Bright Bin

People want to eat good, healthful food nowadays, food that’s organic, cruelty-free, and free of any chemicals and dubious substances. But that’s not all you need to think about; you should also pay careful attention to the containers that hold your food. If you’ve got kids, you might want to think about an alternative to plastic lunchboxes, since they contain BPA and phthalates.

The Bright Bin
, which is the brainchild of teacher and marketing executive Stephanie Stiller, calls itself “the new generation lunchbox,” and takes pride in the fact that it doesn’t contain any harmful substances. It’s microwave- and dishwasher-safe, and it also has different compartments for food so you don’t have to spend money on plastic sandwich or food bags anymore. Sounds like something that would be a good thing to take to work, too!

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