Monday, August 27, 2018

Ecolunchbox Wraps and Containers are Practical and Stylish Too!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.



The Furoshiki ECOlunchwrap is the perfect way to carry the Ecolunchbox! Why a wrap instead of plastic? ECOlunchbox is a company that prides themselves on offering you better options to carrying your lunch. If you're using cloth and Bentos that are 100% stainless steel, you have nothing to worry about. I know we see the words BPA-free and we assume our dishes are toxic free, but of course, that's not always the case. With materials like these, it doesn't even have to be a thought. 



I like the Solo rectangle because it's not only 'healthy' to use, but it's also strong and super easy to clean!! My son's lunchbag gets crumbs in the corners from his various items, and it isn't so easy to wash clean. A sponge or cloth doesn't really get in the grooves just right, and I end up having to place it in the dishwasher sometimes to get it properly clean! With the Ecolunchbox line, that's not even a concern...


oh, and they do have a line! You can choose from a whole variety of items to use when you're packing your lunch or snacks. There's truly something for every job.


Right now my son is in aftercare at his school. He does play hard, and he gets hungry in that stretch between my his school getting out and me being able to come and get him. The Ecolunchbox Solo Rectangle is the perfect size to send him with some quality munchies that he can sustain him until I get him home and feed him a proper dinner. It's also easy to open but stays sealed tightly, both of which matter to me.


You can take it for lunch too, not just snacks. In fact, that's what it's designed to do. My son likes to have cold beans and rice, as well as a quesadilla (or cheese wrap, as I call it since he doesn't like any sauce) for lunch. Yes, I said cold. I put a stay-fresh ice pack in with the EcoLunchbox and he's got his favorite lunch at his fingertips. Would I prefer he had something hot? Yes, but at least I know a) that he's thrilled with his lunch on the days I pack this option and b) he's going to eat this if I send it (and we pack a piece of fruit along with it as well). If left to the school lunch menu, he simply won't eat on days he doesn't like what's being served, and that of course is a recipe for disaster.


Now on to the fun part! You can wrap it anyway you see fit. For those more artsy, like my daughter who would likely turn this into a super cute and very functional bag complete with a carrying handle, you can design it as you will!


For those less artsy folks (ahem), like me... ;) you can simply knot each end and carry it along without worries. Simple as that? Yes! 


I honestly love this in concept and in practice. It's wonderful for the environment, safe for you to eat from (completely non-toxic), sturdy, reusable (over and over again), and it's fun too. You can get the containers in many sizes and shapes, and you can get the wraps in different colors. Buy them together or separately! Learn more about Ecolunchbox by visiting their website.

16 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Non-toxic is becoming rare these days.

jjmon2012 said...

Nice box I really like that. But if it is a after school snack how do you keep it cool. Does the wrap kinda do that. I like that it is wrapped separate in his backpack (assume)

Pat Hatt said...

Sounds perfect indeed. Not having to pick out crumbs and clean a pain in the butt lunchbag is a win. The perfect size works too.

mail4rosey said...

Alex, I agree! I love that they are so eco-friendly with everything they make!

jjmon2012 I slip a freeze pack in it. You can put whatever you want in the bag, it fits more than the lunch box if you'd like. :)

Pat, it's the perfect size for snacks for the kiddo, or even lunch for me if I decide to take it sometimes. :)

Prime Beauty said...

Those are so cute and practical too.

Theresa Mahoney said...

What a fun way to carry your lunch! Allison packs every day. I bet she's love this!

alissa apel said...

I enjoy getting lunch things. It's fun to go to work with new things.

Rose Ann Sales said...

That is such a pretty lunch box. I am going to try to get that for my daughter and I am sure she will love it.

Lisa Rios said...

I love earth-friendly products. So many lunchboxes are pure plastic nowadays and that is sad and unsafe for the environment. Glad you are taking a stand!

Ashley said...

These are so cool and I love that they are eco-friendly and non-toxic. I try to avoid using plastic whenever possible, so this is such a great concept!

Preet said...

What a fun and a great idea. I should try this at home. My kids would absolutely love this.

Megan said...

These are suuuch a good idea! What a perfect, eco-friendly solution :)

Lakesha Gadson Holloway said...

What a great option for storing lunches and keeping our kids safe. My son's daycare prepares his food but I will definitely look into this if we ever have to start preparing lunches for him.

Twinspirational Parties said...

What a great lunch box. We actually have been looking for more food storage solutions.

Unknown said...

So cool I might use this for myself when I prepare lunches for my job!

Dana Brillante-Peller said...

We LOVE these containers! They preserve the food better. The boys love taking them for their lunch.