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Thermos® Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Food Jar

Written by lee on . Posted in Cookware & Appliances, Reviews

Thermos-Stainless-King-Food-Flask-0.47-Litre-Blue I’m excited to be reviewing the Thermos® Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Food Jar.
I personally use this product to carry around foods and employ it religiously whenever I’m doing my Heal Your Gut program as it’s the perfect vessel to transport around soups and mashes without having any accidents on my travels.
Using a Thermos® ensures that every single one of my recipes stays conveniently warm or chilled and ready to eat whenever I need it. Because the seal is leak proof, you can pop it in your bag without fearing the worst and it has maximum temperature retention, keeping food hot for up to 7 hours and cold for up to 9 hours for those chilled drinks you want to keep cool in summer.
I tend to avoid using plastic where and whenever I can so Thermos® is the perfect option for anyone wanting a spill-proof vessel to carry fibre rich soups, hot drinks and mashes to work or if you’re travelling on the go.
Thermos® is the leading manufacturer of insulated food and beverage products worldwide and has been for over one hundred years so you can really trust that the quality and usability is top notch.
I love the fact that the jar is really functional and also stylish too.  I have the dark blue one and it looks truly gorgeous.  It has an unbreakable stainless steel interior and exterior so you know that it’s going to last the distance and it comes with a cute full size stainless steel folding spoon.
You don’t have to worry about the feel of it either, it’s beautifully cool to the touch when filled with hot liquids and sweat proof when you ferrying cold beverages from A to B.  It has a wide mouth making it easy to fill, eat from and most importantly clean when you get back home to the wash basin.
The Thermos® Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Food Jar can be purchased here.   (RRP: $29.99)  

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