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BaoLiJiaPing Practical Double Layer Fork Scoop Dog Pattern Bento Lunch Box


Whether in the office or on the go, you can take a healthier, tastier, more interesting lunch with your thanks to this functional Bento Lunch Box.One of the most versatile lunch boxes you'll ever come across. The practical Bento Lunch Box is perfect ...
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  • Stylish Double Layer Dog Pattern bento lunch box will for sure make your lunch time more fun and tasty
  • The Food Lunch Box includes fork and scoop inside the box
  • Perfect for baby food, salad dressings, yogurt, applesauce, fruit, snacks, and more
  • Practical lunch box is the ideal way to pack nutritious, travel-friendly meals and so on
  • This Bento Lunch Box is perfectly sized for bringing lunch to school or to the office
  • The practical Bento Lunch Box is durable, attractive, and easy to clean
  • Color: Red & White
  • Material: PP
  • Size: 20 x 11.5 x 10cm/7.9 x 4.5 x 3.9in(W x H x T)
  • Temperature Limit for Box: -20˚C ~ +120˚C


BaoLiJiaPing Practical Double Layer Fork Scoop Dog Pattern Bento Lunch Box

  • Dog Pattern Healthy Lunch Box is top-rack dishwasher safe, so cleaning is easy

BaoLiJiaPing Practical Double Layer Fork Scoop Dog Pattern Bento Lunch Box
BaoLiJiaPing Practical Double Layer Fork Scoop Dog Pattern Bento Lunch Box

  • With compact and lightweight design, this practical lunch box is easy for your daily use

BaoLiJiaPing Practical Double Layer Fork Scoop Dog Pattern Bento Lunch Box

  • Eco-friendly lunch and snack containers made from highest quality material

About Lunch Boxes

Lunch boxes have come a long way since children began using containers to carry their lunches to school in the 1800s. Whether you are shopping for a lunch box for your child or seeking a classic box to add to or begin your collection, you can learn something new about them here


  • During the last quarter of the 19th century, lunch boxes came into use by working men who could not afford to purchase a hot lunch or did not have time to rush home and eat. These boxes were industrial in make and appearance, similar to a small toolbox. Children began emulating the practice, creating lunch boxes using colorful cookie tins or metal tobacco containers. In the early 1900s, children's lunch boxes appeared on the retail market, sporting illustrations of children playing


  • Lunch boxes, also known as lunch kits, were created and marketed as a way for children to carry homemade lunches to school. The boxes were seen as a way to keep lunches fresher as well as keeping sandwiches and treats from being crushed, unlike paper lunch sacks. Lunch kits, which included vacuum bottles, commonly known by the brand name Thermos, allowed mothers to send cold beverages or hot soups with their children, making them a hit with both parents and kids


  • There are now several different types of lunch boxes available. In the 1950s, Aladdin and Thermos began selling rectangular metal lunchboxes decorated with popular television characters. Dome-shaped metal boxes emerged in the latter part of the '50s, mimicking workmen's lunch pails but bearing popular, child-friendly artwork. The 1960s saw the emergence of trendy vinyl lunchboxes. Currently, lunch boxes are typically made from soft, insulated foam materials such as neoprene. Hard plastic boxes are also available


  • Vintage metal lunchboxes featuring pop culture icons such as cartoons, westerns and movies are collectibles. Lunch boxes with rust, scratches, holes or dents are worth much less than those in better condition. Any original straps or handles should be present and in good repair, as well as small parts such as hinges. Buyers seeking to collect classic lunch boxes should check for copyright dates on those that appear like new. Many "retro" lunchboxes have been made, and a novice buyer could be fooled into purchasing a cheap reproduction

Expert Insight

  • Collecting lunch boxes goes beyond finding and purchasing them. Once someone has begun his collection, caring for the lunch boxes is an imperative part of protecting that investment. Water damages metal lunch boxes, and direct sunlight can fade and discolor vinyl, plastic or metal versions. Allowing dust and grime to build up on them can also be harmful. Lunch boxes of any type should be periodically washed with mild dish soap and warm water and then dried completely

BaoLiJiaPing Practical Double Layer Fork Scoop Dog Pattern Bento Lunch BoxHow to Choose a Lunch Box?

Your choice of lunch box reflects your inner self. Are you strong and quirky like an old metal lunch box? Light and colorful like a plastic lunch box? Or soft and cozy like a lunch bag? Here are some things to consider when choosing your lunch box

BaoLiJiaPing Practical Double Layer Fork Scoop Dog Pattern Bento Lunch Box

  • Consider what you'll use the lunch box to carry. Use a tough metal or plastic lunch box to protect foods that can bruise, break or smush. If you plan to pack your foods in plastic containers, a soft lunch bag is fine
  • Choose a lunch box or lunch bag that is large enough to accommodate all your items without having them move around when jostled
  • Consider how you'll be handling your lunch box. If you'll have to fit it in your backpack or book bag, a hard exterior will keep your food from being squashed
  • Purchase a soft-bodied, insulated lunch bag if you'll be carrying items that need to be kept cool or hot. Few hard-shell lunch boxes offer insulation
  • Purchase an insulated beverage container (either with the lunch box or separately) just in case you decide to bring along a little soup, coffee or another beverage
  • Think about the image you'd like to project to your coworkers and companions, and choose your lunch box accordingly. Most plastic and metal lunch boxes will carry images of some sort, including superheroes, cartoon characters and even political figures

How to Clean Plastic Lunch Boxes?

BaoLiJiaPing Practical Double Layer Fork Scoop Dog Pattern Bento Lunch Box

Plastic lunch boxes keep your food and drink items safe, and prevent waste caused by brown paper bags. Cleaning the lunch box prevents bacteria and germs from building up on the inside and outside, and also lifts any leftover food and drink stains. A homemade plastic cleaner removes the bacteria and stains without staining or damaging the lunch box. This cleaner also eliminates foul odors that appear inside the lunch box because of food and drink items

  • Empty all items from the lunch box
  • Rinse the inside and outside of the lunch box
  • Place the open lunch box inside of a clean sink and plug the sink's drain with a stopper
  • Pour about 1 cup of white vinegar, ¼ cup baking soda and ¼ dish soap inside the sink, and then fill the sink with hot water
  • Soak the plastic lunch box for 15 to 30 minutes and then scrub the box thoroughly with a sponge, cloth or dish scrubber
  • Dry the lunch box thoroughly or allow it to fully air dry. Make sure the box is completely dry before putting it away or adding items into the box

Package Included:

  • 1 x Lunch Box