Let’s Do Lunch

Looking for a safer alternative to plastic lunch boxes and water bottles? Whether you’re packing lunch for yourself or your kids, these plastic-free picks are better for the environment and for you!

planetbox

We use – and love – our PlanetBox lunch box. We have the Rover and the compartments make it a snap to pack mains, sides, and a little treat. It’s easy for kids to see their entire lunch all at once, so there’s no fumbling while they open multiple containers.

sandwich

Skip the plastic wrap and foil paper when you are packing a sandwich. Try these LunchSkins reusable sandwich bags. They come in many colors, sizes and shapes and are perfect for everything from snacks to sandwiches.

beeswrap

Bees Wrap is another great alternative to foil and plastic wrap. Best of all, it’s reusable, and made of beeswax, organic cotton, organic jojoba oil and tree resin.

lunchbots

We love Lunch Bots for their bento boxes made of stainless steel. They come in a range of sizes perfect for everything from preschool snack to office lunch.

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These U Konserve round containers are great for packing snacks, treats and dips to make lunch a little more interesting.

lunchbots

Want to keep something hot (or cold) until lunchtime? Send soup, chicken nuggets or even gazpacho to school in style with the Thermos Insulated Food Jar or the Lunchbots Insulated Food Container.

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And if you need to send napkins in, consider using reusable cloth napkins like these gorgeous napkins in kid-friendly prints from Funkins.

Check out our favorite non-plastic water bottles here!

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