Snack in the Box

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Snack in the Box is the perfect way to compartmentalize your snacks on the go. The pop-up lid makes it exceptionally easy to pour, and is both leak-proof and durable.

  • Materials: Tritan plastic
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • BPA- and phthalate-free
  • Mess-free & leak-free
  • Safe for all ages
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 2.8" x 2.3" x 5.5"
  • Weight: 0.3 lb.

2 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Grands love these

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Gifts to grandbabies, they like them

5

Love these for travel

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These are actually a really nice size for a car trip. Small enough to fit in the odd spaces of a total, but large enough to service 2 to 3 people in the car. We put nuts in ours. We absolute love the opening mechanism and it's super easy to remove the top and refill. No problem at all with the top coming off, even when lose in a duffel.More > < Less

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Drink in the Box - Reusable Drink Boxes

About Drink in the Box

Cold Drinks

Children can't seem to get enough of juice boxes. And while parents appreciate the compact convenience, the individually-sized drinks are often pricey per serving, high in sugar, low on real fruit, and the tetra packaging is not biodegradable. In fact, more than four billion of these little cartons fill landfills every year. Drink in the Box is a healthy alternative that is eco-friendly and enables you to control what your kids are drinking (more water, less corn syrup).

Designed by Toronto-based Marc Heinke, the patented Drink in the Boxes are made with highly durable Tritan, a food safe, BPA- and phalate-free material that’s dishwasher safe and doesn't cloud after washing. It looks just like a prepackaged juice box and fits more easliy into lunch bags than a water bottle. Leakproof, with an easy open/close design, Drink in the Box won’t explode or squirt everywhere, minimizing spillage.

Mix drinks yourself, reduce waste, and use over and over again. That's thinking outside of the box.