Everyone wants their favorite food during the holidays. Looking for a perfect way to send a loved one some crab cakes or perishables for the holiday? Send them some of the best Maryland crab cakes from Box Hill Crab Cakes. Lighten up their holiday when they thought they would be missing out on the Maryland tradition. Shipping perishables for the holidays is a great way to surprise a loved one from Maryland that is out of town.
How we send
Your crab cakes will be safe and sound on their way to your recipient. The crab cakes will arrive in individual Styrofoam containers. All orders will be packed with dry ice to keep your order cold and fresh during shipping. We use dry ice to maintain freshness and to preserve quality.
How to send on your own
Refrigerated trailers and containers are a good option to ship perishables. Some refrigerated equipment have temperatures ranging from – 20 degrees to 50 degrees F.
Make sure you cover up your perishables tightly. Use aluminum foil or saran wrap to keep your food together.
Keep your items cool. Use a cooler to refrigerate your food. Grab a cardboard box big enough to fit a smaller Styrofoam box inside to keep the cooler tight and intact.
Use dry ice. Dry ice stays cold longer and is very useful for a lengthy shipment. There are precautions that are needed to be taken when using dry ice. Precautions such as wearing goggles and gloves when using it. Place a plastic wrap to protect the food from dry ice.
Order your crab cakes early from Box Hill and notify your loved one when they are arriving so they can safely handle their tasty gift.
Feeling Crabby this Holiday Season?
Box Hill Crab Cakes is your source for the freshest, most authentic Maryland crab cakes—and we’ll ship them to your door! Our top-secret family recipe has been fine tuned for decades and we guarantee you will love them. Visit us online to place your order or give us a call at 410-515-3662. Want to get recipe ideas, updates, and information on sales? Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Trip Advisor, YouTube, and Twitter.