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Pac ‘n Vac Lunchpacs make summer school lunches safer

lunch pacsGreat news! You can make your child’s pack lunch not only fresher but safer too, by putting it in one of our Pac ‘n Vac Lunchpacs.  With schools increasingly concerned about food safety, especially during hot weather, Pac ‘n Vac school Lunchpacs go further than just freshness. While the Lunchpac itself keeps the food cool with internal insulation, a vacuum food storage box in the base goes one step better than airtight, creating a vacuum around the food that helps to keep it in optimum condition all morning.

Pac ‘n Vac school lunch packs are mega-practical, too. Simply put your child’s sandwiches, rolls, pasta salad or whatever in the vacuum food box overnight in the fridge. Then in the morning, pop it in the special super-insulated base of the bag, put a drink and some fruit in the top section and they’re ready to go! To keep the food extra cold, you could add your own gel pack to the base of the Pac ‘n Vac Lunchpac.

Pac ‘n Vac Lunchpacs come in the coolest of contemporary designs in a fabulous choice of wipe-clean fabrics, from plain black or blue to funky circles, stripes or flowers. Choose one of the Pac ‘n Vac school lunch packs with a vacuum food storage box included for the freshest, safest pack lunches in school.

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Stop food waste in Europe petition

Thanks to a huge petition on launched by Arash Derambarsh, a municipal councillor in Courbevoie, France introduced a new law requiring supermarkets to donate unsold food to charity. This French victory has created an echo around the world. Read the article here, you can also sign the petition.    

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The Biscuit Beetle – yes really!

If you are squeamish don’t read this. It is not only fresh food products that need protection in a Pac ‘n Vac box. We also need to protect our dried goods ie flour, coffee, herbs and spices, biscuits. Common to the UK is the biscuit beetle. It can’t survive when there is a vacuum present […]

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UK throws away 15 million tonnes of food a year

We as a nation throw away in excess of 15 million tonnes of food a year of which 50% comes from our homes. This is quite scandalous not only because we are wasting a valuable resource that half the world struggles to create but also because it is home finance being thrown away. With one […]

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73% of chickens could have campylobacter contamination

A recent study by the Food Standards Agency over a period of a year have found that upwards of 73% of chickens bought over the test period showed positive signs of campylobacter. Pac ‘n Vac boxes cannot stop the presence of this organism but it can slow the rate of its growth in your fridge. […]

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