TS3430SS4

Thermos Dual Compartment Food Jar - 16 oz. w/Top Storage - 20 oz.

Thermos Dual Compartment Food Jar - 16 oz. w/Top Storage - 20 oz.
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Dual Compartment Food Jar - 16 oz. w/Top Storage - 20 oz.

The Dual Compartment Food Jar from Thermos is the latest, most innovative reusable food storage container on the market. Two separate, hinged compartments make for endless combinations for mealtime enjoyment. It's the ideal design for storing hot soup in the 16 oz stainless steel compartment, and a cool, refreshing salad in the 20 oz BPA-free Eastman Tritan compartment.

Thermos vacuum insulation technology keeps contents in the stainless steel compartment hot for 5 hours or cold for 7, and hot foods will stay hot even when the food jar is stored in a refrigerator. Compact in size, this food jar features an integrated carrying handle for easy transport. As a bonus, the food jar comes equipped with a full-size, folding stainless steel spork that fits inside the lid eliminating the need to pack separate utensils.

Features:
  • Thermos vacuum insulation technology keeps food hot for 5 hours or cold for 7 hours
  • BPA-free Eastman Tritan top container has a 20 ounce capacity; Vacuum insulated stainless steel bottom container has 16 ounce capacity
  • Each container has a locking stopper to prevent leaks and retain temperature
  • Container hinges to open and locks when closed
  • Integrated carrying handle for maximum portability
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Thermos Dual Compartment Food Jar - 16 oz. w/Top Storage - 20 oz. TS3430SS4 THERMOS 16 OZ DUAL COMPARTMENT FOOD W/ 20 OZ TOP STORAGE
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