By Mario CrespoThe football containers used to keep footballs, sticks, and other items at their proper temperature have become a popular option for the food industry.
According to food storage manufacturer Fostex, the industry is worth €1.7 billion in 2015, up by €100 million ($129 million) from 2014.
The majority of the company’s customers use them to store fruit, vegetables, meats, dairy products, nuts, grains, breads, pasta, cereals, pasta sauce, and so on.
It is not only food manufacturers, but also retailers, who are turning to the containers.
As part of the food storage industry, Fostx is currently working with several manufacturers, including Domino’s Pizza, Nestlé, and Coca-Cola, to create new food storage products.
But in addition to these new products, FosTech is also working with a number of companies, including the German food storage company Nestlé.
Fostec’s founder and CEO Matthias Ziegler told The Guardian that the company is now looking at the use of food storage to increase the food’s shelf life.
“It will be very interesting to see how we can help people to keep their food longer and more effectively,” Zieglers told The Verge.
“The technology is already in place.” The Nestlé-featured FostenFostex is a relatively new company, but it already has an established reputation in the food and beverage industry.
It has been around for almost two decades, and has made a name for itself by creating some of the most popular food storage devices for use in a variety of industries.
FOSTEX has been working with some of Germany’s largest food companies to bring the technology to the market.
Fostech’s chief technology officer Andreas Bischof said the company wanted to create an all-in-one solution to help the food company maximize its food storage capacity.
“We are looking at a wide range of different food storage systems and are considering several products to make it more economical,” Bischop told The Huffington Post.
“This is a technology that can be easily integrated into the food-storing systems of the supermarket.”
Fostech, however, does not use the Nestlé technology for its products.
FOSTech’s new products include Fosteel, a new plastic food storage container, which uses the Nestle Fostel technology.
Fosedel is also available in a black plastic, which FostEC also uses.
FODER, a white plastic food container, uses the FostEX Fosedeel technology for storage of fruit, nuts and vegetables.
FOCA is also launching a new white plastic container, a food storage unit that can hold more than 200 lbs.
Fondec is currently testing the use the FosTec technology, which is a special kind of food packaging that is manufactured from recycled plastic, and uses the technology that FOSTEC developed.
Fonco, another food storage system, uses an all carbon plastic food-storage unit, called the FOSTec Fostevo.
The company says it is currently in negotiations with several food manufacturers to create a range of new products that can store more than 100 lbs.
“Fostec is working on new products to use FOStec for food storage,” Biscardi told The Economist.
“Some of these products will be available in the second half of 2018.”
FOSTEEL is a food-based food storage product that uses the patented Nestlé Fostekl technology.
It measures 11 by 12 inches (33 by 33 centimeters), is made of plastic, weighs between 50 and 150 lbs., and can hold between 200 and 300 lbs.
It can also hold more vegetables than Fostepel.
FOTEC, a black food-holding unit, is also being tested by FOSTec, but has not been launched yet.
FOLBAR, a stainless steel food-held unit, measures 9 by 10 inches (23 by 23 centimeters) and weighs between 100 and 200 lbs., can hold up to 100 lbs., is made from a high-grade stainless steel and is available in black, white, and brown.
FASTEPEL, a high carbon plastic container that measures 15 by 17 inches (40 by 42 centimeters) can hold 1,000 lbs.
and is a product of the FOSTEPEEL family, which also includes FOSTE, FODEC, and FOSTETE.
FOVE, a plastic food holder that measures 11 inches (30 by 36 centimeters) is available for use with up to 400 lbs.
The FOSETE FOVETE food-serving unit measures 10 inches, has a diameter of 8 inches (20 by 22 centimeters), and can store up to 1,400 lbs.
This container was developed by FOSEC, FOSTECH, and a consortium of food manufacturers.
FoSETE is the only food storage option that uses