Food Grade Warehousing
Roadrunner Cold Storage, LLC, a division of Roadrunner Food Bank, provides state-of-the-art cold storage services as well as dry storage in a 133,300 square foot warehouse at our location in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The facility is conveniently located near two major interstates. The warehouse is within five minutes of I-25 and 10 minutes from I-40.
Cold storage at Roadrunner Food Bank provides both freezer and refrigeration services. Our cold storage area has nearly 300,000 cubic feet of space and more than 1,100 pallet spaces. A sizeable part of the cold storage space is available for lease. Cold storage in our warehouse is ideal for food products that need to be kept frozen or for food items that are highly perishable and must be kept at the proper freezer or refrigerated temperatures.
Our dry storage is also potentially available for lease. With more than 4,700 pallet locations, we have the ability to store food items that do not need to be temperature regulated. Our dry storage is very clean, well-kept and maintained.
Staff follows and adheres to strict regulations when it comes to food safety and food handling. Plus, the 133,300 square foot warehouse is regularly inspected for food safety, cleanliness and other requirements when managing a food grade warehouse.
Warehouse Features and Services
- USDA certified warehouse
- AIB certified facility
- More than 4,700 pallet locations for dry storage needs
- More than 1,100 pallet locations for cold storage needs
- 17 dock doors available for quick drop off and retrieval
- Pick-up and delivery service available
- Spotless, secure facilities
- On-site office space available
- Cross docking
- Five to 10 minute access to two major interstates
Please contact our staff to arrange using our food grade warehouse. We look forward to working with you!
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Tracy Whitmore, firstname.lastname@example.org or 505.349.8905
Wyman Burks, email@example.com or 505.349.5336
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Note: All proceeds from the limited liability corporation support the mission of Roadrunner Food Bank to FEED every hungry person today, SEED partnerships that build self-sufficiency for tomorrow and LEAD to achieve our vision of permanently ending hunger in New Mexico.
About Roadrunner Food Bank: New Mexico is ranked as one of the hungriest and most poverty stricken states in the nation. Roadrunner Food Bank, a Feeding America member, is the largest non-profit dedicated to solving hunger in New Mexico and operates locations in Albuquerque and Las Cruces. Last year, the Food Bank distributed 28 million pounds of food through its own programs, a statewide network of partner agencies, and regional food banks. Every week Roadrunner Food Bank’s hunger network helps nearly 40,000 children and adults weekly. The Food Bank also rescued more than 22 million pounds of food last year keeping food out of landfills.