How to keep moist food dry in a container? Use the right size drip trays and keep the excess moisture away.
Why does moist food rot faster?
Oxygen, temperature and moisture are the key elements for bacteria growth which make the food go bad, get moldy and lose its nutritional value. Vacuum eliminates the oxygen and the refrigerator lowers the temperature. By adding the drip trays to the bottom of the container, you prevent the contact of food and excess moisture.
Use of the rectangular drip tray
When storing wet and moist food items, excess fluids collect on the bottom of the container and cause the food to turn black. If you use the drip inserts, the water and juices drain off and food items stay dry and fresh longer and therefore of better quality and full of taste. These drip trays are suitable for 0.5 and 0.8-liters vacuum containers.
- Store washed berries and prevent rotting in excess water.
- Slice all kinds of fruit for snacks and keep it fresh for longer.
- Washed cherry tomatoes, radishes, and other small vegetables will be ready for everyday use.
Wash them by hand or in the dishwasher.
Inserts are made of food-grade and BPA-free polypropylene.