Freeze food safely
The SafeLoc® freezer bag's stand-up base is perfect for filling the bag simply and easily. The bag's integrated SafeLoc® closure allows you to remove food in portions. It is even easier to open and safely re-close thanks to the new opening flap.
With their robust material specifications, SafeLoc® freezer bags from Toppits® can be used for shock freezing down to -40°C as well as for heating in a water bath at up to +90°C.
This makes SafeLoc® freezer bags from Toppits® ideal for households that want to cook and freeze large quantities of food. Freezing, removing food in individual portions and defrosting is all incredibly convenient.
Our Toppits® SafeLoc® freezer bag is now manufactured with 70% resources and renewable raw materials! Thanks to our innovative production process. It is based on processed residual materials, which are converted into our Toppits® SafeLoc® freezer bag using an innovative method. Increasing this to 70% recycled resources means we are edging ever closer to our goal: to have all Toppits® products manufactured with 100% recycled or renewable resources by 2025, making them 100% circular. Read more about our Mission 100% Circular here.
SafeLoc® freezer bags from Toppits® are highly resistant to heat and cold and protect the nutrients in food. For example, you can shock freeze vegetables. Both the cell structures and vitamins in the food are preserved.
SafeLoc® freezer bags are also excellent for freezing herbs. Aromatic wild garlic, finely chopped dill and whole parsley can be safely stored in just a few steps.
Thanks to the strong material and the film that fits tightly on the food, SafeLoc® freezer bags protect against freezer burn. With these bags you can remove air from the freezer bag by hand - without a vacuum sealer. This prevents the edges of frozen food from drying out and changing colour.
Food frozen in SafeLoc® freezer bags from Toppits® can then be warmed in a water bath below boiling point to preserve nutrients. If necessary, you can remove the defrosted food from the bag and heat it further. In no time at all your delicious food will be ready to eat.
Many foods can be frozen and defrosted without problems. But if you lose track of vegetables, fish, meat and fruit in the freezer, delicious food can be forgotten and then spoil.
That's why Toppits® has developed the Foodsaver app so that you and your family always know precisely what delicious food is still in the freezer.
Sizes 1, 3, 6 & 8 litre SafeLoc® freezer bags have pre-printed freshness codes that make it even easier to organise your freezer with the app.
Frequently asked questions
Organising your freezer compartment: Tips for a tidier freezer
A well-organised freezer compartment not only gives you a good overview and helps you find your food quickly, it also ensures that nothing gets forgotten about helping you to waste less food. An organised freezer compartment can even save electricity. There are a few important tips that should be taken into account when organising your freezer. Choosing the right type of freezer is important - do...
Are freezer bags reusable?
Toppits® freezer bags are practical everyday aids for freezing food safely and conveniently. Both the standard freezer bags and SafeLoc® freezer bags from Toppits® allow you to di-vide food into portions before freezing. The SafeLoc® 1l freezer bags are also popular for air travel, as they are perfect for storing liquids in hand luggage. Basically, one thing can be said quite clearly about the...
Dispose of freezer bags correctly
Toppits® freezer bags are a great invention that helps many people keep things tidy in their freezer. Freezer bags are also useful for storing food and preventing unappetising freezer burn. But which bin should freezer bags be disposed of in?
Tips to combat food waste
Toppits® products help to preserve food and give it a longer shelf life. We also give tips on how to store food properly and how to extend the shelf life of vegetables, meat and the like, to help you avoid wasting food. Our recipes contain many hints on cooking with lefto-ver food.
What is freezer burn?
Again and again people talk about freezer burn - but what exactly does the term freezer burn mean and how can it be prevented? When dry areas appear at the edges of frozen foods, this is called freezer burn. Freezer burn often occurs if the packaging is not suitable for deep-freezing and air comes into con-tact with the food.
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