Win a set of stainless steel lunch containers from LunchBots!

This giveaway has ended. The randomly chosen winner is Amy, comment #331. Congrats! You will be emailed.

If you didn’t win you can still grab up some great LunchBots on their website!

Win a set of 4 LunchBots stainless steel lunch containers!

One each of our most popular items including:

  • -Blue Uno – The perfect container for packing a sandwich, sushi, burrito — your favorite lunch to go.
  • -Orange Duo – The ideal container for snacks. It has a divider for crackers and cheese, fruit and nuts, and more.
  • -Yellow Pico – A smaller version of the Duo, and perfect for packing smaller snacks and toddler portions to go.
  • -Green Eco – Designed for larger portions, it is just right for a salad, large sandwich, take out, and leftovers.

Note: Best for dry foods, LunchBots are not water tight.

To enter: “Like” Lunchbots on Facebook and become a fan of Mothering on Facebook (if you are not already). Then leave a comment on this blog post to enter.

For a second entry, share this giveaway with friends and leave a second comment on the blog.

 

No more plastic baggies, go stainless for Back to School!

About Lunchbots:

LunchBots are stainless steel lunch, snack, and bento containers that are healthier than plastic and better for the environment. We have sizes and styles for all ages including toddlers, children, and adults. Made from the highest quality 18/8 stainless steel, LunchBots are dishwasher safe and designed to last a lifetime. We are a family owned business based in Northern California and our mission is to offer products that help us all reduce our use of plastic. “Like” Lunchbots on Facebook.

Rules: US residents only, two entries per person (one for “liking” and one for sharing). One random winner will be drawn on Aug 26th at 6 PM ET.

Melanie Mayo-Laakso

About

Melanie Mayo-Laakso is the Content Manager for Mothering.com. Mothering is the birthplace of natural family living and attachment parenting. We celebrate the experience of parenthood as worthy of one’s best efforts and are at once fierce advocates for children and gentle supporters of parents.