Cotton Lunch Bag

Colour
Pukeko
Green Apple
Blue Star
Stripes

Are you wanting a zero waste lunch box but still want to keep food items seperate from one another?

These reusable lunch bags are really great! 

Fill with sandwiches, biscuits, fruit, popcorn, crackers and more!

Easy to use velcro flap.
Easy to clean - machine washable.
No leaks or stains with a waterproof internal layer

Size approx 16.5cm x 13cm

Handmade in New Zealand

 


Litterless Lunch Bags

From Munch

Munch’s litterless lunch bags are really great for kids and adults alike. We all want waste-free lunches but we also don't want the smell from one food getting on another.  These lunch bags solve the problem.

Being machine washable also makes these bags super easy to clean!  

Product Features

  • Size 16.5 x 13cm
  • Waterproof internal layer ensures food doesn't stick or stain.
  • Machine washable
  • No Nasties - Lead, Phthalates and BPA free.
  • Handmade in NZ
  • Available in several designs.


 

How will using Munch's lunch bags save me money and the environment plastic waste?

Using Munch's reusable lunch bags means that you won't need to buy any more disposable lunch bags.  They have been made to a high quality right here in New Zealand, so will continue to last you for years to come.  Imagine all those plastic baggies you will keep out of landfill once you have your reusable lunch bag!

Why choose Munch?

Munch is an award winning business.  It is a business run by parents, for parents.  They are strong supporters of a living wage and being flexible to allow work to fit around family.
Munch also aims to be as eco-friendly as they possibly can be.  They truly believe that a world without plastic would be a great one!  With this in mind they work hard so that their products can be made from natural and biodegradable materials as much as possible.

Caring for your Litterless Lunch Bag.

Simply rinse off any food and then pop it into the washing machine on a cool wash.  Hang to dry.

Want to know more about these lunch bags?  Visit Munch’s own website here.