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When I was a kid, my parents would always pack me lunch using plastic sandwich bags and put into my metal lunchbox. The metal lunchbox protected my snacks and sandwich and never had issues with it being smashed to smithereens. Nowadays metal lunchbox’s are the past and kids use the soft ones which are fine except you run the risk of your snacks and sandwiches looking like they were rolled over by a truck. If your kids are anything like mine they do not arrange their backpacks carefully to make sure their lunch bag is not on the bottom and heavy things not on top of their lunch. When Rubbermaid allowed me, to review their LunchBlox kid’s lunch kit I was delighted and I can ensure that my child’s lunch will be safe at all times. Rubbermaid LunchBlox comes in tall for tall lunch bags and flat for flat lunch bags.
Rubbermaid LunchBlox new innovated design makes it easy for children to open the containers as the lids have a bigger tab that makes it easier for little fingers to use. In addition, these come in fun bright colors that are appealing to children’s eyes.
The ice pack sits in between the snack containers and the sandwich container, which in turn keeps the items cool and fresh. The ice pack snaps onto the sandwich container and the two-snack containers stack on top to fit securely in your child’s lunch bag.
The containers are perfect in size making it easy to proportion snacks for their lunch. On the days, my daughter does not take her lunch I fill up the containers with grapes and other items and when she comes home from school, she can just go into the fridge and grab her after school snack. Crackers and slices of cheese are also a snack my daughter likes in fact, it fits nicely into the small container while staying fresh and cool. Fresh fruit salad is also another great option to use in these containers and you will not have to worry about it going bad or being too warm. Most schools nowadays are peanut- free; it can be difficult finding a sandwich that would not spoil easy. Now with the Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kid’s containers they can take any kind of sandwich without worry of spoiling. These containers are dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe. In addition they are BPA- free. You can find all these products at Rubbermaid.
Congratulations Kristi Renout!!!!!! – Winner has beenconfirmed.
Rubbermaid is giving one Tricia’s Treasures reader a chance to win their very own LunchBlox Kit. This includes 4 pieces. This giveaway is open to US and Canada.
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Disclaimer: By entering this giveaway, you agree to have your name published if you are a potential winner. Winner will be contacted via email upon ending of this giveaway within 48 hours and will have 48 hours to respond or prize will be forfeited and a new winner will be chosen. All prizes will be awarded at sponsors discretion. Giveaway will start at 3:00pm EST (08/20/13) and end at 11:00pm EST (08/30/13). Number of eligible entries received will determine the odds of winning. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY and VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. Must be 18 years or older to enter and be a resident of the US.