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cook-chill

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Definition of cook-chill in English:

adjective

[attributive] British
Relating to or denoting a procedure whereby food is cooked and refrigerated by the manufacturer ready for reheating by the consumer: cook-chill food cook-chill processes
More example sentences
  • I had broken the story on Monday that City of York Council was considering buying cook-chill food from York District Hospital to give to residents in its elderly person's homes, with some of the homes' own cooks facing the chop.
  • She believes the current cook-chill methods where food is transported from a factory in Colchester 150 miles away before being reheated at the GWH could prove to be fatal due to several crisis points on route.
  • We get choice and quality using cook-chill food.

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