If one ordered frozen food from an online store and it happened to be delivered at the person's front door on shabbat (unintended) would it be permissible to place the food in a freezer (with no light on of course to prevent monetary loss) even though it would not be used during shabbat or would the frozen food be considered mukzah (and should not be touched)?
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