Got questions about whether or not you should use dry ice?
In a small package, dry ice can keep a box up to 7 degrees cooler at the 48 hour mark. With coconut oil being a common ingredient in many of our products at Paleo Treats, that's the difference between a delicious Treat and a melted mess.
Want to see the difference in temps? Here's a test we ran using some fancy dataloggers.
PT-1 was our standard packout, including 2 lbs of dry ice. PT-2 was the same but without the dry ice. Pretty interesting, eh?
The rules around shipping dry ice vary with carrier, here's FedEx's as an example. Check with your carrier to find out how to ship it safely!
Listen, it may sound too good to be true, but we are PSYCHED to help you learn how to ship your perishable product across the country. If you have any questions about this article or anything surrounding perishable shipping, please comment below so we can share the knowledge.
If you're in San Diego and want to test your product packout, reach out via our Contact page below and we'll fit you into our testing schedule. Yes, for free.
If you have questions but can't get a package to us for testing, use the Contact page and I'll help as much as I can.
Here's to your small food biz success!