How to Brown Bag It Without the Brown Bag….Lunchsense

October 25, 2008 at 11:41 pm 1 comment

So tough economic times means more of us should be brown bagging it to work and school, right?  I am all for this movement, but want to ‘brown bag it’ without having to actually carry a brown or (worse yet-a plastic) bag.   A friend of mine recently turned me on to these lunch boxes she discovered for online that are designed to be the solution to the endless, tedious task of packing lunches for yourself or your children.  

I believe this item is a must have because of its incredible quality and durability.  One lunchbox lasts for YEARS- not a school year, but many school years.  No more wasting money and resources by contanstly buying plastic baggies, paper bags, and cheap vinyl lunchboxes that fall apart in a matter of months (and let’s face it- will get that gross lunchbox “funk”).  

The special Lock & Lock containers that comes with each Lunchsense lunchbox are awesome.  They do not leak, they open and close easily, they go from freezer to fridge to microwave with ease. I love packing a lunch without having to frantically search for container lids!  

The Lunchsense lunchboxes are simple, durable, easy to clean and multi-functional.  Each box folds out and becomes a convienent and sanitatary placemat.  They are popular with moms because they are lead-free, vinyl-free, and have dishwasher safe, BPA-free containers that fit perfectly into the box.  They also include a rigid, leakproof ice pack (how cool is that?).   

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  • 1. laluminata  |  October 28, 2008 at 11:00 pm

    These lunchboxes are great, what a good idea!

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