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Rubbermaid Lunch Blox

As I've mentioned, the school year is now starting and I am proud to say that with the exception of probably 5 days throughout the year, I pack my lunch the rest of the time.  Alex is also going to need his lunch packed too, so when Rubbermaid sent me their new Sandwich LunchBlox kit to review I was excited to see what they had designed.

They sent me their Sandwich LunchBlox (left) for free to try, but I ended up loving it so much that when I spotted their lunch divider tray and the Salad Lunch Blox in the store on sale I picked them up too.  The LunchBlox with dividers (middle) is perfect size for Alex's lunch box and comes with 2 dividers inside it that can be removed. I can pack so many yummy things in there.

The Salad LunchBlox (right) has me really excited because I am so tired of having to find containers for all of my salad fixings so they don't get all smooshy by lunch time.  Plus the dressing container is a perfect portion.

The best thing I love is the size.  I couldn't believe how many lunch containers I found that were huge and barely fit in lunch bags that are out there. The kits are accompanied with ice packs that are nice and slim so they don't take up too much bulk in my lunch bag. The pieces all interlock together for easy organization too.  These are definitely going to make my life easier this school year.


More Information from Rubbermaid:
We are very excited to introduce the Rubbermaid LunchBlox Sandwich Kit that saves space and stays organized in any lunch bag! The features of this product include:
  • Modular containers snap together in to save space in your lunch bag
  • Kit includes specially designed Blue Ice™ pack that works with LunchBlox containers to keep lunches chilled on the go
  • Containers are perfectly portioned for lunch foods commonly carried away from home
  • Microwave-, dishwasher- and freezer-safe and BPA-free
  • The Sandwich Kit includes a sandwich container sized for regular and specialty breads, two snack containers (perfect for yogurt or nuts) and a snack container (perfect for fruits, vegetables and
  • chips)

Please note that I was sent the Rubbermaid Sandwich LunchBlox kit for free, the other 2 sets I purchased on my own.  All opinions expressed in this post are my own as well.

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