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close this bookCARE Food Manual (CARE , 1998, 355 p.)
close this folderChapter 7 - Storage and Handling
close this folderII. Selecting Food Storage Facilities
close this folderB. Types of Warehouse Space Available
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View the document1. Commercial
View the document2. Government and Counterpart Storage Facilities
View the document3. Transit Warehouses and Sheds
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4. Open Storage

In emergency situations in remote regions, food may have to be stored on open ground without cover or security, thus more vulnerable to spoilage and theft. In these cases, finding high ground is critical. Open storage should be considered temporary.