Products that are needed for icing perishables and food or cooling drinks are well known for being bagged with certain plastic products. They come in these containers that come in several sizes that are efficient for distribution and transport. These are affordable items which may be found marketed n any place.
They are specially manufactured plastic that are thicker, and are thus able to withstand the demands of freezer storage. 10 lb ice cube bags are some of the largest bags available for packaging ice and they are not too heavy for humans to carry. They are often provided wholesale or retail, found in supermarkets or commercial outlets and delivered by manufacturers themselves.
Manufacturers will operate ice plants that makes ice cubes or ice rings, and will provide the restaurant industry, meat packing plants and other businesses their products to help in preserving any kind of item needed. For bars and places like beverage or refreshment stands or locations these are also bought in bulk to cool drinks.
Ice is a simple enough product that homes could have plenty of. But people will often have less of these reliant on the cube trays that they have along with their refrigerators. Many individuals of families could have use of the 10 pounder bags of cubes when they have parties or events that require refreshment.
These bags of course are actually the individual units of volume deliveries that a plant could deliver to large supermarkets and the like. For meat, fruit, vegetable and fish packaging or distribution, their contents are poured into prearranged display freezers to keep the products fresh. The other sizes for these things could be six or eight pounders, all being small enough for personnel to carry and big enough to fill up one display counter.
This means that people will not be tasked to go to and from freezers or storage places for these when they are distributing them for use. Also, individual consumers can pick them out of freezers and handily carry them to the baggage counter. The ten pounder will have enough ice left over even when the run takes more time than usual.
The product they contain will melt of course, and the packaging is not tasked to prevent this but prevent the melt from spreading. The thickness of the plastic is also meant to keep in water that could leak out of the bags. The thickness of course could answer some ambient leak damage that could make the products drip.
The efficiency and work provided by this simple product is great to have. For most users, these have become integral to processes in the commercial sector. And these are well known but could have different markings relevant to the brand or company logos that could be found stamped or printed on them.
Most ice factories of course need to have their stuff branded, and they only need simple but easily remembered images and logos on these. Mostly the ice and bags identify their items and they need only provide their names and chosen details on plastic surfaces. They often buy their items from the specialized plastic products manufacturers since it will be more cost effective.