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Do It Yourself SuperPail Combo

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Do It Yourself SuperPail Combo
Sku: MS C250

Availability: In stock

List $125.71

Sale Price: $79.99

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This DIY SuperPail™ Combo allows you to protect your long-term storage foods from the deteriorating effects of oxygen, light, and moisture—all in the comfort of your own home. Foods protected from oxygen and light store longer, and keeping foods in plastic buckets alone leaves your foods exposed. Use this combination of food-grade plastic buckets, metalized storage bags, and oxygen absorbers to package grains, legumes, and other low-moisture foods for more effective long-term storage.
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Approx. Weight 26 lbs 7.84 oz
Additional Info Number of oxygen absorbers to use:
0-15 lbs - 3 absorbers needed
16-35 lbs - 2 absorbers needed
over 35 lbs - 1 absorbers needed

Simply fill your metalized bag with dried product, insert an oxygen absorber, heat seal the metalized bag using a warm iron or industrial sealer and then place the sealed bag inside a food grade plastic bucket. For any oxygen absorbers packets that are not being used immediately, place them in an air-tight storage container such as a freezer-grade zip top bag to preserve them for later use.

Oxygen absorbers protect packaged food and other products against spoilage, mold growth, color change, loss of nutritive values and loss of quality by removing residual oxygen inside the packaging (to below .01%). Effectively protect your food and extend the shelf life without the use of food additives and preservatives. There is no need for moisture to activate these fast reacting absorbers. The applications are many including: flour, grain, dried mixes, dried fruits, dehydrated vegetables, beef jerky and other meats, nuts and snacks, spices and seasonings, candies and confectioneries, bird seed and pet food, breads and cakes, cookies and pastries, dietary supplements, even art work and important documents.
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