I am always looking for creative ways to pack the kids’ lunches. I don’t mean the fancy bento lunches that you see on Facebook that look like they have taken hours; I simply mean by using different containers that can eliminate the need for plastic clip seals and glad wrap. We like to use nude food where possible and as a result love our Nude Food Movers!
Nude Food Movers Review
I will also be honest in saying that if you are expecting to see any lunches here that go above and beyond, you will be very disappointed. I do however like to ensure the kids get a good mixture of foods over the week so it isn’t a sandwich and yoghurt every day. They will have fried rice, homemade sausage rolls, sandwiches, meat and salad wraps, quiche or anything else they could request. Just not fiddly little pieces that will take me hours to achieve.
I was lucky enough to receive a pack full of Smash Nude Food Movers to test out and while we were already fans of the items we already owned, I was not aware the range was as extensive as it is! The rubbish free lunchbox was already a hit in our home but I was so pleased to see that they also offer a mini version. The smaller option is great if you don’t need the extra snack space beyond a sandwich, piece of fruit and nuts/eggs/cheese/etc. These are also compatible with a cool bag so your food will stay cooler for longer.
Each of my kids utilise a different container more than the others. The older two who attend primary school; frequently use the lunchboxes, sandwich box and snack box. Whereas my toddler makes the most of the snack tubes because we can stack 3 completely different snacks separately but with the convenience of only taking one container when screwed together. Think cut up fruit, cheese cubes and ham and biscuits.
We are a very practical family that as a result of being busy look for convenience in our lunchbox and food storage options. The Nude Food Movers provide all the ease we need whilst being great for the environment as well. Not only do they eliminate waste but they are also BPA free which is why they are so popular with families. Since reviewing and learning about some of the other options available, we have extended our supply to suit our requirements and the kids couldn’t be happier! If you haven’t tried the range already, I recommend you check them out and also don’t forget to enter the giveaway below in celebration of Nude Food Day in October for your chance to win a Nude Food Mover pack!
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Disclosure: I received Nude Food Movers products for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.
Nude Food Movers believe in saving the planet one lunch at a time. Reduce, re-use and recycle with a handy range of products to help you on your ‘nude food’ adventures. Available in all good retailers. For more information on the Nude Food Movers range by Smash visit www.nudefoodmovers.com.au | Facebook: Nude Food Movers | Instagram: @nudefoodmovers
Nude Food Movers is the brand behind Nude Food Day, a nationwide program and event held in primary schools nationwide during October. Whether you are a parent, carer, school or simply want more info on how you can do your bit for the environment sign up today at www.nudefoodday.com.au | Facebook: National Nude Food Day.
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