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Our school already enforces 'nude food' so we're already up with what to put in the lunchbox (and what not to) but it's all about an appropriate lunchbox that can make or break it.
Hailed as the best thing since sliced bread, and the ultimate way to keep that bread fresh, the Nude Food Movers range consists of a range of reusable plasticware: lunchboxes, sandwich and snack boxes, and stackable snack tubes to name a few.
Each product has been specifically designed to help build healthy, nutritious, homemade lunches and snacks without the use of landfill-favourites like wrappers, foils and plastic cling films.
All products are BPA free and absolutely food safe, making them the perfect choice for families wanting a fun way to transport their food while reducing their environmental footprint!
The Nude Food Movers range is available at Coles, Big W, Officeworks.
So what gets our tick of approval?
- Our school girl finds the rubbish free lunch box easy to open and likes all the compartments for food, snacks and brain food. The yoghurt mover is that brilliant little invention that no other container can do - it actually holds the yoghurt without the drips and spillage!
- Our preppie isn't a big eater so the mini rubbish free lunch box is the perfect size and his cut up fruit holds beautifully in the snack box accompanied with the cutlery mover.
- Our toddler is snack CRAZY and constantly grazing throughout the day so we carry the snack cubes for when we're out and about at the park/library/museum etc and on the go-go-go!
- Mama is quite partial to a salad so the salad container complete with fork and dip sections is genius.
- Papa likes his homemade sandwiches. So before the perfectly sized sandwich box came into use,his sandwich was generally thrown into what was hanging around at the time - hello plastic bag!!
To celebrate Nude Food Day throughout October we're giving away a prize pack to a Little Melbourne reader:
1 x reader will win a $100 Nude Food Movers Prize Pack
Giveaway closes midday 4th November 2016.