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Insulated Food Storage Container For Healthy Meals Away From Home

Whether you go to college or work every morning, you probably bring your lunch with you. But where do you put it? Tupperware containers are a common option, but they're not particularly suitable for hot meals. If you know me and my site, you know that I strongly discourage you from ever using plastics in contact with food, as there are always toxic chemicals like BPA or endocrine disruptors that transfer from the plastic into the food. Since plastic is not heat resistant, this is even more true for hot foods.

Make Your Lunch Break Healthy With This Non-Toxic Insulated Food Storage Container

This stainless steel food container is perfect for those who eat their meals away from home. It's insulated and keeps your hot meals warm for up to 8 hours - long enough until lunch break. Cold meals are kept cold for 24 hours.
It also comes with a foldable metal spoon, so you're totally independent and can enjoy your meals anytime, anywhere. This makes the super robust food container also the ideal companion on all your trips and hiking tours.

In addition, you can choose between 5 beautiful designs I had made especially for Seas & Straws. Each design is unique and cannot be found anywhere else. They feature 5 hand drawn sea creatures surrounded by plastic. In their natural environment, each of these animals is affected by plastic in their own way, and these designs take that into account.

Wherever you go, you will attract attention. You'll be spoken to, and given the great opportunity to inform people about the problem of plastic pollution. (Do you need arguments? You can find all the facts and figures on this website :-) )

Whether in the office, at college or on your next hiking trip, this insulated food storage container is the perfect companion for the eco-conscious ocean lover in your life.

Choose your (or their) favorite animal - whale, dolphin, sea turtle, sea lion, sea bird, or the Seas & Straws logo. Or get one of my related products for a matching set!

Here's How It Works

  • Scroll down and choose your favorite animal.
  • Here you can read a little more about the product.
  • With a click on the buy button you add the container to your shopping cart.

Have a look at the other products in this store, too - here you can find more lovely gifts like mugs, tumblers, water bottles, canvas bags, t-shirts, or canvas bags.

If you have any question, please don't hesitate to send me a message. I'd be happy to help. 

And if you don't like the lunch bag when you receive it, there's a 100%, no questions asked, return policy.

The Seas & Straws Logo

The Majestic Whale

The gentle ocean giants swim through the seas with their mouths wide open and suck up everything in their path, including lots of plastic pieces. Again and again, whales are washed up with 60 or more pounds of plastic in their stomachs.

Draw attention to this fact with this beautiful design.

The Adorable Sea Lion

Sea lions are often victims of discarded fishing nets floating in the oceans. Once entangled, they cannot free themselves, so they cannot come up to the surface to breathe.

This beautiful design shows that fishing nets are one of the biggest dangers to marine animals on the open sea.

The Playful Dolphin

Like sea lions, dolphins too often get caught in fishing nets. The danger is two-fold: some of them get entangled in discarded ghost nets, but thousands  also end up as so-called "bycatch" on large commercial fishing vessels. 

Spark the conversation on sustainable seafood with this food container.

The Gentle Sea Turtle

Sea turtles have a favorite food: they love jellyfish. In the depths of the ocean, however, they can't always tell the difference between a yummy meal and a floating clear plastic bag. Once ingested, the bag will clog their stomach.

"Save the Sea Turtles from Plastic" is the ideal reminder to stop using plastic bags in the future.

The Caring Sea Bird And Its Chicks

Seabirds are uniquely adapted to life on and near the ocean. They skim the surface and dive into the upper layers of the sea to hunt for fish. Unfortunately, that's also where much of the plastic is, which they then feed to their chicks.

This design points out that our discarded plastic waste most often ends up in the ocean.

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