Are these food grade plastic??
Apparently, they're made by a French company called EDA plastiques (part number 60722). Their catalogue indicates it falls under the requirements/guidance/whatever of EN 12546-2, which is for "Materials and articles in contact with foodstuffs - Insulated containers for domestic use - Part 2: Specification for insulated bags and boxes". So to me, that suggests it'll be fine to use, BUT I'm not even remotely confident (being unable to access the actual text of that guidance info), especially given that elsewhere in the catalogue, they make a song & dance about their jerrycans being "Food safe according to European standard", with no such note elsewhere for coolers etc...
Unpleasant swamp water
stout - chilli/choc stout (5.5%)
Muad'Dib - Orange & pepper saison (10.2%)
Ghost Patrol - A filthy 8.9% stout
Bay & Rosemary ale - unhopped gruity swill
Hoppy aCcident - hoppy AG pale ale
[b][w][l].[q][a][b] - A brown lager-ish booze
An un-named Sierra Nevada-ish clone
Yggdrasil - TriMaSH session ale (5.5%)
1.Nite.In.NYC - IPA (5.5%)
Last edited by geigercntr; 09-02-2017 at 12:06 PM.
Reason: Updated info