Surely these are the most stylish food flasks you’ve ever seen?
by <a href="" target="_self">Stephanie Briggs</a>

by Stephanie Briggs

13 November, 2020

Available in three sizes, 12 oz/355 ml, 20 oz/591 ml, and 28 oz/828 ml Hydro Flask’s NEW Insulated Food Jars are an evolution of the Food Flask. These Food Jars will keep your soup piping hot or your ice cream frozen for long periods of time thanks to their TempShield® insulation. What’s more, the Insulated Food Jars are leakproof and totally BPA-free. Really, what is there not to like?!

From left to right: White, 12 oz/355 ml, £34.95; Olive, 28 oz/828 ml, £43.95; Sunflower 20oz/591 ml, £39.95

The use of stainless steel in these Jars means that there is no flavour retention or transfer. Great if you fancy curry one day and ice cream the next! A Color Last powder coat gives the jars durability so they look as good as your food will taste.

These jars are easy to open and convenient to eat from thanks to a nice, wide mouth. The Insulated Food Jar has a secure, screw lid. This means they travel well, without fear of leakage so you can take your lentil soup on the commute and rest easy.


Sizes:12 oz/355 ml, 20 oz/591 ml, 28 oz/828 ml

Colours: 12 oz and 20 oz: White, Stone, Olive, Sunflower. 28 oz: Stone. 

Weight: 318 g, 381 g, 445 g respectively

Price: £34.95, £39.95, £43.95 respectively

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