Insulated Thermal Bags, Boxes & Cooling Elements Ensuring Cold Chain Stays Intact For Final Mile Deliveries

Our stand-alone ifoodbag® system consists of insulated thermal bags, boxes and cooling elements – that ensures that the cold chain keeps intact for your final mile deliveries, using passive cooling only.

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Insulated thermal pouch
for chilled & frozen products

The ifoodbag® is a paper-based thermal pouch with two separate condensation barriers and an insulating core that locks in the cold.
The bag is reusable and recyclable as paper packaging, and therefore especially suitable for unattended home deliveries.
The bag is part of our patended ifoodbag® final mile delivery system. It is made from FSC-certified paper, so in fact much better than plastic thermal bags.

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Thermal box

The insulated thermal box
for chilled & frozen products

The alvobox® is our unique stackable EPP-box for passive cooling. The thermal box minimizes the space needed in the warehouse and simplifies the handling during deliveries. Just put them inside of each other when emptied. Used together with the ifoodbag® and different cooling elements, the alvobox® can secure food temperature requirements for at least 8 hours in an environmentally sound way.

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Thermal box

The cooling elements
for chilled & frozen products

Our reusable chilling- or freezer shields are easily attached to the unique lid of the alvobox®.  There are a wide range of passive cooling devices that can be used as a complement to secure the cooling in the alvobox® and ifoodbag® e.g. Freezer shield, Chilling shield, Gel Packs, Ice Packs, Dry Ice and Phase Change Materials (PCM). Our experts will guide you to the optimal combination for your needs.

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”The ifoodbag® system meets food temperature requirements for at
least 8 hours in up to 35ºC (95ºF) in an environmentally sound way”

– Tobias Larsson, CEO.

ifoodbag® system keeps the cold chain intact

The ifoodbag® system keeps the cold chain intact throughout the delivery system and there is
no need to use refrigerated trucks as ordinary vehicles can be used.
Reduced investment needs make it easy to get started and enable scalable growth.
The ifoodbag® system provides increased flexibility – manage variable demand, route
and fleet optimization – enabling cost savings and increased growth.
All components of the system can be recycled, which makes the ifoodbag® system environmentally superior.


Excellent thermo protective capabilities keep the cold chain intact.

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What we can do for you

Learn more about our last mile solutions by visiting the concepts below – or check out our FAQ!

If you have any questions or would like to know more about our solutions, please get in touch.
We will be happy to find a solution to your cold chain final mile challenges – and possibilities.  

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The ifoodbag® system is relevant for the cold chain in a number of areas:

We are experts in temperature-controlled logistics
– using passive cooling only.

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