We recently had the opportunity to try out the amazing three-in-one container from ECOluncbox and loved it, so I’m excited to be able to offer this ECOlunchbox three-in-one bento giveaway to one HEN Family reader. We’ve used this container for lunches and snacks and it’s our favourite eco-friendly reusable container to bring on picnics or outings.
The three-in-one bento container makes it easy to pack a variety of foods and keep them all separate – and safe from squishing! It’s perfect for packing an entree and two side dishes, or even for packing a variety of snacks. A small sandwich on sliced bread fits in the downstairs compartment. Upstairs you can either pack two items side by side, such as hummus in the ECOlunchpod snack containers and cut carrots beside. Or you can pull out the snack container and use it separately, freeing up more space in the upstairs for more food.
The container is made out of 100% stainless steel so it is non-toxic, which is something very important to us and a criteria we always look for, especially when it comes to packing kids’ lunches and snacks. It has none of the estrogen-mimicking toxins commonly found in plastic, such as BPA (bisphenol-A), BPS (bisphenol-S) and phthalates. The kid-tested clips can also be adjusted looser or tighter, and the container is dishwasher safe.
What I really like about ECOlunchbox is their strong commitment to the environment and reducing the amount of plastic that is ending up in our oceans and landfills. The company was started by a fellow mom, which is also pretty cool. They’ve sold more than 225,000 reusable containers so far, and they are also a mission-based social enterprise, which means they use the capitalist engine to educate and empower people to reduce their dependence on plastics.
I definitely recommend their great containers and am happy to be able to give one away for free. Just enter below for your chance to win.
ECOluncbox Three-in-One Bento Giveaway
Amy Heffernan says
I would pack a yummy salad!
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Amy joy says
Awesome timing Megan!
Kelly G says
This looks so wonderful for adventures! I would pack some fruit and cheese, and something salty 🙂
I am originally from India. This one reminds me of the exact lunch box I used to take to school!! Wow…we were pretty eco-friendly then compared to now. Thanks so much for bringing back good memories 🙂
So interesting Kalpana. We also have another similar container from years ago that was modelled after the ones from India:)
Jennifer Dawn says
Those are so neat! What a perfect way to pack a lunch!
Holly MacRitchie says
I would pack my husbands lunch with sandwiches, veggies and dip, and fruit
Carla S says
I would pack cherries, a turkey pita sandwich, and carrots.
They would fit great in the container. Good luck!
Krista Embertson says
Would pack chicken salad wraps in rice paper filled with dried fried and nuts, sesame dressing to dip. They are delicious.
Sounds like a great lunch:)
Salad and BBQ Chicken
Brian Wheatley says
I would pack a raw food brownie! Well… a lot of them!
This is such a great way to pack lunch and in my boxes I would pack tomatoes, spinach and my homemade Basil/almond/kale pesto. I would be able to make a fresh salad to eat!
That sounds so good:)
id pack myself a salad
Andrea Z says
These look great, Megan! I’ve been on the lookout for a good kid friendly, packable, stainless steel set for the up and coming school year. It’s nice that steel is so durable and lighter than the glass containers for kid lunch kits. We have a kids Bento style kit of BPA free plastic that we use right now, but I feel that the less plastic we can use and expose our food to, the better overall. I’m also tired of washing little plastic containers! 🙂 Great post! Thanks for the product knowledge!
Aww thanks Andrea. I love this bento box. Good luck!
I would pack hummus and pita bread with a side of fruit, my boys can eat that all day!
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I like the stainless steel look.
I would pack a salad, or fruit, carrot sticks and hummus.
What a great idea! Thanks for the opportunity!
Jessica Taylor says
My oldest daughter is starting first grade this year. I will obviously be packing her lunch and would love to have something so easy and ecofriendly for her to use! Plus, she would love talking about it to her friends and teachers. She already tries to teach them about artificial ingredients and gmo’s.
That’s so great:)
I would toss those plastic bags, and use the box to pack my husband’s lunch!
Laurie P says
Perfect for cheese & crackers, a salad maybe. Slices of fruit….
KELLY E says
I like the look and it is a great concept
Lia Keller says
I hate it when my food touches! I would love to put in some mozzarella, tomatoes, bread and basil for a lovely picnic lunch!\
I would pack turkey wraps and fruits
Anne Perry says
Id pack fruit and sandwiches
Amazing great idea!
This would be great for my son’s lunches!
Annamarie V says
I would pack Chicken breast, some fresh veggies and Hummus.
I would pack my lunch
Kim Reid says
I would pack a sandwich, salad and fruit for my lunch!
odessa frey says
Pasta Salad, cheese stick, nuts and veggie sticks! I can think of hundreds of options though!
i would do a chicken and rice salad with tahini dressing in the biggest then fruit and maybe yogurt in the smallest one
I would pack nuts and berries!
I would pack fruit, and I love that it would be in a separate compartment – no soggy sandwiches.
I hope that I win cause I would like lunchbox for my daughter!
Amanda Bush says
I would pack my son’s lunch – probably PB & J with some fresh fruits & veggies!
Jessica Peeling says
I would pack hummus and fruits to take to the hospital with me!
Mary Jaglowitz says
I definitely need a set of the lunchboxes! I would put in chopped up chicken in one with brown rice, a container of berries and some raw veggies with a touch of dip.