Monday, August 12, 2013

ECOlunchbox Review

We are going green for back to school with a little help from ECOlunchbox!

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When the school year begins so too does the waste from traditional school lunch boxes. You have sandwich baggies, paper towels and even plastic spoons and forks that will all be used once and then thrown away.

ECO Lunchbox offers better alternatives that are waste-free: 
Stainless Steel, Cotton, and Bamboo!

ECOlunchbox Solo Cube: Square Metal Sandwich Box

This year, my daughter will be sporting her own Stainless Steel Solo Cube in her lunch box. 
This non-toxic sandwich box is plastic-free, lead-free, BPA-free, phthalate-free and waste-free. They are dishwasher safe but not for use in the microwave. You CAN reheat foods using this cube in medium-hot oven! This will definitely last us long time, it won't retain stains, odors or residues and its UNBREAKABLE! 

Stainless Steel Spork

The nifty little ECOStainless Spork is another awesome addition to her lunch box this year! Perfect for ages 5-105 (ECO Lunchbox recommends the EcoKidSpork for children under 5)  this spork has a generous sized spoon on one end and three tines on the other which pretty much covers all bases as far as school lunches go.

ECOnapkins: Set of 2 Artisan Cloth Napkins

Not to be under-stated, the ECOnapkin will save the most trees in this bunch. These reusable cotton napkins will replace all paper towels we may be tempted to use.  They come in a variety of colors and patterns and are hand block printed.

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