Wrap a Buck - Product info

After countless cases whereby the quality of the meat was determined by the means of transporting a carcass and poor travel hygiene, Loraine  used their years of experience in the industry and developed a bag to preserve a carcass and its meat from the hunting farm to the butcher.

With several tests and research they have developed a unique carry bag that will change the hunting experience and after hunting experience for many hunters! Wrap-a-Buck is not only hygienic and breathable; it preserves your meat – the most important part in the transportation process of a carcass.

This is what Wrap-A-Buck can do for you:

  • Wrap-A-Buck comes with 5 absorbent disposable inner liners. No more messy transportation!
  • With Wrap-A-Buck’s endurable UV Protected Fabric, you can now transport up to two carcasses or 150kg at once.
  • Eight handles and adjustable straps ensure easy carrying.
  • With your Wrap-A-Buck bag no dirt, insects or bacteria can enter and start an infestation process. Your meat is preserved from beginning to end.

 

Wrap A Buck bring experience and expertise to all aspects of this transportation process and insight into the hunting industry

 



Bacteria

Bacteria all share one thing in common, bacteria-wrap-a-buckthey want to live and given the proper conditions, they will multiply. They don't grow bigger, they just divide and divide and divide until there is nothing for them to eat, or until conditions become so unfavourable that they stop multiplying and die.

Salmonella or Escherichia coli will find their way with infected meat into our intestines and if present in sufficient numbers, will pose a serious danger.

Pathogens like to multiply in nutritious foods like Meat, Chicken and Fish.

Bacteria need the following to grow:

Heat (temperature):

The 'danger zone' temperatures at which bacteria grow best are between 5 degrees Celcius and 63 degrees Celcius.  Transporting the cargo in a black plastic bag creates the perfect conditions for bacteria to grow.

Moisture:

Bacteria are found in dust, but need moisture to grow... The cargo must be protected from moisture as quality can be diminished, the storage requirement for meat is to be in a cool, dry and well ventilated place.

The blood of the carcass creates the moisture  that bacteria needs to grow in   The time the carcass is in the plastic bag, being transported from point A to point B is when the bacteria uses the blood for moisture to grow.

Food:

Like any other living thing, germs need food to grow. High protein foods like meat and fish are the ideal food for bacteria to thrive in.  It is an ideal for Bacteria to grow when cargo is transported in a warm and clumsy environment.

Time:

In ideal conditions (i.e. in moist foods at 37 degrees Celcius) bacteria will grow and multiply by dividing into two every 20 minutes. After 6 hours, in these conditions, one bacterial cell could become 131 072 bacteria!  Within 4 hours bacteria is formed when cargo is transported in a warm environment for example a plastic bag.

BY TRANSPORTING MEAT IN PLASTIC BAGS, YOU ARE CREATING THE BEST ENVIRONMENT FOR BACTERIA TO GROW!!

Heat, moisture and time are the 3 factors that influence growth of bacteria.

Heat: Plastic bag, no ventilation, cause sweaty meat due to increased humidity.

Moisture: Fluid in the form of blood.

Food: Meat the ideal food for bacteria.

Time: Drive time to destination

 

Fighting bacteria is a never ending battle, but at least you can do your best to turn the odds in you favour, by using a WRAP A BUCK carcass bag to transport all your meat.

Bacteria

Bacteria

Bacteria all share one thing in common, they want to live and given the proper conditions, they will multiply. They don't grow bigger, they just divide and divide and divide...

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