Food Containers with Lids from Chef’s Path Becomes Amazon’s Choice

Chef's Path's popular kitchen utility product, Extra Large Food Storage Containers, have recently been recognized with the Amazon's Choice badge. These food containers with lids have already received well over 2,000 reviews on Amazon.

Houston, Texas , USA - October 17, 2020 —

Chef’s Path is pleased to announce that its popular Food Storage Container Bundle has recently become an Amazon’s choice product. The set comes with four food containers with lids, four measuring cups, a chalkboard pen, and eight reusable chalkboard labels to help users organize their kitchen. According to the brand, its product has received more than 2,000 reviews from satisfied Amazon shoppers.

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Amazon’s Choice algorithmically identifies the “best fit” product for a customer’s search query. Typically, these products have a low return rate, high ratings, and higher popularity than others. This categorization by Amazon helps users find products that have already been vetted by other purchasers.

The pantry storage containers from Chef’s Path come with side-locking lids that ensure maximum freshness and prolonged food storage by sealing tightly. Users need not worry about their favorite foods turning stale because the reliable seal protects the food from air and water. Users suggest that these food containers are ideal for storing flour, sugar, rice, grain, chips, cereals, nuts, beans, snacks, pasta, coffee and tea.

These days, most of the households have serious space constraints. Chef’s Path has specially designed its airtight containers to ensure that they occupy minimum space. The containers are stackable and can be fit easily into a refrigerator, freezer or cupboard. This allows the users to get their kitchens organized by freeing up space in the pantry. These clear food containers for the pantry are also dishwasher safe, extremely user friendly, and ready to use.

Some of the highlights of the product include

Four extra-large containers (175 ounces / 5.2 liters)
Unique lid-lock mechanism ensures no entry for air or water
Made of high-quality, durable BPA-free plastic
Space-saving design – Stackable square-shaped containers to free up space.
Liquid friendly

“Unbelievably amazing! I have saved glass jars to store rice, pasta, flour, sugar, and any other grain you can think of. Round jars are difficult to stack, and over time the metal tops rust from being washed a lot. I am so happy to have come across this line of airtight containers. I love that they are stackable. Really love the labels and erasable chalk markers. The colorful measuring cups are a plus. I am so happy with this purchase that I ordered a ton more to reorganize my entire pantry. If you are hesitant in buying any of the available sizes, don’t be. Buy what you want and need. You will not be disappointed,” a highly impressed user mentioned in his Amazon review.

To find out more about Chef’s Path air tight containers for food, please visit the company’s official website or Amazon storefront.





About Us: Chef's Path is a new, small family-run business dedicated to making life easier in the kitchen with its innovative, high-quality and time-saving products. Currently, their innovative products are available in the US, Mexico, Canada, UK & the EU.

Contact Info:
Name: Mohammed Taha Wadiwala
Email: Send Email
Organization: Trendz Station Limited
Address: 12333 Sowden Rd Ste B PMB 46147, Houston, Texas , 77080-2059, USA
Phone: 00971564353984

Release ID: 88981227

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