Kitchezen Announces Launch Of Innovative New Nut Milk Bag Made Using Exclusive Technology
(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 17, 2014 ) Beaverton, OR -- The Kitchenzen Nut Milk Bag solves many of the problems of previous filter bags. Recently launched on Amazon.com, the Kitchezen bag is ultrasonic welded, rather than sewn, which eliminates the difficult cleaning and health concerns of "old school" nut milk bags, greatly adds to product life and makes for a better overall user experience. Customers have responded with enthusiasm.
With almond milk, and other nut milks, constantly growing in popularity it shouldn't come as a surprise that "do it yourself" (DIY) products to help make nut milks are in great demand. They have a number of huge advantages for both the health and budget conscious over buying commercial nut milks and are generally quite easy to use.
One big problem, up until now, has been issues concerning the way nut milk bags have been put together. Sewn bags have proven to be difficult to clean and sanitize and very prone to ripping and becoming useless. Stepping up to answer this concern is the forward thinking home kitchen brand Kitchezen, who has recently launched their Nutnet Nut milk bag on Amazon.com.
The Kitchezen Nut Milk Bag is made using an exclusive technology that ultrasonic welds the seams in their bag rather than relying on sewing. The end result is a product that is easy to clean, is very difficult to rip and delivered at a very attractive price point. Customers have been quick to lend their endorsement.
"We are a company driven by imagination, respect and innovation," commented a spokesperson from the company.
"At Kitchezen, we believe in bringing to you the perfect companions for your nourished lifestyle by making effective, beautifully designed and simple to use products. We really feel our nut milk bag is all that and much more."
According to the company, studies on the material used for their bag and especially the ultrasonic welding process used to make the seal have proven that they remove the problem of liquids spraying from the sides of the bag when making DIY nut milk. It's at least twice as strong and durable than competing brands, which don't use this exclusive technology.
The feedback across Amazon.com for the Kitchezen Nutnet Nut Milk Strainer has been wildly enthusiastic.
Ianina T, recently said in a five star review,"I was tired of paying outrageous prices for mass produced nut milks. We have had a number of different bags with much disappointment. I wanted to see if there was a difference with this ultrasonic welded bag. There are differences. The quality of the nylon is unbelievable and it is very well made. It is not going to fall apart on you and it won't get a lot of food buildups between seams as it is seamless! This nut milk bag is much better when it comes to how fine a strain it gives you. I make hemp milk which makes very fine pulp. It's just barely too small to fold over the edge of my 4 cup pyrex, but it's stiff enough to fold the top over on its self, and it will stand up on its own while I pour. Overall, I am super impressed with the quality of this Nut Milk Bag. It works great! I really appreciated the follow up email I received from the company that provided instructions for care and use of my bag. Bag also cleaned very easily and dried quickly."
Other key benefits of the Kitchezen product include its full one gallon size and its extra fine 150 micron monofilament mesh. Both these add to the superior performance of the bag greatly.
In addition to making various nut milks, the Filter bag can also be used to make fruit juices, as a "cold brew" coffee maker and as a Greek yogurt strainer.
Kitchezens company is driven by imagination, respect and innovation. Kitchezen believes in bringing to its customers the perfect companions for their nourished lifestyle by making effective ,beautifully designed and simple to use products like the new Nutnet Nut Milk Bag .
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