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Food for Good program participants

No refrigeration? No problem

PepsiCo established the Food for Good program in 2009 to deliver meals to kids in underserved neighborhoods during the summer. But the expense of refrigerated trucks limited the program’s reach. In 2010, PepsiCo began working with PureTemp to find a solution. Together they created the Cold Box, an inexpensive and reusable container that keeps food at a safe temperature for hours without refrigeration. It’s powered by PureTemp. Read more

Photo: The first Cold Boxes were field-tested in 2011. It performed well in record heat that summer, and its use has expanded each year since. - courtesy PepsiCo Food for Good


Phase Change Matters

A call for papers on energy storage for building applications

The research publication Energy and Buildings is seeking original manuscripts for a special issue on energy storage for building applications. Read more

Video: Here's how Kinray uses ThermoSafe packaging powered by PureTemp to keep its pharmaceuticals in the optimum temperature range during shipping.

Technical Papers

Characterization of microencapsulated PCM

Thermogravimetric analysis can provide insight about a material’s thermal stability, estimated product life and other important characteristics. Read more