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How to Store Factor Meals (Answered)

Have you recently ordered meals from Factor, and are wondering the best way to store the meals while they last?

You’re not alone.

How to Store Factor Meals

Many new customers often wonder how they should store their Factor meals so they can enjoy them as long as possible.

The best way to store Factor Meals is to make sure they’re kept in a dry, cool place. If you have a refrigerator with a temperature below 5 degrees Celsius (41 degrees Fahrenheit), that would be ideal. If not, make sure it’s not too hot or cold—keep them away from windows or vents and make sure they’re in an area that doesn’t get direct sunlight.

We’ve made this article to guide you on storing your Factor meals in the most optimal way.

How to Store Factor Meals

Here’s how to store your Factor meals for as long as possible:

1. Remove the Factor Meal from Its Box

To do this, simply open the box and then remove the plastic packaging that surrounds the meal.

It’s important to note that Factor meals are pre-cooked, so you can eat them directly from the box as soon as you remove it from its packaging.

2. Set Your Factor Meal in The Refrigerator

It’s important to store your Factor Meal properly so that it keeps its freshness and flavor for as long as possible.

To do this, first set your Factor Meal in the refrigerator—but be sure not to let it sit on the countertop or in other warm areas for more than an hour.

If you’re preparing more than one meal, make sure that all of them are stored in separate containers.

This will help keep them from getting mixed up or ruined by sitting next to each other in the fridge.

And if you’re preparing a lot of Factor Meals at once, consider using smaller containers so that they can be stored separately from each other easily.

3. Store Your Factor Meal

Factor meals are made fresh and can be stored in the refrigerator for up to four days after delivery. If you don’t eat all of your meal within that time frame, you can freeze it!

You can store your frozen meals for up to three months.

When you’re ready to cook your Factor meal, simply remove it from the freezer and transfer it into the refrigerator overnight (so that it thaws overnight).

This allows the food enough time to defrost properly before being cooked.

6 Tips for Storing Factor Meals

But before you dive into your new meal delivery service, it’s important to know how to store your meals properly so they stay fresh until you’re ready to eat them.

We’ve got some tips on how to store your Factor Meals below:

1. Keep Them in The Fridge

Factor meals are made with fresh ingredients, so they need to be kept cool.

If you keep them in the fridge, it will help them stay fresher for longer, as well as keep them from spoiling.

It’s a good idea to put them in an airtight container so that they don’t get too much moisture on them and make sure to use a container that has enough room for all of your Factor meals.

2. Heat up The Factor Meals Quickly

When you’re ready to eat your Factor meal, heat it up in the microwave or oven quickly before serving—this will ensure that they don’t lose their flavor or nutrition.

It’s also important not to overcook Factor meals because they’re already cooked perfectly when they get delivered!

So no need to worry about burning yourself or ruining dinner by trying out new recipes on your own time with these delicious products!

3. Freeze Your Meals

Freezing your Factor meals is a great way to make sure they don’t go bad while they’re waiting for you to cook them.

If you’re worried about the taste or texture of your meal, don’t be!

In our experience, Factor’s meals are incredibly tasty even after being frozen and reheated!

4. Use a Container that Has an Airtight Lid

If you want to make sure your Factor meals are fresh and ready to go when you need them, using a container with an airtight lid is key.

This will keep the ingredients fresh for longer and reduce the amount of time it takes for your meal to be ready to eat.

5. Eat Soon After Preparing Your Meal

It’s always best to eat them soon after you’ve prepared them.

This will ensure that the food tastes as fresh as possible, and it also ensures that you’re getting all of the nutritional benefits of the ingredients in your meals.

6. Keep Your Meals Warm For As Long As Possible

You’ll want to keep your meal warm for as long as possible after it’s been cooked, so that it stays at peak quality when you’re ready to eat it.

We recommend using a microwavable container with a lid on top and covering it tightly with plastic wrap before reheating!

To keep your microwave clean and avoid splatters, we recommend using a plate or bowl underneath your container when reheating your food.

3 Benefits of Storing Factor Meals

There are 3 main benefits to storing Factor Meals:

1. Convenience

Factor meals are made up of all the ingredients you need to create a healthy and delicious meal, which means all you have to do is heat and eat!

This is great for those who want to save time on cooking or those who don’t have time to cook when they get home from work.

2. You can Prepare Your Meals in Advance

If you know you’re going to be busy during the week, prepare your Factor meal for the entire week ahead of time so that it’s ready to go when you need it!

You can also freeze Factor meals for later use if you’re not able to finish them all at once (they’ll keep in the freezer for up to 3 months).

3. It’s Economical

If you’re looking to save money on your Factor Meals, it may be worth storing them.

Storing Factor meals will allow you to make more meals out of each ingredient, which means that you’ll get more value out of your subscription.


Okay, so it’s not rocket science, but these tips should give you a more efficient way to store your Factor meals.

And while they’re intended to help you better store Factor meals, they can be applied to any meal kit delivery service as well.

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