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Warm Bags for baby food

Discussion in 'Baby / Kids Foods' started by sumanr, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. sumanr

    sumanr Silver IL'ite

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    Hey

    Can anyone tell me where warm bags to carry baby food (3-4 hours) are available? Any brands? Cost etc?
    Also, if I do not want to refridgerate, is there a better way to keep the food warm for 5-6 hours? I do not want to leave it outside.
    Can I just use a hotpack/casserole?
     
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  2. arthidiva

    arthidiva Silver IL'ite

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    I think hotpack should do Ramya.. but I am not sure of the brands that are really good these days.. long since I used them. lets wait for other moms to give better ideas. hang in there.
     
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    loonypooh Silver IL'ite

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    ramya i saw at lifestyle babyshop....also at mothercare u get. if u dont then maybe use the thermal bags that u store bottles in and put babyfood in these.
    i hv seen avent thermal bags for 800 and some other chinese company for 500
     
  4. Arunadhri

    Arunadhri Bronze IL'ite

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    It is not safe to keep baby food warm for 3 - 6 hours. Baby food is great for bacteria to grow. If the temperature is below 50 degrees C, one is inviting trouble.

    If you want the food to be safe keep it hot above 60 C or cool at 8 deg C or less and warm as necessary.
     

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