ECOlunchbox {REVIEW}

Wednesday, May 23, 2012 0 Comments A+ a-

ECOlunchbox has provided me with the items mentioned in this post to facilitate this review. I am under no obligation to return the product.

Lately, I've really been trying to cut back on using plastics, especially with the BPA found in Tupperware.. This process has been incredibly liberating for me. There's nothing better than the feeling you get when you know you're doing something good for your family. And, when you get rid of the bad, it's fun to bring in the good! It was in this process, I discovered ECOlunchbox.


ECOlunchbox
ECOlunchboxes are stainless steel bento boxes that are plastic-free, waste-free, lead-free, BPA-free, PVC-free, and vinyl-free. Basically, they're a non-toxic alternative to the harmful plastics we often use to store our food in. They're heavy-duty, durable, dishwasher safe, and beautifully-designed.

I have found the lunchbox to be excellent for leftovers. I also love that they're unbreakable and that the stainless steel doesn't stain or retain odors. I'll never store pasta in anything else again! The yogurt cup is great for things like applesauce & dips... and doesn't leak!

Furoshiki: ECOsnacksack
The cloth furoshiki is an awesome alternative to plastic baggies and other leachy food containers. You can use this chic and versatile cloth sack used to hold things like fruit, nuts, sandwiches, and more! Just put your food in the ECOsnacksack, tie in a knot, and you're ready to go! I love how easy it is to use... and that it's machine-washable.

The ancient Japanese tradition of knotting, folding, and twisting furoshiki, dating back to the 17th century, is newly chic as the dangers of plastic to our health and the environment have become widely known. Eco-consumers are looking to the past for inspiration in search of non-toxic and waste-free solutions for daily living.
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