When it comes to catering supplies like food carriers, Cambro has you covered. As a family-run business since 1951, Cambro continues to be a proven leader in food storage containers and insulated food transport. Cambro's insulated food carriers can keep product hot or cold for at least 4 hours, making it the perfect solution for caterers. And with Cambro's unmatched durability and performance, you can count on Cambro as being the brand of choice for over 60 years by caterers, hotels and many more. At Tundra Restaurant Supply we feature a diverse selection of Cambro food carriers to meet your needs.
Cam GoBox Insulated Food Carrier
The Cam GoBox is the newest product in Cambro's line of insulated food transport. Featured in both a top and front-loading version, the Cam GoBox is made out of Expanded Polypropylene (EPP) a material that is both eco-friendly and extremely lightweight. Built-in label holders are a thoughtful addition that makes it easier to identify product in transit. Food safety is a top concern with Cambro, which is why the Cam GoBox was designed to support HACCP guidelines for food safety and keeps your product out of the danger zone (39.2°F – 149°F) and reduces the risk of cross-contamination between product. Our favorite part of the Cam GoBox? It's ability to nest with each other (and even major competitor brands) for easier portability!
Insulated Food Transport Buying Considerations
Before purchasing an insulated food carrier, first consider what food you might be transporting and how much of it. Cambro carriers range in sizes, from fitting one pan to 32 full-size pans, there's an insulated transport product to fit your every need. Also, consider how often you'll need to access the food during transport—you can extend your cold or hot needs by investing temperature maintenance tools to help you
Also think about the types of places you'll need to transport product. Will you be rolling your carriers over smooth surfaces like carpet or wood floors, or are you going off-roading and taking your carriers across rough terrain like cobblestone? Picking the right type of caster for your transport needs can make life much easier on the road.
Finally, consider the physical size of your insulated food carrier. Nothing's worse than loading up your carrier and finding out it doesn't fit in the car! Check the external dimensions of your individual carriers as well as a total height if you plan on stacking them to ensure that your transporters will fit into vehicles and storage areas. And if you plan on transporting a lot, don't forget the need for dollies to help ease the physical burden on staff.