School is right around the corner, and I’m sure you’re looking for some great products to use in your child’s lunch box. If you’re into Bento and Artisian lunches, or even into keeping your children’s foods separated, without using lots of baggies, you may be interested in EcoLunchBoxes. We bought stainless steel lunch boxes and stainless steel reusable containers 3 years ago and they are still in great shape. They cost a little more up front, but the cost is offset by the fact that you don’t have to replace them.
The ECOlunchboxes are BPA free, plastic free, PVC free, waste free, and petroleum free, so they’re a great way to go green when sending your children to school. They offer so many different containers, that I’m sure you’ll find a size to work for you.
The Solo Cube, is great for sandwiches, fruits, or chips for snack time, or if they’re packing light. You could even put a small salad into this container, for a great way to carry your food to school, or even work.
The Snack container is also great for fruits, crackers, nuts, or anything that your child (or even you) are craving, but don’t want to put into a baggie. They seal tight so that none of your food gets mushy, or loses it’s crunch.
There are so many great lunch containers, as well as carrying bags to put them in to take to school or work, so that you’re not wasting paper bags. These are great for kids or teens to carry to school, or even to send with your older children to college so that they have a great way to pack their own lunches on long school days. Plus, what college kid doesn’t need more storage containers!
These lunch containers are a great way to teach your children to go green, and not worry about chemicals leeching into their foods, and making them sick. Plus, they’ll look pretty cool when lunch time comes!
Have you tried ECOlunchboxes yet? If so, let me know what you think in the comments!