People always have a doubt when it comes to fried food packaging and we are clearing it today.
If not for the best disposable plate for dinner, “how to keep fried food crispy” would have been the top question from customers. Yes, the last thing you want is fried food turning soggy when it arrives to your customer. We have covered ventilation holes on lunch boxes and some of the ideal packaging options. This time, our bio lunch box is used to pack fried food.
Use the Eco Lunch Box Beyond Fried Food Packaging
A study from Harvard indicates that packing hot food in plastic can be harmful. This is why our eco lunch box, which is made from paddy straw, is a common pick for fried rice, briyani and noodles. But what about a dish which is entirely deep-fried? Let’s say fried chicken, fish and chips and more. The similar takeaway container will be suitable, because it has small gaps that allow the hot air to seep out. If the hot food is completely inside, it releases air which turns into moisture. That’s when you end up with soggy, pale fried food.
The image above shows dish of fried okra in the biodegradable lunch box. The portion fits in perfectly and the crispiness of the batter is evident. Some might consider packaging them in food grade paper bag, but those oily patches may not be quite appealing. Nevertheless, it’s the perfect portioning for a side dish. For a family meal, the lunch box can pack up all the dry dishes, while the disposable bowls take care of gravies. Click here to watch the video of our 750ml bowl for hot ramen.
More videos of the biodegradable food box used for hot food:
- Made from paddy straw from Malaysia
- No layer of plastic on the lunch box
- Strong quality
- Oil resistance of approximately 1 to 2 hours
We are sure you have a solid fried food packaging now. Thank you for considering eco friendly plates and lunch boxes to reduce plastic waste.
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