by Jennifer Lynn-Pullman on May 16, 2013

photoThe YumBox is a bento like box made for kids ages 3 and up.  The YumBox contains an illustrated food tray divided into five ½ cup portions representing the five food groups: protein, dairy, fruit, vegetable, and grains.  The tray also contains a small well for dip or a treat.


The YumBox is well constructed with food-safe materials (BPA-Free, Phthalates-Free).  The YumBox features a unique one-lid closure that seals each food well individually.  Yogurt and applesauce can be packed without fear of spillage into the other food items.  There is a child friendly latch that makes the box easy for kids to open.  My 5 year old often has trouble opening containers that I pack her lunches in, but has no trouble opening the YumBox.



The YumBox fits in most thermal lunch totes.  The YumBox itself is not insulated.  Clean up is easy as the YumBox is dishwasher safe.  The YumBox retails for $28.00.  The YumBox is available in green and pink.




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Jodie R September 10, 2013 at 2:34 pm

Can you show me how you keep this chilled between home and lunch time? That would be my only reservation about getting this for my daughter to take her school lunch in. Sometimes we send yogurt or other items that should stay cold.



Jennifer Lynn-Pullman September 11, 2013 at 4:20 pm

I have used the yumbox for my daughter last year when she was in preschool. All lunches were place in a refrigerator there. I would use ice packs in her lunch box to keep the yumbox cold


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