How to Cut Insulation For Shipping Perishables

I know you started with a box cutter.  We all did.  Now it's time to move on.

Maybe you're not ready to order a truckload of custom cut insulation.  That's fine, I'm right there with ya on some sizes.

Here's what I've learned at Paleo Treats:  Don't mess with box cutters, manual rotary sewing cutters, or even giant slicers.

Use the HRK-100, you can get 'em on Amazon for around $150.  No, that is not an affiliate link; I make my money selling desserts, not fabric cutters.  :)

If you want general guidance on shipping perishables, check out the FedEx Perishable shipping guide (which I believe we're still featured in.)  

To your perishable shipping success!

Listen, it may sound too good to be true, but we are PSYCHED to help you learn how to ship your perishable product across the country.  If you have any questions about this article or anything surrounding perishable shipping, please comment below so we can share the knowledge.

If you're in San Diego and want to test your product packout, reach out via our Contact page below and we'll fit you into our testing schedule.  Yes, for free.  

If you have questions but can't get a package to us for testing, use the Contact page and I'll help as much as I can.  

Here's to your small food biz success!

 

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Nik Hawks helps run the show at Paleo Treats. Fascinated by humans in all their strange glory, Nik is harnessed in and pulling hard in pursuit of excellence with the rest of the PT Crew. Enjoy!



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