Low Tox Family



Why I love stainless steel:

đŸ”șThey are durable,
đŸ”șEnvironmentally friendly
đŸ”șLong lasting.(can last a lifetime if treated properly)
đŸ”șLess wasteful
đŸ”șNon toxic
đŸ”șNon leaching
đŸ”șLess expensive over time
đŸ”ș100% Recyclable

I use stainless steel lunchboxes from @aldiaustralia they are on special buys twice a year in the greener range.

@targetaus sell a stainless steel stacking lunchbox.

@planetbox do great individual snack boxes and round pots. They have a really great seal and are completely leakproof. I found these ones great when my son was little. He could lift the lids on and off easily.

@seedandsproutco sell the beautiful planet box stainless steel bento style crunch box.

If your little kindy babes struggle to open the stainless steel lids, try @cheeki_bottles or @smashproductsau available at Coles, Woolworths and Big W.

They have also released a Borosilicate Glass with a protective Silicone Sleeve. Great for older kids or adults. Smash also make a nice looking lunch bag made from recycled plastic water bottles the Smash RPet Eco.

@biomestores do great stainless steel nesting pots
@goodtogohealthy have double level stainless steel with clips so easier for little hands.
@goodbyn polypropylene lunchbox
Onyx glass or stainless steel leakproof containers available at @biomestores

Our thermos food jar for Hot/cold food is from Oasis from spotlight.

I can also recommend @earthbottles They are some of the only brands I’ve found that have stainless steel on the underside of the lid. We want to avoid plastic here leaching into our food.

Look for lunch bags that don’t contain PVC, BPA and look for Natural Jute, Dyed Calico, linen cotton/canvas materials. Some brands also now do recycled drink bottles. Alot of brands are making more sustainable options. Ideally look for EVC on the label for the material inside. Here are some good brands:
@seedandsproutco do an organic cotton bag
Sachi lunch bags