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Insulated Food Boxes Advice

Author : Ashlei Soutrey

Just about all vacuum insulated containers need to stay out of the dishwasher and microwave. For greatest outcomes, preheat or pre-chill with hot or chilly water for 5 minutes just before placing scorching or chilly foods in the container.

The Thermos brand FUNtainer Straw Bottle and Food Jar, sold at, comes in fun kid-friendly designs such as the Spiderman products pictured below. The food jar holds 10 ounces and has a stainless steel exterior and interior with double wall insulation. At 4 inches in diameter and 5.38 inches high, it fits neatly in a lunch box. It also keeps food hot for five hours and cold for seven. The 12-ounce bottle contains a pop-up straw, holds 12 ounces of cold liquid and measures 7.25 inches in height. Price: $26. Shipping varies.
Insulated Container with Spoon

With its retro/futuristic design, the Thermos Food Jar from (see photo below) features a large white spoon that conveniently locks into the jar's handle. At 10 inches tall, the jar holds 3 ? cups of liquid, which it keeps hot for 12 hours or cold for 20 hours. Available in red or blue. Price: $36. Shipping varies.
Insulated Stainless Lunch Jar

Designed as an insulated version of the Japanese bento box, where a variety of healthy foods are tucked in a compact container, the Mr. Bento Stainless Lunch Jar from features four microwavable inner bowls in an insulated outer container. Chopsticks, a chopsticks holder, and a carrying bag complete the package. The main bowl holds 15.2 ounces, side bowls hold 10.1 and 6.8 ounces, and the soup bowl holds 9.5 ounces. Price: $56.99. Shipping is $8.95.

Insulated food containers are a hungry student or worker's best bet when it comes to keeping hot food toasty until lunch time. Perfect for soups, mac-and-cheese, pasta, and even hot dogs, these containers are designed to fit into a lunch bag or lunch box and resist leakage. For kids, thermoses should also possess an easy-open lid.

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