Stainless Steel Airtight Food Storage Container
This stainless steel airtight food storage container is durable and 100% recyclable. It’s perfect for bringing a large salad with its dressing to work. It also works great for storing and transporting baked goods, stews, soups, sauces. Great for freezer storage.
It is made of high quality, 18-8 food grade 304 stainless steel. The lid has a non-removable silicone seal that has been factory-installed without adhesive. The three stainless steel latches are a breeze to open quickly by children and adults alike.
You can heat the base container in a toaster oven or on the stove – but be careful because it will be very hot to the touch! Please note that the lid should not be put in the oven or used on the stove.
You can use a non-permanent marker to write on the container. This is handy for specifying contents and storage date. The marker writings wash off easily with water and friction.
The base container is dishwasher-safe, but the lid is not and should be handwashed in warm soapy water.
Diameter: 16 cm / 6 1/2″
Width (with lid on and latched): 18 cm / 7 1/16″
Height (with lid on and latched): 9.5 cm / 3 3/4″
Capacity: 1.5 L / 50.7 fl. oz. / 6.3 cups (when full to the brim — n.b. carrying capacity slightly less with lid on)
Weight: 0.5 kg / 1.05 lb
Materials: Lid & container made of 18-8 food grade 304 stainless steel; lid has a non-removable, adhesive-free food grade silicone seal.
Care Instructions: Base container is dishwasher-safe and oven-safe; lid should be washed by hand in warm soapy water, and is not oven-safe.
Country of Manufacture: South Korea.
Health and Environment: BPA-free, phthalate-free, PVC-free and lead-free. Recyclable.
This lunch container would be a great addition to your zero waste lunch kit. Also be sure to check out our screen printed lunch totes and cloth napkins in the Lunch Gear section of the Tiny Yellow Bungalow shop for the ultimate waste free meal kit on the go!
For more great zero waste tips, check out our Zero Waste Lifestyle Pinterest board!
Are you new to the zero waste lifestyle? You might want to check out the Tiny Yellow Bungalow eco blog. We’ve got lots of posts about all things plant based, zero waste, and eco friendly. You can start with our beginner’s guide to zero waste. Or maybe check out our room by room guide to a zero waste home!