Bento-style containers make homemade lunch kits a breeze. Compartments keep food fresh and allow little fingers to snatch up and assemble their favorites. Most set-ups retail for $15 to $25 each at and . Resealable plastic bags and small plastic containers can also get the job done.
Go Green In Stages offers as close to all-inclusive as you’re gonna get with a kid’s lunch kit. They offer some in all sizes for all appetites too. These options are totally custom, meaning, you can mix and match to suit your child’s needs. Best of all, unlike most reusable lunch kits, these come with a super awesome by Klean Kanteen. Most lunch kits come without a bottle or with a too small and/or lame flimsy plastic bottle.
Kids and parents LOVE Laptop lunches gear because it comes in a wide variety of designs and custom options are available. Each Laptop lunch kit offers removable inner containers that can and that are a snap to wash. The convenient size fits in backpacks and most lunchboxes and the containers are microwave/dishwasher safe. Some Laptop lunch kits come with flatware and a water bottle, but I’d skip the water bottle. The bottles are very small and plastic. You’re better off with a .
Kids Konserve makes one of the closer to all-inclusive lunch kits around and makes going waste-free a lot easier. Lunch kits include a recycled cotton sack, cloth napkin, food-grade stainless steel beverage bottle, food kozy, two 8-ounce food-grade leak-proof stainless steel containers and a recycled aluminum name tag. Everything is free of BPA, phthalates, PVC and lead.