Prepare your food at home and take it with you in your lunch box. Meal prep is the latest food trend – and not just for fitness enthusiasts. There are lots of good reasons to prepare your own meals: as well as knowing what’s in your food, you’ll also save money and help to protect the environment. You can also prepare big batches of food for the whole week, then put them in the fridge or even freeze them. Emsa’s CLIP & GO, CLIP & CLOSE, CLIP & MICRO and CLIP & CLOSE Glass ranges make preparing meals an incredibly easy task.
Make those pre-packaged ready meals a thing of the past by using CLIP & CLOSE containers in your fridge at home. Meals stay fresh for longer* in the Emsa food storage containers. You can even prepare them at the beginning of the week – thanks to the unique freshness seal in the lid, germs or dishwasher residue won’t stand a chance. They have a completely airtight seal that not only keeps food fresh but also makes sure they reach their destination intact. So now you can even transport soup and curries in your bag without a second thought.
Instead of reaching for unhealthy fast food when your stomach is grumbling, Emsa has a fresh, healthy alternative to offer. The practical CLIP & GO range lets you prepare fresh, healthy yoghurt, snacks, sandwiches, salads or even a complete lunch and keep it handy when you’re ready to eat on the go.
With CLIP & MICRO, the meals you prepared earlier will be ready to eat in next to no time: simply place in the microwave with the valve open in the lid. This ensures that the contents will be heated splash-free and without spoiling the food, while also allowing the steam to escape. The CLIP & CLOSE Glass bowls also guarantee quick meal prep – even in the oven. The high-quality borosilicate glass ensures perfect heat distribution and is remarkably robust. Practical: you can use the same kitchenware to prepare and eat your meal, so it will be ready to serve immediately without the need to transfer it to another dish. You can also place any leftovers straight into the fridge or the freezer in the same dish.
*Benchmarking food storage containers, a study conducted by Prof. Dr. Fritz Titgemeyer, Professor of Food Microbiology at the Münster University of Applied Sciences, Department of Oecotrophology, September to December 2012; tests conducted by the Institute for Sustainable Food and Nutritional Sciences (ISuN) at the Münster University of Applied Sciences, July to December 2014. 2014.
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