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Old 10-26-2016   #1
 
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Food-Grade Plastic Grating?

I'm looking to buy some food-grade plastic grating that I can use to place on top of the block ice in my cooler to then place my frozen goods onto.

I've looked online but have only been able to find massive bulk sheets that cost hundreds of bucks.

Any good sources for this kind of food-grade grating?

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Use milk crates, cut in parts into flat pieces that fit, wire parts together. Cheap.



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How about cutting up one of those fluorescent light egg-crate diffusers ?
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Not food-grade I suppose but I cut up some Polymax kennel flooring for my cooler. It is easy to work with. I cut it into three sections and hinged it with zip ties so I can have access hatches or lift one end for taller items.
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I have used Polymax over the ice for years. I have never worried about it not being food grade. All the food is packaged, so I don't see how it matters????
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I would potentially want to use any left over ice for cocktail ice and wouldn't want some weird, toxic plastic flavor in my drink.
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