If you want nothing but stainless steel in your reusable containers, the Lunchbots Simply Stainless Lunch Set will satisfy. It contains the 3 most popular Lunchbots containers--the Uno, Duo, and Eco--all with Lunchbots' new stainless steel embossed lids. There's not a drop of paint in sight, nor any plastic to come in contact with your food. Best of all, you get 3 Lunchbots for the price of 2!
The Lunchbots Uno is just right for a sandwich, while the Duo holds a pair of your favorite snacks or sides. The Eco is sized for a sub, wrap, or hearty salad.
You can eat with confidence, knowing that LunchBots will never leach harmful chemicals or heavy metals into your food. Safe, reusable, and fun to use, LunchBots are the modern way for kids and adults alike to bring lunch.
- Durable containers made of pure stainless steel securely hold hearty servings of fresh foods
- Fabricated of food-grade stainless steel, Lunchbots will not leach harmful chemicals or metals into food
- Stainless lids and cases are dishwasher safe
- Best for dry foods, as lids are not water tight
LunchBots lids and containers are made of high quality, food grade, Type 304 stainless steel. Stainless steel is an alloy made from natural elements: iron ore, chromium, silicon, nickel, carbon, nitrogen, and manganese. Type 304 stainless is a composition of 18% chromium and 8% nickel, commonly known as 18/8 stainless.
Lunchbots are made of type 304 stainless steel, the same material used to make coffee urns, sinks, cooking pots. Lunchbots will not leach harmful chemicals or absorb food flavors and odors. Plastic reusable containers, on the other hand, will degrade over time and may leach potentially harmful chemicals.
Lunchbots stainless steel containers are dishwasher safe and may also be washed in warm, soapy water.
About the Manufacturer
The LunchBots company is dedicated to creating safe, usable, and fun food containers that both parents and kids love. LunchBots are a healthful alternative to plastic containers for packing lunch to go. Many recent studies have raised questions about the toxicity of plastics. The Lunchbots company believes that plastic materials do not belong in food containers, especially ones our children use.
Using containers like LunchBots in place of sandwich baggies does the planet a favor. Yes, plastic sandwich and snack bags are super handy when you're packing lunches. But consider how many bags you use in a day, a week, a month, a year. Think about how much money you're spending on something that just gets thrown away.
The average American family discards 1,500 plastic bags each year. As a nation, we throw away an estimated 100,000,000,000 plastic bags annually. Worldwide, it's more than 500 billion!
Think about what happens to those bags after you've tossed them out. A typical sandwich bag can take up to 1,000 years to decompose. As it breaks down, it releases hazardous petroleum by-products into our soil and waterways, which become part of our food chain. We are passing on a contaminated planet to our children and grandchildren—simply for our own convenience.