Eco-friendly pack a lunch with no baggies, wraps, or disposable packaging
Deep tray perfect for pasta, rice and stacking sushi
Adjustable and removable food separator
Lid doubles as a plate and dipping sauce tray
Durable fork with a deep curve for scooping and an angled edge for cutting
Added clip on lid to hold fork (or your own chopsticks)
Compact & sturdy design allows for it to stand upright in your bag
Microwavable and dishwasher safe
A safe and waste-free lunch just became easier with the Bento Lunch Box by Black + Blum. This compact, sturdy and versatile lunchbox is perfect for packing a healthy and well-balanced meal (rice, vegetables, pasta, and sushi) or tossing in your backpack for a light snack. Its unique design, deep tray and sauce container make it easy to use as a take-out container and to enjoy any meal on-the-go.
Bento is a single-portioned home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine. The origin of Bento can be traced hundreds of years back but remains popular today for its removable containers and separators which divide the space inside the box to let you pack different dishes in a single reusable container with no baggies, wraps, or disposable packaging.
Please note: chopsticks not included
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Dimensions 2.5” H x 7.5” W x 4.5” D Volume – box 17 FL OZ / saucepot 1 FL OZ
Design & Functionality The Bento Lunch Box has a deep tray and comes with a saucepot, fork and an adjustable,removable, food separator. The clear and secure (glass-like) lid doubles as a plate and dipping sauce tray and comes with an added clip to hold a fork (or your own chopsticks). The fork is durable, has a deep curve for scooping and an angled edge for cutting.
Materials BPA free polypropylene and copolyester
Sustainability Bento-style lunch box containers are a perfect addition to a waste-free lunch. Removable containers and separators divide the space inside the box to let you pack different dishes in a single container with no baggies, wraps, or disposable packaging. By using reusable food and sauce containers, you can drastically reduce your need for use-and-toss plastic baggies, wraps, aluminum foil and juggling multiple food containers. Plus, you can save money and eat healthier by creating your own lunch instead of buying pre-packaged ones.
About Black + Blum Black + Blum, a partnership between Dan Black and Martin Blum, is based out of London, the European heart of design. The award winning duo is passionate about design and each product is always a joint input of their personalities. The pair is driven by the opportunity to give each of their designs its own unique character and soul and to create functional products that will charm and entertain.
Bento box is microwaveable and dishwasher safe
Do not microwave or dishwash lid
Do not microwave for more than 2 minutes
Tips Press the white 'button' to release pressure on lid
Country of Origin Made in Taiwan
Product Name & Number:
Bento Box by Black + Blum, Green & White, BT001USA
I purchased this and the larger version around the holidays while they were on sale. Writing a review for the smaller because I haven't used the larger one yet. I was very glad I read reviews here and on other sites for this product before I started using it, because it helped avoid some of the pitfalls other people experienced.
Easy to clean
Fits a perfect amount of food for a person's lunch
Side clips were easy to put back on when snapped off
Food stays inside due to the seal
Fork/knife is GREAT
Cons (or wishlist):
Wish it came with chopsticks
sauce container is a strange shape (you understand if you have one)
Wish it came with a carrier
I have used this to house my 5th grader's lunch. She's always excited to have it because she feels very sophisticated with it. She's made sandwiches, cut into quarters and arranged them around a few carrot sticks, used the divider to put a small container of apple sauce or other finger foods. Also made bologna sandwiches in a wrap, sliced like sushi and arranged with veggies and it's the perfect lunch for her.
The bento container in itself is attractive. The fork that comes with it is worthless (according to my teenager). It doesn't function very well. So I end up giving her a different fork with it. I have yet to use the sauce container for anything.