Monday, January 23, 2012
New RV Product: Collapsible, Eco-Friendly Silicone Bakeware & Food Storage
RVing chefs who constantly struggle to find space to accommodate their baking dishes and storage containers will rejoice with the introduction of the new eco-friendly Fridgex line from Ceramcor. This collection of silicone bakeware / food storage pieces provides the same oven to table versatility, stick-resistance surfacing and chemical-free fabrication its manufacturer, Ceramcor, is famous for, but with some added bonuses. All of the Fridgex sets are foldable, nestable and collapsible so they tuck away nicely into confined spaces. Plus, the line comes in vibrant hues like lime green and cherry red to liven up kitchen décor.
Made from all-natural, derived-from-the-earth silicone, the Fridgex product line is inert and non-reactive. It is also non-toxic to both humans and the environment as well as recyclable. As a result, eco-conscious chefs can feel good about both owning and using it. The foldable and nestable / stackable Fridgex makes for easy storage while providing consumers with the same functionality of heavier, bulkier bakeware and storage pieces. The collection is conventional oven and microwave safe up to 430° F, yet because it cools down quickly, it moves to the table and refrigerator and freezer with ease. It is also easy to clean by hand or in the dishwasher and will not chip, break, rust or stain.
For added peace of mind, Fridgex carries the FDA’s stamp of approval for both baking and storing food. What’s more, Fridgex’s non-stick surface is both BPA and PVC free, and it does not retain any food odors over time. All of this adds up to not only a better cooking experience but also a better eating experience.
The Fridgex collection includes a 6-piece round storage set ($49.99), 6-piece rectangular storage set ($37.99), 8-piece 7oz mini storage set ($24.99) and a 4-piece Tomato and Onion set ($24.99).
For more information on and/or to purchase the Fridgex by Ceramcor line of silicone bakeware and food storage pieces, please visit http://www.Ceramcor.com.