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5 Compartment Snack Spinner Container

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  • Push the button in the middle to spin the tray and dispense your next snack from the door
  • Portable size with five compartments and leak-proof seal
  • Helps to eliminate the need for single-use plastic bags
  • Top-rack dishwasher safe
  • BPA- and PVC-free
  • Please note: Wash before use. Do not microwave
  • Made in China
Materials
Plastic
Includes
One 5 Compartment Snack Spinner Container
Care
Top rack dishwasher safe
Ages
2+
Dimensions
1.62" x 6.5" diameter
Weight
1 lb

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5 Compartment Snack Spinner Container

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Portable size with five compartments · BPA- and PVC-free · Top-rack dishwasher safe
This five compartment snack container makes snacking a joy for toddlers. With only one door for dispensing, the button in the center advances the tray, allowing your child to choose from the array of snacks you've packed for them while eliminating mess and waste.
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Joseph & Solanda Blanch

Joseph & Solanda Blanch were inspired to create the GoBe Snack Spinner after a frustrating episode of snack distribution with their little ones on a road trip. They developed the Snack Spinner to help parents and children by providing an interactive container that eliminates mess and waste while giving children eating autonomy and developmental interaction.
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