Fifty/Fifty Food Storage Containers

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Fifty/Fifty Food Storage Containers

DOUBLE-WALL VACUUM-INSULATED FOOD STORAGE CONTAINERS

When you hear the name Fifty/Fifty, you normally think about their double-wall vacuum-insulated stainless steel bottles & growlers.  Until NOW!  Fifty/Fifty has just introduced their new double-wall vacuum-insulated food storage containers that keep foods cold or hot all day long!  That means you can feel free to take cold or hot foods with you when you won’t have easy access to a fridge or microwave and know that they will stay that way.  Want a cold parfait as a snack or a hot bowl of soup to bring to lunch?  The Fifty/Fifty Food Storage Containers will do that for you.  The durable wide-mouth design makes it easy to fill, eat directly from, and then clean.  The containers have a pressure-release valve that vents steam from hot foods, making sure your container is always easy to open.

Fifty/Fifty Food Storage Containers are ideal for:

  • Work or school lunches
  • Family picnics
  • Outdoor concerts or movies
  • Poolside relaxing
  • Overnight camping

You can purchase the Fifty/Fifty food storage containers in three sizes; 17 oz, 25 oz, and 34 oz.  They are made out of lightweight 18/8 stainless steel that is recyclable and non-leaching, so they will not retain taste or odor. The double-wall technology prevents condensation on the outside of the container so your lunch bag will stay nice and dry.  These containers have made lunches much better and I am excited to share them with you!

Have more questions?  Check out the Fifty/Fifty FAQ page here!

Fifty/Fifty Food Storage Containers

http://www.fiftyfiftybottles.com

List Price: $24.99 – $29.99 (each)

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