There’s something very comforting about a freezer full of different kinds of food. It’s like a frozen food aisle in your own home. But what container material is right for your needs?
Holds a Lot
This polypropylene item can withstand temperatures as low as -40 degrees. Extreme Freeze
Many food storage containers made from this common plastic can become brittle when frozen. But when combined with certain additives that transform its chemical makeup, polypropylene can be capable of extreme temperature resistance.
For those concerned about BPA, this one doesn’t contain the potentially dangerous chemical. Prep Naturals
Much has been written about the potential health risks of BPA in recent years. In response, countless plastic food and beverage containers are now made without the use of this industrial chemical.
They can go from the freezer to the oven without having to transfer food to a separate container. BAYCO
While heavier than plastic, glass containers won’t stain or hold the odors or flavors of food stored in them like some plastic containers do. Additionally, all glass containers are BPA-free and there’s no risk of them becoming brittle over long periods in extreme cold.