What’s the best way of storing fresh meat and freshly washed fruits and vegetables? Use a drip tray with separators to prevent contact with excess moisture.
Vacuum packing slows down the process of oxidation
By vacuum packing food and storing it in the refrigerator, you eliminate two important factors of food degradation – oxygen and temperature. By adding drip trays in your food vacuum containers you eliminate moisture and by that prevent rotting and spoilage of stored food. Water drains off through holes and food stays dry.
Drip tray with a separators
We added two dividers to a drip tray which enable you to divide a 3- or 4.5-litre food vacuum container in two or three sections and store different food items at once – bread, salami, and cheese or arugula, tomato, and onion. There are endless possibilities because aromas don’t spread in vacuum and stored foods won’t absorb other aromas.
Use rectangular drip trays and dividers for storing different ingredients in one vacuum container
The largest vacuum containers can be used for storing different smaller items at once and therefore optimally using the space in the refrigerator.
- Prepare lunch for school or for on-the-go – bagel, cheese, and sliced apple.
- Separate different kinds of lettuce – arugula, lamb’s lettuce, and spinach.
- Extend the freshness of fresh herbs – parsley, basil, and thyme.
- Surprise your kids with versatile snacks – chips, Cheetos, and pretzels.
- Separate different kinds of meat for barbecue – chicken, and steaks.
Drip trays with dividers can be washed by hand or in the dishwasher.
Drip trays and dividers are made of BPA-free and food-grade polypropylene.