Last month I got the opportunity to test out the Kids U Konserve Round Nesting Trio Containers. These steel containers are non-toxic and non-leaching and can be used for just about everything!
As a pretty green-minded mama, I don’t like having plastic containers lying around. All of the containers I take to work are glass, but as my toddler is about to start another daycare (one where I have to pack her lunch daily), I was hunting for something a little more kid friendly. These are the perfect solution! Small enough to fit into her cute lunch box, but roomy enough to pack her a few options.
As far as washing goes—the steel part is dishwasher safe (top rack), however it is recommended the lids stay away from high temperatures—like microwaves and dishwashers. They are extremely easy to hand wash since I will be using them day after day anyway, and I loved that there were no tricky edges or crevices that made them hard to clean.
They store easily as well—since they nest into each other, they hardly take up any cabinet space.
I am always a fan of finding ways to eliminate unnecessary waste, so all-in-all these were a win. A quick visit to their website shows a ton of other fun and food-safe products. I’m loving the Food Kozy® Wraps (My husband takes chips to work every day—we could probably prepackage them for the whole week and be set!) and the Stainless Steel Straws since I tend to meet my daily water requirement a lot faster when using a straw! I highly recommend checking them out!
And we have a special discount code just for SMB readers. Use UKSCHOOLS for 20% off any online order!
One lucky reader will receive a set of Kids Konserve Round Nesting Trio Containers of your very own!
* One entry per person, per entry method. Only local Arizona residents are eligible to win. No purchase necessary to enter
1) COMMENT: Leave a comment below telling us why you would love to try out the nesting trio.
Contest closes at midnight, May 8th. The giveaway winner will be randomly drawn the following day and will be notified by email. Good luck!