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Compleat Foodbag rethinks the traditional lunch box

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July 22, 2013

The Compleat FoodBag from Unikia is a new take on the reusable lunch box that remains stur...

The Compleat FoodBag from Unikia is a new take on the reusable lunch box that remains sturdy during use and rolls up compactly when the meal is over

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But Norwegian company Unikia is looking to update the plain old lunch bag with its Compleat FoodBag, a reusable lunch box that keeps food fresh and protected in transit and rolls up compactly when the meal is over.

Being completely sealed at the bottom, the bag can act as a container for any type of food, from sandwiches to pasta and even soup. After putting your food inside, the top of the FoodBag rolls down like a traditional paper lunch bag and can be secured with a belt so its contents stay fresh. The bag is made primarily from BPA-free silicone, with the bottom and sides more solid to keep anything inside from being squashed in transit.

Once you're finished eating, the bag rolls up into a short cylinder just 4 cm (1.6 in) in diameter, making it easier to carry while preventing any leftover mess from leaking. It's also dishwasher safe, so cleaning it between meals shouldn't be a hassle.

Once you're finished eating, the bag rolls up into a short cylinder just 4 cm (1.6 in) in ...

Unikia is selling the Compleat FoodBag through its website at a price of €9.95 (US$13), plus shipping. It is currently being offered in blue, grey, yellow, and lavender colors, though the company has also shown both a red and a green variant, so those may be offered later.

Source: Unikia

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Jonathan Fincher Jonathan grew up in Norway, China, and Trinidad before graduating film school and becoming an online writer covering green technology, history and design, as well as contributing to video game news sites like Filefront and 1Up. He currently resides in Texas, where his passions include video games, comics, and boring people who don't want to talk about either of those things.   All articles by Jonathan Fincher
1 Comment

That is way too small to have any kind of a lunch in it! A snack? perhaps..but a whole meal? No way! I'ld like to see a bento-box fit in that sack!

Ed
23rd July, 2013 @ 01:27 pm PDT
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