• emily wong

How to pack frozen or cold food for shipping

Updated: Apr 23

When it comes to running an online business, it is important to be equipped with the knowledge of how to ship your products. This is especially so for businesses who sell frozen or cold food as their food might get contaminated if not packed properly.

The process of packing frozen or cold food might sound simple, but there are many challenges like extreme temperatures, humidity, and spoilage that you should be aware of when packing cold food for shipping. JustShip has prepared a few tips for you to follow to help you with your packing:


  1. To prevent heat/humidity penetration from occurring, wrap your food in an airtight bag/container

  2. For cookies or pastries, wrap them in a plastic wrap or wax paper to prevent the pastry from sticking to the container

  3. For seafood, wrap it twice for more protection against the extreme weather

  4. After placing your food in the airtight and/or watertight packaging, put the package in a cold shipping box with insulated cooling if possible

  5. Make sure to have enough dry ice or frozen gel packs in the cold shipping box to keep your food cool the entire transit (If you are using dry ice, ventilation is needed in the container/box)

  6. Then, place the cold shipping box in a cardboard shipping box

  7. Fill the gaps with packing peanuts or similar packing material


If packing cold food is too much of a hassle for you, JustShip can do it for you! JustShip has professional packing services available for you.


Many online businesses want to expand their business by branching out to other countries, but sometimes shipping costs can be prohibitive. JustShip offers affordable shipping worldwide for businesses. For consumers, we have just opened up a few countries to ship to, including Spain! If your business requires you to ship from Singapore to Spain, JustShip is the provider for you as we offer cheap shipping to Spain! With JustShip making the deliveries to Spain for you, you no longer need to worry about the shipping cost to Spain when you send packages to Spain!



For more information, click on International shipping Spain.


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