What does it mean to “hold food cold”?

6 Answers

  • Backwoods Barbie
    1 month ago

    To keep in cold, like in a refrigerator or on ice, or in a cooler…etc..:)

  • danzler
    5 days ago

    Hold Food Cold

  • Ms. Diamond Girl
    1 month ago

    Hold food cold:

    Place cold food in containers on ice. Hold cold foods at or below 40 °F. Food that will be portioned and served on the serving line should be placed in a shallow container. Place this container inside a deep pan filled partially with ice to keep food cold.

    Food like chicken salad and desserts in individual serving dishes can also be placed directly on ice, or in a shallow container set in a deep pan filled with ice.

    Drain off water as ice melts and replace ice frequently.

    A term frequently in catering:

    USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service helps consumers to safely plan and serve food for group


    hope this helps. good luck.

  • Dave C
    1 month ago

    It means that you can’t hold or carry food unless you have a cold.

  • blue♥♥eyes
    1 month ago

    To keep it cold. You would want to ‘hold milk cold.’

  • Z-boy
    1 month ago

    keep cold

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