The freshness and quality of freshly foods can be maintained for a longer period through the control of storage temperature, gas composition inside the package, and selection of packaging materials. Modified atmosphere (MA) is widely used to extend the shelf life and quality of freshly foods which changes the gas composition inside the packaging environment through elevating or decreasing the concentration of the target gasses. In this study, the MA packaging technology was employed in the storage of freshly fruits. The influences of gas composition and storage temperature on the quality changes of refrigerated fruits including lichee, lemon, and persimmon were evaluated. The results indicated that the quality for lichee can be maintained for 14 days by controlling the composition of gases (2%O2, 5%CO2, 93%N2) under storage temperature at 4℃. For lemon, there is no significantly difference in color after 28 days storage using MA packaging under storage temperature at 25℃. For persimmon, the quality change in color has no significant difference between 25℃ storage combined with MA package and 4℃ storage with regular atmosphere. The results can be applied foe the preservation of freshly fruits. In addition, the power consumption can be decreased through MA packaging instead of low temperature storage.