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  1. Lauren
    Feb 16 - 2:16 pm

    These lunchboxes look beautiful, and I’d love to create healthy bento lunches for my kids! I will definitely have to check their products out! Thanks for posting.

    • Janice
      Feb 22 - 3:05 pm

      You’re welcome! They are super fun and have so many different styles and options. :)

  2. Jessica
    Feb 17 - 1:40 pm

    Love this idea!

    • Janice
      Feb 22 - 3:06 pm

      Isn’t it great? A fun change for everyone. :)

  3. Laura
    Feb 18 - 10:52 pm

    I love these bento boxes. I use them for my own lunch, too :) They also make containers for soups on the go. Even better, they are made in the USA (California) and have created local jobs!

    • Janice
      Feb 22 - 3:07 pm

      Yes – I use them for me too. I love sending soup for my son too. And yay for US jobs!

  4. Nanette ~ AMomBlog
    Feb 22 - 3:04 pm

    I have wanted to do these but haven’t found the right bento boxes any place I’ve looked. I must check out their site. The pink and black would be a hit with my princess.

  5. Seafood Lover
    Feb 24 - 10:04 am

    These bento boxes are great! My kids really love port canaveral seafood and I think they will love it more when I pack them on these bento boxes. The fish and chips, tartar sauce, potato wedges and calamari, I can now imagine how wonderful they’ll look and neatly divided. :)

  6. Tami
    Feb 28 - 11:16 am

    YAAAY! This is exactly how my daughter eats (whole, separate foods – fruits, veg, crackers, etc) and I was just lamenting this morning my use of FOUR stinkin’ ziploc baggies for her lunch today, daydreaming about something just like this! Thanks for this great product & idea!

    Important question for you: Are they leak proof? Are there lids for each individual section?

  7. Leanne
    Apr 23 - 6:36 pm

    Ive just learnt what bento lunches are… i need to start making my kids them! :)

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