Meals In Steel food containers are long-lasting, tough quality - perfect for any kind of food storage & transportation
All Meals In Steel products are made of food grade, high quality stainless steel - 100% plastic free. Not only do the containers make excellent lunchboxes, they are perfect for taking to your local takeaway shops for curries etc, to your fresh food grocer for meat/ seafood/ cheese etc to avoid throwaway packaging, as well as being good for storing food at home in the fridge or pantry.
Please note that the designs which are not listed as leak-proof should be kept upright if containing liquid.
Lid and clips are also made of stainless steel
Many different sizes & designs available
Dishwasher & freezer safe
BPA & plastic free
100% food-grade, high quality
Handy, compact carry handle
Ethically produced in India.
Small Rectangle Snack Box: 10 x 6 x 4 cm
Medium Square Double Layered: 13 x 13 x 7.5 cm
Medium Double Layered Rectangle with Snackbox:overall dimensions 14 x 10 x 7.5
Large Double Layered Rectangle with Snackbox: overall dimensions 18 x 13 x 9 cm and also contains a mini snack box container.
Each layer is approx 4cm height and holds just under 1 litre water volume.
Large Leakproof Rectangle:21cm x 14cm x 7.5cm
Total water volume 1.5 litres.
Large Leakproof Bento Style (with compartments): 21cm x 14cm x 5.5cm
Internal compartments size is 14 x 10cm, 11 x 7.5cm & 11 x 6.5cm.
Total water volume of all compartments is 1 litre and the compartment dividers are not leakproof.
Medium Oval with Snackbox: 18 x 11 x 4.5 also contains a mini snack box container
Why choose stainless steel? The problem with plastics...
It's popular to choose bisphenol A–free (BPA-free) water bottles and lunch boxes, because we've heard that chemical in plastic can cause cancer and other serious illnesses. Unfortunately, it turns out that our BPA-free water bottle and lunch boxes could be just as toxic as old BPA-rich nalgene.
Items that are free of BPA often contain other chemicals that behave in much the same way – leaching into foods and drinks. After being absorbed by the body, the chemicals can mimic the hormone estrogen in the body, thereby potentially increasing the risk of cancer, diabetes, obesity, and reproductive problems. And it's not just BPA. In one recent study, pthalates, a compound found in plastics, were linked to a 20 percent reduction in male fertility.