Aluminum foil lunch boxes and containers
Aluminum foil lunch boxes and containers are the best alternative to plastic tableware in the catering and takeout markets, especially for group dining units, large-scale events, and emergency support situations. In the aluminum foil lunch box scheme, the food can be completely sealed to ensure that it is not contaminated by bacteria and viruses during transportation and distribution; Food will not be spilled and the site should be kept clean. Aluminum foil has excellent barrier properties, which can effectively prevent food from spoiling in high-temperature environments. Especially in areas where people gather in large numbers, such as schools and hospitals, food safety and public health can be ensured. Sealed lunch boxes can be mixed, set, or individually packaged according to different varieties, providing consumers with a variety of combinations and choices according to their conditions.
In large-scale events and centralized dining venues, a pantry can be set up on-site for refrigeration and heating, providing meals at any time. Consumers can also heat food in various ways. After meals, aluminum foil lunch boxes can be compressed on-site for storage and transportation, greatly reducing the amount of garbage and improving disposal capacity. The continuously improving and improving community waste classification and recycling system helps to improve the classification and recycling of aluminum foil lunch boxes and containers, which can enter the urban waste recycling system until complete recycling of aluminum materials is achieved. During garbage incineration, the incineration of aluminum foil lunch boxes and containers does not produce harmful gases.
Recent scientific research has shown that compared to materials such as plastic, steel, paper, glass, and wood, the coronavirus has the shortest survival time (2-8 hours) on the surface of aluminum. This indicates that aluminum foil packaging may be the best packaging material for cold chain storage and transportation of fresh, food, and pharmaceutical equipment.