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fridge for storing chocolates
November 1, 2007
8:31 pm
xuanyriver
Los Angeles, USA
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Hello,anybody can help me to find the fridge special for storing chocolates ( temperature and humidity controled). not display case.
I saw it on time on the website, but i forget , it's from England.It will be great if i find it in the USA.Thank you for help.
xuanchocolates

November 2, 2007
1:12 am
deb
Calgary, Canada
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Hilliards Chocolate systems has a refrigerator for chocolates.It is expensive.

November 2, 2007
10:30 pm
Ilana
Israel
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http://cool.cambro.com/product.....38;plrn=22
http://www.excel-rac.co.uk/com.....t/Itemid,1

http://www.wechillit.com/index.....232.822188

http://www.coldvink.nl/gebakvi.....richSS.htm

These are some available. I am still so small that I could not yet invest in one of these. I bought a beverage fridge (like for water bottles and soda)with a glass door, it is from Turkey, quite a good size, cost me under 500$ new and a technician that I found is putting a new temp control in it so it will be adjusted to around 14 degrees C - for chocolate. He said the humidity would be under 60%. He is coming to do it on Sun/Mon. I will see if it works and let you know-if you want.

Ilana Bar-Hai www.ganache.co.il
March 30, 2008
7:06 am
Foodpump
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Trott down to Home Despot and check out the wine coolers... These are the mini-bar sized fridges with glass doors. Constant temp around 14-18 C (forget what that is in F). A pretty cheap and viable option

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