When living on a budget it is best to make your own meals for school or work. With the Easy Lunchbox system it makes it convenient to do so. Making my husbands lunches becomes a simple task for me just to lay out the containers and add all his food to them for work. My husband really enjoyed using these containers for his lunches. He was very pleased that when he microwaved the containers that they retained their shape and didn't feel wimpy. It quickly became the talk of the break room with everyone asking about the Easy Lunchbox system. At home these containers are great for my toddler's snacks especially when we are on the go. They clean up great in the dishwasher as well.
EasyLunchboxes is a bento-style, 3-compartment container with easy open lids. Although they are not leak proof they are great for carrying a variety of lunches or snacks. The compartments are great for portion control as well. The main compartment is able to hold a sandwich or other entree while the two little compartments are great for snacks. Two EasyLunchboxes also fit into their lunch Bags with room to spare for a drink or icepack. The lunch bags are made of the highest quality 300D Polyester and come in five different colors.
The containers contain no lead, vinyl, PVC, phthalates, or bisphenol A (BPA). The portable lunch containers are safe for dishwasher, freezer, and microwave. The cooler bags can be machine washed.
These containers are great for kids to take to school or on the go. They are great for adults looking to eat portion sized meals. Below is a video with examples of some lunch ideas.
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