Easy Breezy Picnic Storage Solutions

As the days get warmer and my weekly plans involve park hangs and lunch breaks outside, I look for on-the-go food storage solutions. The PackIt Freezable Snack Bag and Bento Mini Container are excellent choices for keeping snacks fresh and cool, especially during the summer. 

The PackIt Freezable Snack Bag

The PackIt Freezable Snack Bag  is designed with PackIt’s patented EcoFreeze Technology which incorporates built-in freezable gel to keep snacks cool for hours. I stick this little snack bag in my freezer and take it out when I’m ready to fill it up with the snacks I want to stay cold (lately it’s cherries, watermelon, and my favorite chocolate covered pistachios!). The bag is made from food-safe, nontoxic poly canvas and is free from PVC, BPA, phthalate, and lead. It’s compact and durable, making it a great choice for carrying fresh fruit or cold cut snacks.

Bento Mini Container

Something that I love to keep in my snack bag? PackIt’s Bento Mini Container. The Bento Mini Container is a versatile container that includes a leak-resistant divider, allowing you to separate different types of snacks. It’s made with a shatter-resistant Tritan base and is BPA, PVC, phthalate, and lead-free. The container is also microwavable and dishwasher safe, making it convenient for everyday use. I like to  freeze my Snack Bag and place the Bento Mini Container inside to carry a variety of snacks while keeping them cool. The leak-resistant divider in the Bento Mini Container allows me to separate wet from dry ingredients so I can pack  sliced cucumbers and hummus, or even some yogurt and granola.

I highly recommend enjoying your summer outings with fresh, cool snacks using innovative storage solutions from PackIt!

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Hannah Kadyrov

Hannah Kadyrov is a native New Yorker and first generation American. Hannah studied Fine Arts at The Fashion Institute of Technology before spending the next few years working different roles in Print Publishing and Advertising. Her current focus is painting as much as possible and writing about anything and everything.