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MIRA Lunch, Food Jar, Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Lunch Thermos, 13.5 Oz, Cactus Green

by MIRA Brands
Price: $25.00 Buy Now

  • ✔ Built to Last: This premium food jar is made of high-grade 18/8 stainless steel that won't rust, break, retain or transfer flavors. Our unique powder coat finish provides extra durability and a slip-free grip.
  • ✔ MiraGuard Technology: Triple-walled vacuum insulation keeps foods hot for up to 5 hours, or cold for up to 10 hours. Bring hot foods like soup, pasta, or rice to work or school without needing to use a microwave!
  • ✔ Reusable: With your health in mind, this eco-friendly food jar is made without BPA, phthalates, lead and PVC. This reusable jar is perfect for packing countless meal preps, breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks.

Product description

MIRA Lunch, Food Jar, Vacuum Insulated Lunch Thermos, 13.5 Oz
High-Quality: The MIRA durable lunch food jar is made of 18/8 food-grade stainless steel. The high-quality insulated lunch container keeps your healthy, homemade and delicious lunches and snacks hot for up to 5 hours or cold for up to 10 hours in this double wall vacuum jar. Eco-friendly, reusable, easy-to-fill wide mouth is also easy to clean.
Large Capacity: The stainless steel lunch jar has a 13.5 oz (400 ml) capacity. The right size for a child's lunch or a side to an adult's meal. Our leak-proof stainless steel food storage containers are BPA, phthalates, lead and PVC free.
Endless Storage Choices: Excellent choice for soups, pasta, fresh or dried fruit, pretzels and much more! MIRA Eco-Friendly & reusable lunch jar for kids and adults reinforces portion control.
Compact, Easy to Pack: This easy to open containers is perfect for a child's lunchbox or an adult's briefcase. No matter how much it moves around, the firm seal will prevent messy leaks.
Satisfaction Guarantee: Buy with confidence! Perfect gift for birthdays or any occasion. We have great confidence in the quality of our products, which is why we are offering you a risk-free purchase. In the unlikely event our product fails to meet or exceed your expectations, you may return our product within the first 30 days post-purchase to receive a FULL refund.

Energify Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Food Jar 22 oz – for Hot or Cold Food Food-Grade – Ideal as Adults or Kids Thermos Food Jar or Soup Thermos

Price: $25.99 Buy Now

  • VERSATILE - Whether you want to take pasta to the work, pack hot soup for your kid's lunch break at school, carry some custard for a picnic, day outing, sports or any other outdoor activity, this Insulated food jar proves handy & eliminates the need to use Microwave for reheating - thus offering you a smarter choice for a healthier lifestyle. Moreover, the non-slip base with silicone offers firm grip even on any smooth surface & eliminates risk of scratching the surface.
  • UNBEATABLE DEAL - The easy to carry FOLDABLE SPOON & VELVET CARRY BAG included with each hot food thermos make life a lot easier for you. Moreover, we also offer you 100% Risk-free satisfaction guarantee on this food or soup thermos or kids thermos to let you buy with confidence; no question asked. However, we are quite sure that you will be super impressed with its functional effectiveness, beautiful design, sporty colors, and the ease with which it can be used.
  • EASY AS PIE - Wide mouth opening offers unparalleled convenience of filling, eating from & cleaning the food flask, the lid doubles as a deep serving bowl, flexible handle ensures ease of carrying around, air pressure release button on lid allows for hassle-free opening.

Product description

Keep food at desired temperature (hot/cold) for prolonged hours, pack, eat or clean effortlessly through wide mouth opening, carry in style & ward-off any health risk by relying on a food-safe lunch thermos!

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School lunch game plan 08/28/15, via Houston Chronicle (subscription)

You'll luck out if the weekly plan is "so good" that your child asks to keep it as a part of a rotation. Prepare Even if a child loves ham and cheese sandwiches or mac and cheese in a thermos, they probably won't love having it every day. And so

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School lunch game plan - Houston Chronicle (subscription)

The school year is under way and the anxieties that parents have leading up to the first day are finally abating. But for those who pack daily lunches for their kids, the grind of coming up with something nutritious and delicious – every. There are a few simple steps that can help alleviate the pressure parents face when packing a school lunch for their kids.

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First, the good news: Bat populations in Boulder mountain parks are ... Perkins, for example, always went bat-watching with her father. Sometimes they'd bring a thermos of hot chocolate, or a sketchbook in which to draw the landscape.

Frugal or cheap? 43 tips to be either! - 08/28/15, via Delaware County News Network

While it's good to save a few bucks here and there ... 8) I still brew my own coffee in the morning, making enough to take a thermos to work. 9) I periodically visit the groundskeepers at local cemeteries to get some new bulbs for my yard after the ...

Why do school lunches have to be so hard? - 08/28/15, via Mount Airy News

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