May. 18

CoolCanucks Blog Contest ~ Rubbermaid New LunchBlox™ Containers Review & Giveaway!!




I don’t know about you, but I for one hate pack­ing lunches to begin with. And then hav­ing to bring your sand­wiches along with fruits and veg­eta­bles in indi­vid­ual plas­tic bags really sucks! After all, plas­tic bags are on the outs now in our new and much greener world! Land­fills are full and over­flow­ing with plas­tic bags which is extremely sad.

Most par­ents pack lunch items for them­selves, chil­dren, or spouses in single-use plas­tic bags, alu­minum foil, or wax paper. Admit­tedly, these prod­ucts are extremely con­ve­nient, but what is the envi­ron­men­tal cost to a coun­try that relies so heav­ily on them? It is horrible!!


For some, it can be hard to imag­ine a world with­out plas­tic – espe­cially plas­tic bags.
The cons of using plas­tic bags are so over­whelm­ing I don’t think I can think of any pros. They are a huge pol­lu­tion prob­lem, their light­weight design allows them to blow away eas­ily. The fact that they are free gives them no value so peo­ple don’t think about how they dis­pose of them. They are made from petro­leum, which could be used for fuel or energy. They don’t biode­grade, instead they break­down and are mis­taken for food and are often eaten by both land and marine ani­mals which is fatal. They are found every­where and many ani­mals become fatally entan­gled.
They are not biodegrad­able, so they will per­sist pretty much for­ever, wher­ever they end up. Land­fills if we are lucky, but because of their wide­spread use and their abil­ity to fly away in the wind, they can be a big part of the trash along roads and fields. If they get into the water, they look like food and end up clog­ging the stom­achs of a vari­ety of ani­mals, most famously sea tur­tles look­ing for jellyfish.




The recy­cling of plas­tic bags, while prefer­able to other dis­posal meth­ods, is not cost-effective. Plas­tic bags have only existed for 25 years yet the bil­lions that have been pro­duced since then have caused immea­sur­able dam­age to the envi­ron­ment and to wildlife. Thank­fully, Rub­ber­maid Canada has recently intro­duced a new lunch stor­age solu­tion that is reusable and BPA Free called the Lunch­Blox™!








As many of you already know, Rub­ber­maid sells the best stor­age con­tain­ers out there. When we think of high qual­ity, rugged and durable stor­age prod­ucts, Rub­ber­maid imme­di­ately comes to mind. These Lunch­Blox™ Con­tain­ers are so handy and are such a con­ve­nient way of pack­ing lunches now! No more using plas­tic bags, or search­ing high and low for con­tain­ers to insert food into! This new Lunch­Blox™ comes in a few dif­fer­ent kits. Choose from: Lunch­Blox™ Sand­wich kit, Lunch­Blox™ Salad Kit, Lunch­Blox™ indi­vid­ual Con­tain­ers, and each kit con­tains an awe­some Lunch­Blox™ Blue Ice pack that you just freeze and reuse! This ice pack sits on the bot­tom of these con­tain­ers just per­fectly and keeps your food chilled which is awesome!








These space-saving Lunch­Blox™ con­tain­ers nest nice and eas­ily when not in use. Din­ner left­overs quickly become tomorrow’s lunch. They’re very easy fill, assembly-line style. And clean up is sim­ple with only a cou­ple of pieces to wash. Or bet­ter yet? Throw them eas­ily into the dish­washer as they are Dish­washer, Microwave, and Freezer Safe!

Of course these Lunch­Blox™ Con­tain­ers are BPA-free and are great for pack­ing a waste-free lunch and tak­ing snacks on-the-go safely!!







Tired of soggy sand­wiches and wilted let­tuce for lunch?  Rubbermaid’s new Lunch­Blox con­tain­ers are per­fectly por­tioned to keep every­thing in its place.  They are space effi­cient, easy to use and the snap-in Blue Ice keeps food chilled.”







The new Lunch­Blox™ made from Rub­ber­maid gets a huge thumbs up from Cool­Canucks as Rub­ber­maid never dis­ap­points! Keep your food as fresh and deli­cious as ever!




♥→I received prod­uct for review. The opin­ions within this post are of my own and I was not influ­enced in any way.  Please do your own research before pur­chas­ing prod­ucts. Your opin­ions and results may dif­fer than mine.←♥





Win It!! Enter my sweep­stakes give­away below for a chance to win a set of these phe­nom­e­nal Lunch­Blox™ Kits! 2 win­ners, 1 set each. (One is a Sand­wich kit, and the other is the Salad Kit.) Open to Canada only.


How to enter: All entries must be sub­mit­ted using the Raf­fle­copter form below. After you com­plete the easy manda­tory entry, you can do as many bonus entries as you’d like to increase your chances of win­ning. I will be check­ing for dupli­cate entries to make sure it’s fair, and no cheat­ing will be tolerated!


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