This report studies the development status and future development trend of thermal insulation lunch bags in the global and Chinese markets, and analyzes the main production areas, main consumption areas and major manufacturers of thermal insulation lunch bags from the point of view of production and consumption. This paper focuses on the product characteristics, product specifications, prices, output, output value and market share of major manufacturers in the global and Chinese markets.
Do not put the original package in unless some food is stated on the bag that it can be put directly into the microwave oven. In order to save trouble, many people put lunch bags, yogurt boxes and other items into the microwave oven, but they may not only produce toxic substances, but also melt and infiltrate into the food, causing damage to human health, of course, the taste of the food can also be seriously changed.
The third chapter, from the perspective of production, analyzes the output, output value (10,000 yuan), growth rate, market share and future development trend of thermal insulation lunch bags in the world, including the United States, Europe, Japan, China, Southeast Asia and India.
In addition, it has enough space to hold multiple lunch boxes and a thermos bottle, and the internal mesh bag can hold an ice bag to keep the food cold. If you need more space, this bag can also be zoomed in. It unzips and provides an extra depth of about 2 inches (5 centimeters). Like all other products, L.L.Bean provides an one-year warranty for this lunch bag.
YETI released a mug on its website in March 2019, which is seen by the outside world as nothing special. Except for the brand logo, it is similar in appearance to other thermos on the market, with a unit price of about $30. However, a month after its launch, the product sold out, with more than 20,000 praises at that time. Other products such as outdoor lunch bags and coolers also surged in sales in the same year and became the darling of consumers.
According to CNN on March 31, Aconwa, 53, runs a roadside restaurant on the outskirts of Yaba, selling cheap lunch bags to businesses and students. Before the outbreak of the coronavirus, business in her store was booming and people flocked to buy food, but now it is miserable. In addition, she is responsible for allocating the benefits of the five cooks hired. She said that these people are currently using their pocket money to eat the inventory of my restaurant that month, and if this situation disappears, there will be nothing.