The Little Lunchbox Co lunchboxes allow you to make endless combinations of nutritious food that will look appetising by using different textures and colour combinations.
Little Lunchbox Co Lunchboxes have been designed specifically for children who prefer variety in their lunchbox.
Five Compartments- Clouds or Superhero or Pineapple or Unicorn
Pack balanced meals with ease when using the Bento Five which has one compartment for each of the five food groups. Foods such as fruit, veggies, crackers and yogurt can all be packed side by side without the risk of spoiling.
Capacity – 980ml
Dimensions – 17.5cm x 17.5cm x 5.6cm
- This easy clean lunch box has a child friendly latch with no removable parts to get lost and is made from durable BPA free products.
- Store wet foods* next to dry foods without the risk of spoiling
- The Little Lunchbox Co Lunchboxes are dishwasher safe (top rack – low temperature).
- It is great for the environment and will save you money by allowing you to buy in bulk, which is cheaper and creates much less waste compared to individually packaged food.
- The fun designs on the outside will make your children eager for meal time to arrive.
- Because the bento lunchbox has no removable parts it is compact yet holds a deceptively large amount of food to help fuel growing bodies. It is even suitable for adults.
Follow our Top Lunchbox Tips
Whether it is your child’s first year at Kindy or last year of High School.
Creating healthy school lunches is the key to sustaining their body to get through the day!
- Write a list of each child’s favourite sandwich topping, fruit,
vegetables and snacks. – Use our free Printables for Fruit, Veges, Dairy, Carbs and Protein ideas.
- Pre-cut fruit and vegetables and pop them in airtight containers in the fridge the night before.
- A small container of cubes of cheese, a container of watermelon cubes, strawberries or slices of carrots would be great to bring to school for crunch and sip, fruit time or morning tea.
- Dip fruit like apples and bananas in citrus juice (lemon or orange juice) or soda water to prevent browning.
- Bake in bulk (when you have some spare time) and freeze savoury and sweet muffins, scrolls, pikelets, scones for quick lunchbox snacks.
- Chill cooked foods (like hard boiled eggs) before packing the lunchbox.
- Pack leftovers straight into the lunchbox the night before. (corn cobs, pasta).
- Cut food into appropriate bite size pieces to encourage maximum food is eaten in limited time.
- Put the lunchbox inside an insulated lunch bag that will hold an ice pack and lunch box, to keep everything cool for several hours.
- Choose an easy to open but leak proof water bottle. In summer months add ice cubes or freeze and wrap in a tea towel.
- Try to avoid sending junk food in packets, these processed foods are not good for growing children and create a lot of rubbish in the school grounds.