RED BANK, N.J., June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- ThermaFreeze™ Products Corporation (Pink Sheets: TZPC), the maker of patented refrigerant products designed for consumer and commercial use, is scheduled to debut its reusable dry gel ice sheets on QVC. The 15-piece ThermaFreeze Reusable Ice Sheets is scheduled to appear on "In the Kitchen with David," a popular show about cooking products, on Sunday, June 6 between 12PM-3PM ET (11AM-2PM CT, 9AM-12PM PT).
The episode will feature ThermaFreeze's dry gel pack alternative to ice and ice substitutes, which has gained notoriety for its powerful flexibility, light packaging and the ease with which it can be cut into other sizes. ThermaFreeze's plastic-and-cloth design helps the pack stay cold 75 percent longer than traditional gel packs. Applications for ThermaFreeze reusable dry gel packs range from treating injuries to packaging easy-spoil food items for shipping to keeping a packed lunch cold.
"QVC is a great sales outlet to help us expose a wider consumer audience to our product," said Jim Bolton, Chief Operating Officer of ThermaFreeze Products Corporation. "The show gives us the opportunity to focus on one of the many applications for ThermaFreeze—or, more specifically, how our dry gel packs work for keeping food fresh."
For more information about "In the Kitchen with David," visit http://www.qvc.com/cgen/render.aspx?qp=promo|cd_itkwb_wknd.
About ThermaFreeze™ Products Corporation
ThermaFreeze™ Products Corporation manufactures and markets a patented, innovative refrigerant product designed for use in the commercial shipment of perishables and for use as a consumer compress and chiller product. The ThermaFreeze refrigerant is flat, lightweight and flexible, even when frozen, making it more convenient and cost-effective to use than ice, gel packs, ice bricks and dry ice. For more information, visit www.thermafreeze.com.
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