FOOD DISTRIBUTION (FROZEN or REFRIGERATED)

Shipping with dry ice in British Columbia
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  • High Density Slices/Blocks Available
  • 10 Different Sizes and Thickness
  • .78 in to 2.8 in. Thickness
  • Volume Discount Available

Dry ice is commonly used in food distribution in British Columbia and the Fraser Valley. Shippers often use blocks or slices of dry ice as they are thicker than pellets and therefore last longer and keeps food frozen longer. Frozen food and ice cream are packed in air tight plastic containers with the appropriate amount of dry ice based on how long the product needs to be kept below temperature. Be sure any meat you pack in dry ice is properly packaged and sealed in freezer wrap to ensure the dry ice does not burn the food.

We recommend the following table when trying to determine how much dry ice you will need to ship your frozen food. Please contact Fraser Valley Dry Ice for further information and guidance.

Weight of
Frozen Food
Time  In Transit
4 Hours 12 Hours 24 Hours 2 Days
2 LB 2 LB
Dry Ice
3 LB
Dry Ice
5 LB
Dry Ice
10 LB
Dry Ice
5 LB 3 LB
Dry Ice
4 LB
Dry Ice
8 LB
Dry Ice
15 LB
Dry Ice
10 LB 4 LB
Dry Ice
5 LB
Dry Ice
10 LB
Dry Ice
20 LB
Dry Ice
20 LB 5 LB
Dry Ice
8 LB
Dry Ice
15 LB
Dry Ice
25 LB
Dry Ice
50 LB 10 LB
Dry Ice
15 LB
Dry Ice
20 LB
Dry Ice
30 LB
Dry Ice

Fraser Valley Dry Ice sells and ships dry ice blasting pellets, dry ice slices, and dry ice blocks to all transportation companies and food distribution companies in British Columbia including Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Surrey, Langley, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, Richmond, White Rock, North Vancouver, Maple Ridge, Port Moody, Aldergrove, Delta, and all other towns in British Columbia that require dry ice pellets, blocks, or slices to ship food or other perishables in British Columbia.

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