When having a food business, one of the most important things to have is the right type of fridge. Although there are two types of fridges, upright and horizontal ones, the former ones are way practical and useful than the latter ones. Let’s see what are the benefits of investing in a fridge like that.


More Floor Space

Carefully planned and used space is one of the key elements when it comes to running a successful food business and having the right type of appliances has a lot to do with that. Except for their size, you should also choose appliances according to the available space. Whether you have or not enough free space in your shop, having an upright fridge freezer is great as it doesn’t take up a lot of space and you can place it anywhere you want. These types of fridges are great as they can be adjusted even in the smallest space there is.

Extensive Capacity & Variety of Sizes

Except for being the perfect storage space saver, both upright fridge freezer types can come in a range of capacities meaning that finding the right one for you would be a piece of cake. Although their capacity can be estimated by the number of the doors, make sure to check the accurate capacity before you make the purchase in order not to make a mistake.

Except for the capacity, you should also take into account the size of the fridge as they come in a wide range. Once again, the size of the fridge can also be seen from the number of doors, consequently, single door fridges are the smaller versions, while there are double and even triple door fridges, so the one you choose will mainly depend on your business needs.

Types of Upright Fridges

When it comes to the type, they can be either freestanding or integrated and the ones you choose will depend on your needs. The freestanding ones are more affordable than the integrated models and they can be moved and placed anywhere you like and you can choose between different models coming from different brands. The integrated models, on the other hand, are also known as built-in fridges which means that they need to be installed inside a cupboard or into a cabinet. Their main downside is that they’re more expensive than the freestanding models and their range is not as extensive as the other one.