B3004WG2

Thermos Foogo Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Food Jar - Watermelon/Green - 10 oz.

Thermos Foogo Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Food Jar - Watermelon/Green - 10 oz.
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Foogo® Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Food Jar - Watermelon/Green - 10 oz.

Long considered a trusted partner by parents in providing healthy food and drink options for kids, Thermos brand has brought its superior insulation technology to Foogo, a line of children's products for ages six months and older. Freshness and safety go hand in hand. If not kept at the right temperature, food and beverages can spoil, causing potentially dangerous bacteria to form. Foogo stainless steel products feature Thermos vacuum insulation which has been shown to inhibit the growth of bacteria in a laboratory test performed by Cornell University, and will keep contents cold and fresh for seven hours. In addition to providing added protection from spoilage and food borne illnesses, Thermos offers parents extra peace of mind in knowing that FOOGO products use BPA-free materials. To clean, hand washing is recommended for best results, or top rack dishwasher safe.

Features:
  • Double wall vacuum insulation for maximum temperature retention
  • Durable stainless steel interior and exterior
  • Wide mouth is easy to fill, eat from, and clean
  • Ergonomically designed lid with rubber grip
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Non-slip, scratch resistant base, cool to the touch with warm foods
  • Light, compact and portable


Specifications:
  • Capacity: 10 oz
  • Dimensions: 3.8"W x 3.8"D x 4.8"H
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Thermos Foogo Stainless Steel, Vacuum Insulated Food Jar - Watermelon/Green - 10 oz. B3004WG2 THERMOS FOOGO VACUUM INSULATED FOOD JAR 10OZ WATERMELON/GREEN
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