Breast Milk Storage Bags 20 pcs 150ml
Practical bags for long-term storage of food in the fridge or freezer. The design of the bag makes it easy to put it vertically without the risk of spillage. Each bag was subjected to a thorough sterilization, which ensures a high quality of food. The set contains self-adhesive labels on which you can write the expiry date of the milk. The bags are made of high quality material intended for contact with food. The package includes a 20 bags with a capacity of 150ml.[insert icons]
Bag’s bottom construction facilitates placing it in an upright position without the risk of spillage.
Each bag was thoroughly sterilized, thereby enabling long-term maintenance of the highest quality of food.
There are self-adhesive labels on which you can write the expiry date of the milk included.Additional info:
The package contains 20 bags and 20 self-adhesive labels.
Capacity of the bag 150 ml.
Bags are intended for storing food in the fridge or freezer. They were made of material intended for contact with food. For single use only. Never heat food in the bags in a microwave and do not disinfect.
How to use:
On the label, you can write information about the expressed
milk. Tag the bag before pouring the food inside. Open the pouch by cutting it
above the string closure. Arrange the pouch in a vertical position so that the
base is at the bottom. To maintain the sterility of the bag, do not put your
fingers inside it or blow air. Pour the food into an open pouch. Be careful not
to exceed the maximum capacity. Flatten the top of the bag above the milk level
to remove excess air and then squeeze the zip closure.
Important! Check the product before each use. In the case of the first signs of damage or wear - throw out. Attention! The product is not a toy. Keep it out of the reach of the child.
The long storage period of milk in the freezer is safe and convenient. Remember that your child's needs change very quickly. The breastfeeding mother's organism adjusts its food composition to the child's development on an ongoing basis.In contrast, the milk you expressed away a month or a half a year ago may not meet the nutritional needs of an older child. Frozen milk can be thawed all night in the fridge, then warmed up gradually in the Bottle Warmer or in hot water. Always check the temperature of food before feeding. Never defrost food in a microwave oven. In this way you will deprive it of its valuable values and antibodies. In the case of dissection of ingredients after thawing food - mix it. Store freshly expressed milk at room temperature for up to 4 hours, in a refrigerator (+4°C) for up to 4 days, in a freezer (-20°C) for 3-6 months.
Store frozen food in a refrigerator (+4°C) for up to 24 hours.
Important! Do not combine freshly expressed milk with defrosted food. Never re-freeze previously defrosted milk. Unused milk should be thrown away.