THERMOS FOOGO Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel 10-Ounce Food Jar, Poppy Patch Pattern
- thermos double wall vacuum insulated food jar keeps contents cold and fresh for seven hours; warm for five hours
- Kid-proof design
- Made from bisphenol A free (BPA-Free) materials
- Ergonomically designed lid with rubber grip, non-slip, scratch resistant base
- Light, compact and portable; 10 ounce capacity
- wide opening for easy cleaning
- durable stainless steel interior and exterior inhibits bacteria growth
- Kid-proof design; durable stainless steel interior and exterior inhibits bacteria growth; wide opening for easy cleaning
- Made from bisphenol-A free (BPA-Free) materials
- Ergonomically designed lid with rubber grip, non-slip, scratch resistant base; cool to the touch with warm foods, sweat-proof with cold
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What truly matters when choosing products for your children to use? With so many choices it can be confusing, but THERMOS Foogo products deliver what matters every time. As the leading manufacturer of convenient insulated products for over 110 years, Thermos is trusted by consumers to provide innovative beverage bottles and food containers that promote a safe and healthy lifestyle. Thermos delivers when it matters.
Two Convenient Sizes for Babies, Toddlers, and Older Kids
THERMOS Foogo vacuum insulated food jars are available in two capacities, 7-ounce and 10-ounce, allowing parents the option to decide which size best fits their child's needs. With double wall stainless steel construction, these food jars are durable and stay cool to the touch with warm contents and condensation-free with cold contents. The lightweight and compact design makes it easy to pack snacks or small meals to take on the go.
THERMOS Foogo Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel 10-Ounce Food Jar
The Vacuum Insulated 10-ounce Food Jar features THERMOS vacuum insulation technology for maximum temperature retention, warm or cold. Made from durable, BPA-free double wall stainless steel, it keeps contents warm for up to 5 hours or cold for up to 7 hours. Dishwasher safe.
10-ounce Stainless Steel Food Jar at a Glance
- Vacuum insulated to keep contents warm for up to 5 hours or cold for up to 7 hours
- Durable, BPA-free double wall stainless steel
- Ergonomically-designed lid with rubber grip
- Wide mouth opening is easy to fill, eat from and clean
- 10-ounce capacity
- Suitable for all ages
- Dishwasher safe
THERMOS vacuum insulation technology keeps warm things warm and cold things cold for hours. With traditional containers, heat finds its way inside. Thermos vacuum insulation creates an airless space between the interior and exterior walls of the product, minimizing temperature change within the product.
THERMOS FOOGO vacuum insulated stainless steel products have been shown to inhibit the growth of bacteria in laboratory tests performed at Cornell University. (Study commissioned by Thermos L.L.C.). The results? Thermos Foogo products kept liquids cold four times longer than competitor products and inhibited bacteria growth. The milk in competitors' products had up to 5,000 times the amount of bacteria after 16 hours.
At Thermos, we carefully choose the best available materials and make products with consistent quality and reliable performance. We ensure the excellence of our products by testing for quality throughout the manufacturing process, and we stand behind them.
THERMOS products comply with applicable government and industry standards including CPSIA, to ensure that our products are safe.
Top Customer Reviews
REVIEW UPDATE 1/21/11
Instead of returning this item I had amazon replace it. I figured since so many people on so many websites gave this a good review that there must have been an issue with my food jar. I am not entirely convinced that every reviewers food jar worked I really doubt some tested it before they sent there child out with it. But like a said I ordered a replacement tested it last night 1/20/10 and it 4 hours later the food was still quite warm, perfect temperature for my 1 year old. So I think that maybe my original food jar had a faulty vacuum which if it fails will not keep food warm. I plan on testing it a few more times over the weekend before sending her out with it but it was warm at 2 hours and warm at 4 hours. My first food jar didnt even keep the food warm for an hour.
First I put hot tap water into them for a minute or so. The water was 115 degrees as indicated by a Taylor Digital Instant-Read Pocket Thermometer. I opted not to use boiling water for the pre-heat because that seemed too much of a burden to make a routine.
I then put in boiling-hot water, which was verified as 212 degrees F, again using the Taylor Digital Instant-Read Pocket Thermometer.
I sealed all three jars. The room temp in the kitchen was 65 degrees F - just a bit colder than "room temperature."
After exactly three hours, I opened one of them, and the water was 152 degrees F.
After exactly four hours, I opened the second one, and the water was 147 degrees F.
After exactly five hours, I opened the third one, and the water was 138 degrees F.
I also did a real food test - using Progresso Light Beef Soup. First I filled the Foogo with 116 degree tap water and let the cover sit on it while I microwaved the soup for 4 minutes. The soup pretty much refused to get over 180 F, so I did not have high hopes for it staying hot for a full 5 hours.
After 5 hours, the soup was 126 degrees. Eating it was not what I would call hot, but it was as warm as our dinner often is by the time the kids settle down and we actually start eating. My wife tried it, and thought it was fine. So 5 hours is doable, but is a practical limit.
Conclusion - the product works as claimed and the food will stay hot for five hours if it starts out boiling hot, the jar is at least minimally pre-warmed with hot water from a tap, and the jar is stored at room temp.
If boiling hot food is cold after an hour as a few have said, you should exchange it for another one - probably didn't have the vacuum seal.
It's the lid. it's designed in a way that food will get trapped into the crevice the runs around the inside of the lid. I can imagine using a knife to clean it out, but not sure how much it will help. Probably lots of soaking. I don't think it will be worth my time.
I have so many different brands of bottles and thermoses and am very particular. For example, a few years ago it was a huge relief to find water bottles that could be used for smoothies, since caps needed to be simple. Too many caps had moving parts and crevices that made washing difficult after smoothies. So it was a huge deal to start seeing bottles being pitched for smoothies, with caps that would make cleaning easy.
Why is this an issue? Because all the trapped gunk will build up into mold and it's something that occasionally will come out in ugly gunks right into your food/drinks.
The caps of food thermoses are no different. The caps have to be equally washable and made to avoid food being trapped. This product does not do that.
This product's cap does exactly the opposite. It's designed to trap food and no way to make cleaning easy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this product but it seals really tightly and it is hard for my children to get the lid off by themselves at lunch time at school.Published 3 hours ago by Rene McConkey
A lot smaller than I envisioned but it's the perfect size for the recommended portion sized meal.Published 1 day ago by naturalgal
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Great thermos for a toddler's lunch box. Easy to clean and keeps food warm quite nicely.Published 2 days ago by Heather S.
I purchased this thermos after reading an amazon review and I'm glad I did! After trying several others and running into problems such as
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