Brown bag lunches have just gone “green”…

I am by no means a fanatic, but like many of us I like to do the little things that I hope will make less of a negative impact on the environment. This is true of the environment we live in as well as our body’s environment. We ingest and touch so many toxic chemicals and irritants everyday that I like it when someone comes up with a simple way to reduce that exposure. I am not talking about “earth shattering” reductions, but enough to take another little step in the right direction.

One such product is LunchBots. Made of stainless steel, LunchBots are versatile containers to pack your and your kid’s lunch. They are the perfect solution for avoiding plastic containers for packing lunch and snacks. They do not leach chemicals like plastic does. They are eco-friendly and reusable. And quite frankly they look pretty slick!

I actually own all four sizes: Uno, Duo, Eco and Pico. I have used them often and find them very durable and very useful. They handle everything very well (although I have still not had the courage to test sauces and liquids, but then again I don’t trust those in any container that I have to pack unless it’s a screw top!) and hold up well when tossed around by my son (he is in his “test-all-objects-to-see-if-they-bounce” phase). They wash well in the dishwasher and so far are truly rust-free (something many claim, but never make good on). So I highly recommend them for anyone who packs lunch for themselves or for their kids!

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One thought on “Brown bag lunches have just gone “green”…

  1. Melanie says:

    These Lunchbots look really solid! I have been using several plastic containers like ziplock and end up having to throw them out after a while because they stink and get all stained. I will definitely give these a try. Thanks for the info NYD!

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