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ECO Lunchbox

I bring my lunch to work most days . This way I know exactly what is in my food nutrition wise. Others want to eat fast food , but I personally don’t think it’s good for you at all. After all food is fuel. It needs to be nutritious and not full of stuff that isn’t good for your body. Since I opt to make my own meals and I am trying to be good to the environment I use ECO friendly ways to carry my lunch. The folks over at ECOlunchboxes.com sent over some of their products for us to review.

ECOlunchbox Oval

This is so great. I love that there is made from stainless steel and has no plastic chemicals leaching into my food. It is also easy to make sure your ECOlunchbox Oval gets clean when you wash it. My diet varies and when I eat a Paleo diet I use alot of natural oils like coconut oil. Sometimes it’s really difficult to get oils off of plastics. No problems with stainless.

Description
Tired of using Tupperware and other plastics? But you don’t have other options for packing food for lunch? Try our BPA-free eco lunchbox made out of high-quality, food-grade stainless steel.

•Large oval lunchbox measures 6 1/2 inches long by 5 inches wide and 2 inches tall. Stainless steel food container fits two halves of a sandwich stacked with room for sides. Also great for pastas, salads and other leftovers.

•Lunchbox set includes a small stainless steel cup (3 1/2″ diameter) with a no-leak, BPA-free plastic lid for sauces, dressings, yogurt, applesauce or other wet items. The cup fits inside the larger oval box or can be used separately.

• We have chosen not to use any plastic or other gaskets in the pressure-fitting lid of the oval box, so it’s not 100% leak proof. Soups and other very wet items should be put in the small sauce cup with the plastic lid.

• Independently lab tested as lead free, food-safe grade 304 stainless steel.

Dishwasher safe. Not for use in the microwave. Made in Thailand.

Furoshiki ECOlunchwrap

This wrap is not only highly functional it is beautiful as well. ECOlunchboxes.com has lots of styles and patterns to choose from. The wrap is quite easy to tie after reading the enclosed instruction card. Even makes it’s own little handle. Perfect for eating out of doors as your Furoshiki ECOlunchwrap can double as a large place-mat of sorts to keep your food off of the ground or picnic-table. Machine wash-ability makes for easy clean up if you spill.

Description

Chic and versatile, furoshiki is the original eco lunchbag from Japan. If you can tie two knots, you can transform our Furoshiki ECOlunchwrap into a stylish lunchbag!

The ancient Japanese tradition of knotting, folding and twisting, dating back to the 17th century, is newly chic as the dangers of plastic to our health and the environment have become widely known.

Double-sided and machine washable, our cotton furoshiki (pronounced f-ROHSH-kee) wrap is sewn from colorful fair trade textiles hand printed by artisans using wooden blocks and wax batik techniques perfected over generations. Whether you are packing food at home, picking up take-out or just need a versatile bag, our wraps make it easy to say goodbye to plastic bags, vinyl totes and other leachy food containers.

Plastic-free, BPA-free and waste-free, our furoshiki wraps are yummy and yuck-free for people of all ages plus our planet. Measure 24 x 24 inches. Machine wash/tumble dry. Made in India.

Some of the many beautiful patterns available

ECOlunchboxes.com sells:

Hardware

Soft Goods

Accessories

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