Storing in the pantry

Vacuum storage for the pantry (+18°)

Vacuum packing is not only limited to storage in the freezer or refrigerator, but is also optimal for room temperature storage.

Food that, if stored ordinarily, would easily lose their qualities (such as coffee) or would be deteriorated by the humidity present in the environment (such as salt, sugar or flour) have the possibility of remaining unchanged thanks to the preservation of vacuum-packed food. It will no longer be necessary to find new expedients to preserve food in the most critical periods such as, for example, when leaving for holidays. Stored under vacuum, the food will no longer be exposed to the deteriorating action of mould, humidity and insects.

Dry biscuits

Vacuum packing guarantees the preservation of fragrance and freshness of the product.

Coffee beans or ground coffee

Vacuum allows the aroma to be preserved intact and avoids that the oily essences go rancid.

Dried fruit, nuts, hazelnuts, pine nuts, etc...

These contain a large amount of oil; vacuum packing prevents oxidation and rancidity from them.

Dried mushrooms

Vacuum packing preserves them for a long time, preserving also their aromatic properties.

Grated bread

Preferably inserted in rigid containers, it maintains its fragrance for a long time.

Rice, cereals

Vacuum packing maintains intacts the structure of the starch, which is therefore not attacked by any parasite.

Dry seeds

In vacuum conditions, the embryo remains unchanged for longer ensuring better preservation.