- The lowdown on leftovers. Wagner, Eliza // Natural Health;Oct99, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p73
Provides tips on storing and reheating leftover food. Avoidance of leaving perishable food at room temperature for more than two hours to prevent bacterial growth; Trapping in of moisture by putting lids on containers; Types of plastic cling wrap; Reheating do's and don'ts.
- HOW FROZEN IS FROZEN? Nall, Stephanie // Air Cargo World;Fall2005 Supplement, Vol. 95, p6
The article presents information about new technology containers for storage at low temperatures being used by the seafood industry. The lower temperatures can increase the shelf life and result in higher quality food products. The difference between minus-18 degrees Celsius and minus-35 degrees...
- Blueberries with longer shelf lives. // Greenhouse Management;Aug2014 Supplement Produce Grower, p8
The article presents a study conducted by Oregon State University (OSU) food scientist Yanyun Zhao, with international team of scientists in China, which revealed an edible coating with blueberry leaf extracts that helped retain water and delay decay.
- How Green Is That... Snack Bag? O'Neill, Kristen // Our Planet: Weekly Newsletter of E Magazine;8/16/2009, p4
The article evaluates eco-friendly food storage products in the U.S. Is presented including cellulose bags and cotton snack bags from Green Home, stainless steel food container from New Wave Enviro, and sandwich wraps and snack bags from Eco Lunch gear
- Bear Canister Basics. // Backpacker;Sep2014, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p43
The article offers recommendations on how to use bear canisters for food storage during hiking and also mentions how to plan for the food menu that can be stored in canisters.
- HOW TO AVOID THOSE kitchen slip-ups. Fittall, Karen // Good Health & Medicine;Sep2008, p142
This article discusses common mistakes being made in the kitchen that reduces nutrients in food and ways to avoid it. One common mistake is storing foods in see-through containers because light, whether it is sunlight or fluorescent, can destroy nutrients, such as vitamin A. Buying fresh produce...
- Dining al desko. Pressner, Amanda // Self;Sep2004, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p120
Features several reusable lunch accessories. Separation of bread from fruits and vegetables with the Sandwich Plus Lunch Container; Prevention of orange plastic with the Rubbermaid Stain Shield food storage; Usability of the Thermos Food Jar with Folding Spoon.
- 2006 Personnel Trainer: Kitchen Storage. // Gourmet Retailer;Feb2006, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p68
The article presents several questions and answers related to food containers. One reader asks about the advantages of airtight sealing of food containers. Another reader asks about the reasons for the wide variety of containers available. A reader asks about how food containers are made.
- Sales of food storage and survival products surge dramaticaly. // Countryside & Small Stock Journal;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 82 Issue 6, p12
Reports on the huge surge in sales of food storage and survival products in the United States. Reason for the surge; Record sales of Walton Feed in 1997.