It really doesn’t matter what time of year you are picnicking, as with keeping hot picnic food warm, keeping food cold at a picnic is always a priority.
We look at all the ways you can ensure your picnic food stays cold and fresh no matter if it’s a garden soiree or you’re off on a hiking picnic adventure.
Cold foods should be kept at a temperature of 40℉ | 4.44 ℃ and below.
To ensure your food does not spoil, food should not be left at room temperature for longer than two hours.
Depending on the size and location of your picnic, there are lots of simple and efficient ways to keep your picnic food and drinks chilled.
Using appropriate coolers or insulated bags for transporting and storing your food until ready to cook or serve is integral to keeping your picnic food at its best.