Temperatures in the trunk can rise up to and beyond 40°C. Therefore, you need to think ahead:
Dry products such as milk formula, cereal paps in powder form and jars of fruit-based foods are quite robust. These products can be transported in the trunk without any problems.
Vegetables and products containing meat (menus, meat preparations), however, might go bad if they are exposed to temperatures above 40°C for a longer period of time. Therefore, we recommend keeping temperature in mind for keeping these products safe. If possible, store them somewhere inside the passenger compartment. Ventilation and air-conditioning will keep temperatures lower.
Transport in the trunk: pre-cool the jars in the fridge before you start your trip, then put them in a refrigerated transport container (bag, box). First, jars have to be stored carefully to prevent breakage.
Ideally you should keep the entire tray, still packaged in plastic film. All the products you need during the drive should be ready to hand inside the car.