Looking for a Bike-Friendly Lunch Box

Looking for a Bike-Friendly Lunch Box

Emma Christensen
Feb 23, 2012

Q: I'm looking for a good, divided container for lunches at work. The trick is that I have started biking to work and need something taller than it is wide so that I can put it in my bike bag without all of the lunch components mixing together.

I can find plenty of tupperware style containers that are wide and flat and short, but I'm wondering if there's a bento box or tupperware container that fits in a stackable fashion so that I can have a lunch that doesn't end up one big messy pile of food by the time I get to work. Thanks!

Sent by Courtney

Editor: A hard molded-plastic lunch container like the Goodbyns might be just what you're looking for. It's flat, taller than wide, and is specially designed to slip into a backpack without taking up lots of room. If that's not quite your style, try a traditional stacking bento or tiffin lunch box.

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