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We're always on the hunt for easy, stylish ways to carry lunch to work. With all the Easter leftovers, we really needed a big lunch box this morning.

Maybe we should have bought this lunch box from Pottery Barn? We were suprised to see Pottery Barn enter the grown-up lunch box market ...

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The tote is Pottery Barn's new "green line." The lunch box sells for $19 and the set of three glass containers with plastic lids, made by Frigoverre from Bormioli, is an additional $19. We have a sturdy, space-saving pitcher from the same company so that made us a bit more interested in this set.

This lunch box might be on the large side for some eaters, but we've got a lot of ham, yams, beets, some steak we grilled on Saturday. We've seen these in their store, but they are not on their website yet.

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