Stainless steel lunchboxes: Are they better for kids?
We have the top five reasons you should go stainless
Our mums have taught us, and our grandmas taught our mums – stainless steel is the way to go when cooking, but would you got for it when picking a lunchbox from 2,000 that are stacked on hypermarket shelves? The answer is, yes, you should – and here’s why:
It’s less expensive over time
We got your attention with this one – everyone could use a few extra dirhams. The upfront cost is so worth a quality lunchbox that stands the test of time (and kids).
Non-toxic and non-leaching
We’re all seeking safer food storage solutions for our families, so ditching cheap plastic is non-negotiable. Guess what doesn’t cause scary cancers and developmental issues in kids? Stainless steel.
Much more hygienic
OCD mums, can we see a show of hands? Hot water and cleaning products eventually cause scratches in plastic, which are hard to clean. Stainless steel lunchboxes are smooth and non-porous, hence less opportunities for nasty bacteria contamination.
Kids will break anything that comes their way, so expect no mercy towards lunchboxes. Stainless steel is almost impossible to break (unless you’re Hulk) and can be easily opened unlike glass or plastic.
It’s better for the environment
Mother Earth will appreciate your efforts to reduce waste and teach kids how important it is, too. This dependable, durable lunchbox material won’t degrade after years of use and dishwashing, and is 100% recyclable for a zero-waste lifestyle.
When it comes to using stainless steel lunchboxes, you’ve got to see it to believe it. Get one and test it out with the kids, we bet you’re just going to love it.