Sugarbooger Storage Containers Review (Ore Originals)

Sugarbooger Storage Containers
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What It Is

Make mealtime easy and super cute with Sugarbooger Storage Containers. The Good Lunch Sandwich Box with Snack Divider, available in a variety of designs, features a divided interior so you can keep half a sandwich on one side and a dry snack (chips, crackers) on the other. The lid is attached to the bottom, so you won't lose it, and an easy snap closure means little hands will be able to open and close this with ease. A spot on the back lets you write your name on the lunchbox. It is BPA-free, lead-free, PVC-free, and phthalate-free, as well as being dishwasher-safe, freezer-safe, and microwave-safe.

For bigger lunches, there's the Good Lunch Bento Box. This also comes in different designs. It's divided on the inside into three compartments. Bring a three-course lunch with you in one container and keep all the food separate. Write your name on the back of the box. This is BPA-free, lead-free, phthalate-free, dishwasher-safe, freezer-safe, and microwave-safe.

And the Twist & Snack Stackers are three stackable containers for bringing snacks or powdered baby formula on the go. There are three sizes of containers and each one twists together on top of each other. The smallest one holds 1/3 cup, the medium one holds 3.38 ounces, and the large one holds 1/2 cup. Twist on the carabiner clip to the top container so you can easily clip it to a diaper bag or stroller. These are BPA-free, non-toxic, lead-free, and PVC-free. You can use them in the dishwasher and microwave if you remove the lids.

Why Is It Useful?

These plastic containers eliminate the need for plastic bags and keep all your food in one place. We like that there are containers that can be used through all ages and stages. Start off with the Twist & Snack Stackers with a baby, and then continue to use them for hauling around your toddler or preschooler's snacks. Once a child starts school, the lunch boxes are a great option for slipping into your kid's lunch bag.

Who It’s For

These aren't age-graded, but they are appropriate for school-age kids or for use by an adult to store baby and toddler food.

What To Be Aware Of

The sandwich box is $6.95. The bento box is $9.95. The stackers are $9.95.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Is It Useful?

  • Is It Worth It?

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy