Receiving Information: Good quality cauliflower should have creamy white, compact curds. Storage/Handling: Keep cauliflower away from ethylene producing fruits and ripening rooms. Temperature/humidity recommendation for short-term storage of 7 days or less: 33 _36 degrees F. 85-95% relative humidity. Store in coldest part of cooler away from doors and blowers. Avoid cross contamination with other food products such as; fresh meat, poultry, seafood, dairy products, or any fully cooked product. Maintain an active rotation system that adheres to FIFO, or ñfirst inî, first out.î Use and honor ñuse-byî dates.
Cauliflower is mostly known for it’s creamy white curds, but did you know there are purple, orange and green varieties I available too? A versatile vegetable, cauliflower can be steamed, mashed, pureed, made into casseroles, fried, or topped with cheese.