Before you start planning your next food-filled trip, add this gear to your packing list, which promises to keep your food fresh (and delicious) on the road:

Buzz Feed: Leave the soggy plastic bags at home. Carry your sandwich onboard with Bee’s Wrap storage ($12 to $17), a line of eco-friendly wraps that naturally conform to food. We especially love the 17-by-23-inch Bread Wrap, which is long enough to store a baguette. 

Happy Hour: Whether you need to muddle a lime, uncork a bottle of wine or pop open a beer, the 10-in-one Bar10der tool ($50) is your new best friend. Among its attachments are a jigger, a zester and a corkscrew. Pro tip: Don’t try to tote it through security. 

International Waters: Give your agua a little something extra with the Citrus Zinger water bottle ($20), which has a built-in juicer. Only use it in areas where it’s safe to drink the water, of course. 

It’s Just Lunch: Take Peg & Awl’s waxed canvas Marlowe Lunch Bag ($44), a reusable take on the classic brown bag, on a short road trip. Simply wipe it down with warm water after you’ve polished off your picnic.