Affected by the epidemic, many people have reduced the need to go out to buy vegetables or gather meals. How to make people eat fresh vegetables at home every day has become a big demand. Many fresh food e-commerce platforms respond quickly, increase the supply of vegetable baskets, and deliver fresh vegetables to the home for the citizens. Cold chain logistics, which is responsible for fresh food transportation and distribution, plays a vital role in this. The popularity of fresh e-commerce is just the tip of the iceberg. In fact, the popularity of offline supermarkets or community fresh stores and hypermarkets is also of concern. "Minimize the number of trips", "Fear of the epidemic, worry about stock-outs and price increases", "People panic when others grab me", "Purchase downstairs nearby" are the reasons for everyone to choose. Industry insiders predict that this epidemic will continue to cultivate people's online shopping habits and offline shopping malls' convenience store reserves. Therefore, practitioners need to grasp the pace of corporate development. The surge in supporting equipment such as cold storage, display cabinets, island cabinets, and seafood machines will also drive demand for fully-configured condensing units, scroll compressors, and valves. While these supporting companies make good product and technology reserves, they also need to continue to use the media to spread their voices, upgrade their brands, and find reliable online platforms to adapt to changes in transaction models.