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Soup N Serve Half Gallon Soup Container, Red "Tasty", "Enjoy" Design - 64 oz. (30/case)
Product Code: XFSLBP9015-ENJOY

Transport and serve soups, gravies, sauces, or fruit, potato, and pasta salads in a simple to use package. This handled container securely holds all of your food items in place while being carried from point A to point B. This disposable, one-way product requires no pick-ups, deposits, or cleaning.
NOTE - Ladle Not Included

Soup N Serve Half Gallon Soup Container, Red "Tasty", "Enjoy" Design - 64 oz.
    Hot Liquid Safe
    Leak Resistant
    Made in USA
    Purchase Soup N Serve Half Gallon Soup Container, Red "Tasty", "Enjoy" Design - 64 oz.
    • Wholesale Pricing
      Quantity Price
      1 $169.99
      2-4 $165.26
      5+ $160.80

      Orders +200 Lbs. get -20% discounted US Ground Shipping Option

    • Discounted Price Per Case

      $5.67 each @ 1 case
      $5.51 each @ 2-4 cases
      $5.36 each @ 5+ cases
    • Specifications

      Product Code:


      Unit size:

      6.6 x 6.5 x 5 in.

      Qty / Cs.:



      Red Print on Natural Brown Kraft


      1/2 Gal. - 64 oz.

      Shipping Weight:

      17.00 pounds
    • Perfect for catering.
    • Two piece bulk soup transportation. Easy clean up.
    • Each case includes (30) Plastic inner containers with (30) lids and (30) corrugated shells with built-in, strong, locking handles.
    • Holds one half gallon/ 64 fluid ounces.
    • Maintains temperature for up to two hours.
    • Handles fold back and lock into place for unobstructed serving.
    • Recyclable and Freezable.
    • Outer box is recyclable paperboard - inner bucket is Type 2 HDPE (commonly recyclable.)
    • Design uses water-based ink.
    • Custom Printing available: Call 888-321-2248 for more information regarding custom design.
    • Constructed using 75% recycled material plus post-consumer content.
    • Ladle shown in image not included.

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