Babble Best Picks:
Kids Lunch Boxes 2011
Whether your little one is heading off to nursery school or high school, pack their lunch in a way that gets them excited to eat a healthy meal. Factoring in durability, portability, and affordability, we rounded up the very best tried-and-true lunch boxes that will make meal-packing a little more bearable. If we missed a lunch box you and the kiddo love, please nominate it here!
- Michelle Horton
Best for Big Kids | Fluf Lunch Sacks
Most kids get to a certain age where structured lunch boxes (especially with characters and bright patterns) are suddenly un-cool. They’d rather starve than pull out a bulky, organized, insulated bag that they once eagerly toted around. Yet you’re not about to give them paper or (gasp!) plastic bags that just get thrown away – not while you’re footing the grocery bill. So we found the ultimate solution: Fluf lunch sacks. Kids will love this brown-paper-bag alternative, which comes in sophisticated prints, while mom will love that it’s machine washable (with a removable, washable liner). And everyone wins with the sustainable, high-quality design that’s locally and ethically made with organic cotton and phthalate-free materials.
Find it at Fluf for $19.00