As a 9-5 commuter I pack my lunch almost every day. I choose to “brown bag it” because my home cooked leftovers or freshly made sandwiches and salads are healthier than most take-out fare; cheaper; greener for the planet; and more convenient for my workday. But there are a few pitfalls to bringing one’s lunch, such as, the occasional crushed sandwich or running out of paper bags. However, these problems are behind me now that I am the proud owner of a new Easy Lunchbox System.
When I received an opportunity to review the eco-friendly lunch box from EasyLunchboxes.com I jumped on it. The Easy Lunchbox System is comprised of a BPA- free plastic bento box that is transported in a vinyl-free insulated cooler. With five colors to choose from for the coolers, the Easy Lunchbox System is a stylish alternative to brown bagging it. In addition, the cooler is large enough to house an ice pack or a bottle or can of your favorite beverage. The bento lunch box is sturdy (no more crushed sandwiches!); large enough to satisfy even the heartiest of eaters; and microwave and dishwasher safe!
In the past few weeks that I have been using the Easy Lunchbox System I can honestly say that I will never go back to paper bags again!
Giveaway Rules: Thanks to the CEO and creator of the Easy Lunchbox System Kelly Lester, I am thrilled to be able to offer my readers an opportunity to win an Easy Lunchbox System: 1 set of the bento lunch boxes and 1 cooler in the color a selected color choice.
Giveaway is open to US and Canada resident only. The winner must not have previously won or received a free product from Easy Lunchboxes.com in the past three months.
First Entry (Required): Visit EasyLunchboxes.com, come back and leave a comment as to what color cooler bag you would like if you win. Also, you must leave your email address in the body of the comment (you can list it as mary123 (at) yahoo(dot)com). If you do not visit the site; list a color preference and include your email address in your comment the entry will not count, so be sure to include these items.
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Disclaimer: EasyLunchboxes.com provided me with a complimentary 4-container set and cooler in order to facilitate my review. The review, however, is my personal honest opinion. Lastly, I was not monetarily compensated to write this review.
I'm a reader/commuter in the DC Metro Area. My daily commute to work provides me with ample time to do what I love most: read! Whether its chick lit, literature, memoirs or other non fiction you can always find me with a book.
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