Protect Food From The Outdoors With These Mesh Food Covers

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Masha Berman Contributor
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If you’re hosting any type of outdoor party or event where you’ll be serving food, you will want one of these Simply Genius Pop-Up Mesh Food Covers. I can’t believe I ever went without before, letting all my fresh fruits and vegetables get attacked by mosquitos or destroyed by the sun. And there’s nothing worse than when you’re at the beach and your wet self (or your wet friends or children) drip water all over the food. I needed protection and I couldn’t be happier with these covers.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

Simply Genius 6 pack Large and Tall 17×17 Pop-Up Mesh Food Covers Tent Umbrella for Outdoors, Screen Tents Protectors For Bugs, Parties Picnics, BBQs, Reusable and Collapsible — $14.99

They look basically like little canopy tents, which I think besides being very practical, also look super cute. You’ll definitely have more than a few people ask you where you got them and how you managed to be so creative about serving food outside. And you can tell them that on Amazon, a set of six is only $14.99, and you can get 12 for only $24.00. With your Prime membership, you’ll be eligible for free two-day guaranteed shipping, and if you order before the evening hours, Amazon may even deliver the next day.

To use, you simply place your food inside, and pull the string with the pin up to lock it in place. When you’re done using it, it collapses and can be compactly stored.

Don’t ever let your outdoor event get ruined again and pick up one of these mesh covers!

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Masha Berman