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Going back to college has meant going back to making sandwiches in the morning. And while carving out those precious few minutes to prepare some satisfying food has been tricky, the reward is great when that grumbling tummy rears it’s hungry head.
But with making sandwiches comes the problem of transport. How does one get the painfully prepared food whole and not mushy to school? Well, my lovely and generous friend C. has now solved that problem in the form of a multipurpose plastic box.
Not only can I now safely transport my sandwich I can add a few other snacks as well – some yummy bites to tide me over until I can enjoy dinner at home. An added bonus, this folding box is green, my favourite colour.
Today it will have its first outing and I hope that it works out the way it should. After all no one likes soggy falling apart sandwiches.
What a great idea.
Jensine, where can I get one? Great product for kids who take lunch in a brown bag!
Enjoy the posts!
Yes, I am wondering the same thing. I have been using Easylunchboxes.com lunchboxes for my kiddos but this one looks pretty darn cool (and easy to use).
Hi Shoes, it really was great and if your boys are picky about food “touching” (which some are) it is perfect. I can report no food touched and everything stayed perfectly in it’s place. I really think it is great. As I said to Michael here is the link to the store locator http://sistemaplastics.com/where-to-buy/ Hope all is well with you Jensine
I actually don’t know where my friend got it, and I have no idea about the cost, but I googled it. The name of the company is called Sistema and they seem to sell in the USA too! Here is their shop locator http://sistemaplastics.com/where-to-buy/. I hope that helps. I have to say I loved it yesterday, everything stayed in it’s place and it was really easy to use. My one is called Lunch Cube.
Hope you are well and having a good time. Here the weather is bright and sunny, if a little cool, but warm for this time of the year.
Talk soon Jensine