed to loved ones in other cities, states and countries can bring joy to both the shipper and receiver. With perishable items being sent through UPS, it is  ...