The grocery store needed zoned HVAC

Everyone has a list that they bring to the store. Everything seems to be in place for it. You gather a few things, head towards your truck plus then towards the direction of the shop. As soon as you step foot into the store you are blasted with super cold air. Obviously, their air conditioning must be set way too much. Heading down the aisles, picking up the necessary items plus then turning towards the checkout line all seems more of a stressor with heavy AC. Why do shops do this with the air conditioning unit? They could simply set the cooling method just a little chillier than outside. That would legitimately save a lot of dough for them and being easier on the AC tech. If the whole store had veggies or fruit items, the AC would make sense. But, why is the tortilla aisle and canned goods getting heavy AC? Really what would make the most sense is grocery stores using Heating, Ventilation, and A/C zone control. Cooling could be with the fruits and veggies. This keeps everything fresh. All the other breads, snacks and cookies should be at the other end of the store and getting heating. It would be way nicer for the clients and would save the store some dough doing so. Zone control is not strenuous to have either, and just get a ductless mini split or heat pump with a few indoor air handlers and temperature control devices. Then you are set to go. The dough is saved, people are more comfortable and the store is the right degree.

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