Furoshiki Lunchwrap

That's a Wrap

Yes, there is , finally, a free lunch-free from plastic bags, sacks, containers. Sandra Harris was shocked to discover that the average family adds 4,320 pieces of trash a year to landfills, much of it from petroleum-based plastics.

Her “sterling” creation, the ECOlunchbox hits a homerun every time. The sturdy, stainless steel boxes are neat and compact; can be washed with soap and water and, best of all, reused day after day.
These stylish boxes which “nest” are packed in an artisan-inspired hand block print “Furoshiki”- the original Japanese lunch bag. If you can tie just two knots, you can transform the Furoshiki lunch wrap into a chic and versatile lunch bag.

Ms. Harris’s goal is to make each family feel good about doing something positive for the planet. Lunch never had it so good.
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