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    Why Throw Away Money & Nutrition?......Vacuum Seal It!

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Why Throw Away Money & Nutrition?......Vacuum Seal It!

Vacuum Pack Your Chicken Fish and Meats for longer Life Freshness While Locking in Nutrition

Keep your Fruit & Vegetables Fresh by Abdopting Re- Usable Bags or Containers

Vacuum IT!

101Kitchen Vacuum sealer Everyday

Vacuum Sealing of Meats Fish Chicken Cold Meats Prepared Meals Fresh Vegetables & Fruit Gives You Up to Three Times the Life Span - Perseveres Aroma - Eliminates Freezer Burn - Saves Time by Preparing Ahead

Easy to Use & Clean - Simply fill bag and place into the Appliance - Press down on the Top Cover to lock the Lid - Press Vacuum Seal button to activate the sealing process

This Handy Gadget Comes with an Accessory Port & Adaptor Hose That Can Vacuum Seal Containers - Zipper Bags & Remove Air from Wine Bottles Preserving its Flavour & Longevity

Included in the Package are 15 Pre-Cut Heat Seal Bags to get you Started PLUS - Complimentary Set of Re-Useable Stretch Silicone Covers - Saving on Plastic Waste Helping the Environment & Waterways

Your Best Assistant to Prepare Ahead Keeping Supplies Dry & Fresh or Camping, Traveling, Caravanning or Picnicking - Reduces Spoilage & Food Waste so You Can Enjoy Your Time.

 

101Kitchen Vacuum sealer Everyday - Comes with a FREE Set of 6 Stretch Covers

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Gives Fresh Meat and Vegetables to Three Times the Life Span

101Kitchen Portable Vacuum Sealer

101Kitchen Vacuum sealer Portable

Vacuum Sealing Adds Up To Three Times the Life to Fresh Produce Meat Fish Chicken or Prepared Cooked & Refrigerated Food - Eliminates Freezer Burn - Reduces Spoilage & Food Waste. Seal Nuts, Crispy foods, even used to store jewellery, letters or valuable photographs

Easy to Use & Clean - Automatic One-touch vacuum sealing operation - Sealing and Stop function can be operated separately for different types of moist, dry or delicate food -Fill the bag and place into the Appliance - Press down on the Top Cover to lock the side clips - Press the Green Seal Button Light to activate the sealing process

Keep your Food Fresh by Vacuum Sealing all your, Nuts Flour Rice & Dry Groceries Free From those Army of Ants and Pantry Moths That Ruin Your Bulk Buy Savings.

Included in the Package are 10 Pre-Cut Heat Seal Bags to get you Started PLUS - Complimentary Set of Re-Useable Stretch Silicone Covers - Saving on Plastic Waste Helping the Environment & Waterways

Prepare Ahead - Your Best Assistant to keep supplies Dry & Fresh When Camping, Traveling, Caravanning or Picnicking - Reduces Spoilage & Food Waste so you can Relax

 

101Kitchen Vacuum sealer Portable - Comes with a FREE Set of 6 Stretch Covers

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101Kitchen - Champion for Saving & not Wasting Food and Plastic

We championing products that can help you save money as well as preserving your food for longer periods enabling you purchase in bulk

As the world population grows and land for farming is becoming scarce the need arises for everyone to help by not wasting and doing or best to make food last longer.

Did you know 

This despite the fact they produce 60 to 80 percent of the food supply in developing countries. ... A rapidly growing global population is expected to reach 8.5 billion people by 2030, increasing global food demand by up to 60 percent.

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates the world population will surpass 9.1 billion by 2050, at which point agricultural systems willnot be able to supply enough food to feed everyone. However, new research suggests the world could run out of food even sooner.

Who pollutes the ocean the most?A team of researchers in the United States and Australia led by Jenna Jambeck, an environmental engineer at the University of Georgia, analyzed plastic waste levels in the world's oceans. They found that China and Indonesia are the top sources of plastic bottles, bags and other rubbish clogging up global sea lanes.

Here are 10 tips to get you closer to Zero Waste:

1. Fight junk mail. It’s not just a waste of resources, but also of time. 

2. Turn down freebies from conferences, fairs, and parties. Every time you take one, you create a demand to make more. Do you really need another “free” pen?

3. Declutter your home, and donate to your local thrift shop. You’ll lighten your load and make precious resources available to those looking to buy secondhand.

4. Reduce your shopping trips and keep a shopping list. The less you bring home, the less waste you’ll have to deal with.

5. Swap disposables for reusables (start using handkerchiefs, refillable bottles, shopping totes, cloth napkins, rags, etc.). You might find that you don’t miss your paper towels, but rather enjoy the savings.

6. Avoid grocery shopping waste: Bring reusable totes, cloth bags (for bulk aisles), and jars (for wet items like cheese and deli foods) to the store and farmers market.

7. Know your city’s recycling policies and locations—but think of recycling as a last resort. Have you refused, reduced, or reused first? Question the need and life-cycle of your purchases.

8. Buy primarily in bulk or from farmers markets but if you must buy from supermarket then void plastic packaging: Much of it gets shipped across the world for recycling and often ends up in the landfill (or worse yet, the ocean).

9. Find a compost system that works for your home and get to know what it will digest (dryer lint, hair, and nails are all compostable).

10. Turn your home kitchen trash can into one large compost receptacle. The bigger the compost receptacle, the more likely you’ll be to use it freely.

An attempt at going zero waste starts with small changes. It’s within anyone’s reach, and change starts at home.

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