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Introducing Lock&Lock CookPlus and Glass Line

We've been using Lock&Lock since daughter started going to toddler school and that's more than a decade now. I can attest to its fine quality and durability when it comes to frequent use. They are also known as the airtight containers which makes it a popular choice of mommies with young children who has the habit of going home with leaky snack containers. And over the years, I've accumulated tons of these containers which also uses non-harmful plastic, the BPA-kind. Thumbs up!


So the excitement was there when I attended the special cooking demo of Chef Kalel Chan at Kabila Restaurant using CookPlus and Glass Line of Lock&Lock.



These are the lovely CookPlus pans which doesn't really cost an arm and a leg (I checked the prices at the Lock&Lock store in Shang Plaza).

Made from high quality material, the CookPlus line is PFOA free (perfluorooctanoic) which is a harmful chemical that most non-stick cookware has. The PFOA is then transferred from the cookware to food and that makes people's health at risk from harmful chemicals. Luckily, Lock&Lock found a way to remove this chemical from its product without sacrificing quality and the cooking experience.




The cookware line is made of high quality ceramic which makes it easier for the product to conduct heat. This allows food to cook at a shorter amount of time and requiring less oil needed for cooking.



As for the Glass Line, these are made from borosilicate glass which makes the container durable and able to withstand different temperatures. From freezer to oven to the dining table without transferring containers. How cool, right?



"Lock&Lock has been known as a brand that offers high-quality food containers that the Filipino family can use. Now, we introduce the CookPlus Line and the Glass Line that offers Filipinos a safe, convenient, and healthy way to prepare and present their food," shared Rafael Chua, President of Lock&Lock Philippines.











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