Many people take food to work and school everyday because it is healthier, cheaper and convenient. Having a container that will accommodate a variety of food makes the job of packing lunch fun and easy. This Rubbermaid LunchBlox is an environmentally friendly option that saves us money and hassle of finding small containers.
There are 2 varieties of LunchBlox kits for sandwich and salad. The boxes and the Blue Ice packs are BPA free. The containers can be put in the microwave, dishwasher and freezer. The LunchBlox collection keeps the lunch organized in any type of lunch bag without a hassle as it optimizes space. The containers carry enough food that is perfectly proportioned for a healthy meal for one person.
The LunchBlox containers have a specially designed Blue Ice pack that fits with the containers to keep the lunch chilled while we are on the go. The containers keep the food fresh without wilting or spoiling.
The ease of transporting the containers allows us to take a variety of healthy meals for lunch everyday.
For example in this sandwich kit there is a sandwich container, side container, 2 snack container and a medium Blue Ice pack.
In the salad kit there is a salad base with lid, 1 salad topping tray, 1 dressing container and a Blue Ice pack.
The cost of these Rubbermaid LunchBlox is about $10 to $13. It is available at Walmart, Loblaws, Home Hardware, London drugs, Co-op and TruServ. They also have open stock assortments that range from $3 to $8.
This Rubbermaid LunchBlox is a solution for many of us as studies show 83% of people working outside the home take food to work and eat in their office or cubicle.
44% of people find it hard to fit food storage containers into their lunch box and bag.
If you would like to win 4 kits (2 sandwich kits and 2 salad kits) leave a comment on this post. The giveaway is open to people in Canada so please say if you are in Canada on the comment to enter the giveaway.
The giveaway ends on May 20th.
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