Can you believe the kids are back at school next week? Christmas seemed to happen in the blink of an eye. Back to school means the school run, after school activities and packed lunch boxes. Sigh.
I must admit, I quite enjoy school holidays so I don't have to do the lunch prep thing, however, Smash's range of Back to School products at least make packing said lunches easier.
I've used nude food lunch boxes since my grade 2 kid started pre-school, and haven't looked back. Many schools have moving toward litter free lunches, which can only be a good thing, right? Happy environment, happy kids, happier future. With Smash's range of nude food carriers, you can pack your kid's food away in compartments which separate snacks from sandwiches and so forth.
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A new range of Smash lunchboxes have hit the Aussie supermarkets shelves. The SMASHBOX comes with a twin compartment and a detachable insulated jacket. RRP $15. Here's what a SMASHBOX looks like:
Pretty nifty, huh?
In addition to the SMASHBOX range, there's also NEW nude food mover lunch box design. The new design food movers come with twist top spill free pots to store such things as yogurt or fruit. RRP $14. Aforementioned nude food movers come with insulated skins.
Smash lunchboxes are definitely the way to go for school, particularly for the price.
To see the full range of Smash food containers, including drink bottles, sandwich boxes, snack tubes and more, head to www.smashenterprises.com.au available to buy from Coles, Woolworths and Officeworks stores across the country. You can also follow Smash Enterprises on Facebook.
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