Portable Ceramic Lunch Bowl

By W&P Design

$40

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Elevate your everyday lunch with this design-forward ceramic lunch container. Protected by a removable, non-slip BPA-free silicone sleeve and snap-tight silicone strap, the bowl helps cut down on single-use plastic waste while making lunch a little more special.

  • Materials: BPA-free silicone, ceramic
  • Care: Dishwasher and microwave safe
  • Features rigid plastic lid and snap-tight silicone strap
  • Non-slip protective silicone sleeve exterior is removable
  • Good for transporting salad, grain bowls, or leftovers
  • FDA- and LFGB-approved
  • Features a unique glazed ceramic interior
  • Each bowl purchase supports food education in public schools through a partnership with Edible Schoolyard NYC
  • Please Note: Not meant to hold liquids
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 8" x 7.5" x 3"
  • Weight: 1.8 lbs.

1 Review (4 out of 5 Grommets)

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Love it other than when it goes in dish washer
The gasket comes off.

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About W&P Design

Lunch Looks Good

W&P Design co-founders and former college roommates Josh Williams and Eric Prum have long loved mixing things up together, starting from their first creation—a mason jar cocktail shaker—to this modern mashup of beautiful design and lunchtime necessity.

Their reusable bowls elevate the everyday lunch experience by making leftovers look as pretty as last night’s dinner did. The benefits of these bowls don’t stop with their good looks. Both the glazed ceramic and BPA-free plastic designs have lids that are hard to lose, thanks to a silicone strap. And they’re much sturdier than typical take-and-toss plasticware. We tried these in the trusty lunchroom refrigerator; they stood out from other containers in the fridge and using them made lunch feel more special.

In addition to their mission to make healthier, eco-friendly, and affordable meals an easier addition to your everyday routine, W&P supports food education in public schools with proceeds from sales through a partnership with Edible Schoolyard NYC.