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Welcome! The only thing I can think of is coolers. You’d have to drain it and replace ice often or refreeze any freezer packs you use. If you have time before the move I’d work on using up as much as you can so you don’t need to worry about transporting it.
 

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Coolers won't keep food frozen for long. I would use it up, give it to friends, or donate to a food bank or charity that cooks meals for the needy. If you donate it, get receipts so you can use it as a tax deduction.

Dry ice might work, but you would need A LOT and it's expensive.
 
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