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To reduce the waste of throw-away packaging and help stop litter in our water ways and polluting the environment, Biome has teamed up with 'Cleaner Greener Schools' to offer you affordable ways to pack waste-free lunches, save money, and keep Australia beautiful!
The Cleaner Greener Schools code can be used on our entire Lunch Box range which you'll find when you hover over the Reusable & Safe section on the menu bar above. Scroll down to Lunch Boxes which will show each brand of Lunch Box in our range. You can also search Lunch Boxes By Use and By Material. Read on for more information on how to eliminate waste when packing school lunches.
Photo courtesy of Well Nourished, www.wellnourished.com.au
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Pack a safe kids lunch box. Every lunch box and food container at Biome is:
Many lunch boxes, plastic containers and plastic wraps contain BPA, PVC, lead and phthalates. One of the nasties to avoid when choosing a kids lunch box is PVC. Often on a soft shiny plastic lunch box there is no label to tell you what it is, but it is more than likely PVC.
If you're not sure which lunch box will fit inside which insulated lunch bag, or which food containers will fit in another lunch box? Check out our lunch box comparison & sizing chart
Try baking these to enjoy on the weekend and simply make extras to freeze for the week ahead: pikelets and scones, wholesome vegie muffins, banana and cranberry muffins, home made museli bars, healthy slices, vegetable fritters, vegemite/pizza scrolls, quiche/omelette slices, banana bread, zucchini slice, apricot logs, date loaf, sausage rolls, arancini rice balls, meat balls, pizza on wholemeal base.
For more info on being a lunch box legend check out our A healthy lunchbox is a waste-free lunchbox blog post.