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U Konserve | Round Nesting Trio

  • $22.00
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Product Description: 

Use these set-of-three leak-proof stainless steel nesting containers as a non-toxic and non-leaching alternative to plastic containers. Our reusable BPA-free food storage containers are perfect for leftovers, sandwiches, salads, fruit and more. Pack lunches and picnics on the go, while saving trash from our ever-growing landfills.
The large 50-ounce container is ideal for takeout and salad bars, the medium 32-ounce container holds large sandwiches and entrees, and our small 18-ounce container is ideal for snacks and small sandwiches, and a perfect reusable solution for your kid's lunch box. They nest inside one another to maximize cupboard space.
Extreme temperature changes might cause lids to crack. We recommend keeping lids out of the freezer.

Details: 


Containers: 304 (18/8) food-grade stainless steel. Lids: non-toxic LDPE #4 plastic.
Large Eggplant 50-oz. = 6.5” x 6.5” x 3”
Medium Slate 32-oz. = 5.75” x 5.75” x 2.5”
Small Saffron 18-oz. = 5” x 5” x 2”
Container tare weights: Large: 8.875 oz., Medium: 6.75 oz., Small: 4.625 oz.
BPA-free, PVC-free, phthalate-free and lead-free!

Story: 

U•Konserve waste-free and reusable lunch-packing and food-storage solutions were a natural outgrowth of what two women saw as a critical need that required immediate attention. With the premise that any business they undertook had to help the environment in some way, it didn’t take much imagination to see how they, as parents of young children, were contributing to garbage landfills, pollutants and sending the wrong message to their own children. How could they set an example of conservation for their children and empower them to be examples of change for the future?
Calculating the amount of lunch trash being produced each day at their own schools shocked them enough to begin more research into reusable products that would dramatically cut down on our Earth’s ever-growing garbage pile. Focusing on how school lunch programs operate opened their eyes and propelled them to create Kids Konserve.