The Portable Food Storage Vacuum is an apparatus which removes air from reusable food storage bags and containers.
Inventor Brian K. Hazelton of Warrensburg, NY has created an apparatus which removes air from reusable food storage bags and containers.
Many food products are stored and sold in plastic bags or plastic containers. These prepackaged containers are purchased from the store in a vacuum packed state. Such a vacuum ensures longer storage life and better overall food quality. However, once at home and opened, the vacuum state is no more. While vacuum pumps designed for food storage uses are available for home use, they require the use of special plastic bags and a special procedure for sealing. This is both costly and time-consuming. Inventor Hazelton has created a means by which plastic bags and plastic storage containers can be vacuum sealed at home without the use of specialized packaging material.
This clever new invention is for use with common reusable storage bags and containers. It removes excess air. It keeps food fresh and reduces food waste. It saves time and money. The use of the Portable Food Storage Vacuum allows storage of food in an atmosphere almost free of air and thus keeps the food more appetizing and prolongs its storage life.