[nafex] affordable frozen fruit containers

Thomas Olenio tolenio at sentex.net
Sun Nov 11 10:04:25 EST 2001


Hi,

We don't buy containers of this type at all.  We simply save the
containers that magarine, cottage cheese, and other various products come
in.

The 1 liter sized yogurt are perfect for freezing applesauce.  Smaller
sizes also work for fresh whole berries.

Just run them through the dishwasher and they are squeaky clean.  You will
get multiple uses out of them.

Save 2 liter pop bottles for freezing all of your cider and juices too.
Just leave plenty of expansion room in the bottles as water expands when
it freezes.

Tom

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On Sat, 10 Nov 2001, del stubbs wrote:

> My wife has been buying plastic containers for freezer jam, frozen
> applesauce,  etc. quite reasonably, so I thought I'd pass it along.
> What my wife gets are 8 oz. and 16 oz. 'deli containers', 50 to a bag
> with
> lids they come to around 7 cents each.
> She goes to the local paper and janatorial supply. This one is a supplier
> for Dacotah Paper Co, and I'll list their web site here, but I'm sure
> there
> are others just as good to be found.
> <http://www.dacotahpaper.com> ....click on "updated online form" and for
> both username and password enter "demo" to access prices.
>
>
> If the web site does'nt pan out for you and your still interested, email
> me
> privately and I'll put you in touch with the local fellow who ships
> regularly.  Happy fruit freezing!  Del
>
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