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Lunchbox world champion India

A bought meal would be unthinkable in India, because the country is the lunchbox world champion. Indians have a tradition of eating their own food at lunchtime from a three-tier lunch box, the dabba. This was collected from the employee's home by a courier, the so-called dabawalla, and delivered to his workplace. Dabawallas have a long tradition in India. In 1880, during British colonial rule in India, many locals did not like the food served by their colonial masters. As a result, an Indian businessman opened a service that brought the lunch box prepared by the women at home to the men at work. The Lunch Pot by Black and Blum is reminiscent of the design of a dabba. The two-part lunch box transports and separates pasta and sauce, muesli and yoghurt or main course and dessert as desired. The two containers are microwave and dishwasher safe and BPA-free.

Lunch boxes in the home design store - your benefits

Lunchboxes - a matter of taste

Breakfast or lunch should be something you look forward to, not something you are forced to endure. Delivered or locally bought food rarely comes close to fresh, home-cooked food. As a result of the to-go trend, lunch boxes are becoming more common again. And not just in the playground. For many, the lunch bag is an integral part of their work equipment. The manufacturer Luckies is following this trend with its Brown Paper Bag lunch bag . What looks like a simple brown paper bag on the outside has a lot going for it: the Brown Paper Bag is tear-resistant, waterproof and insulates against heat and cold.

Fresh meals at any time of year

In summer, the fridge is the most fought-over item in everyday office life, next to the fan. Why? Everyone who has already prepared their lunch wants to protect it from the heat. Thermal containers or lunch boxes with a cool pack can help. A modern interpretation of the lunch box from Menu . The textile lunch bag offers space for drinking bottles or sandwiches as well as a small cooling element to keep lunch fresh.

Healthy school snacks instead of kiosk sweets

Getting children to eat a healthy meal at school is not easy. Sweet temptations are often waiting at the school kiosk. It's a little easier with a child-friendly lunch box. The Lunch Box 8 from Lego , has the classic look of the popular toy brick. It can easily hold several snacks. Particularly practical: the functionality of Lego has been retained. Like the bricks, the lunch boxes can be stacked firmly on top of each other. For those who prefer a safer option, the lunch box Take a Break from Rosti Mepal is the perfect lunch box. It has space for four sandwiches.

Separate areas - no mixed mess

Especially in summer, many people like to sweeten their lunch break with a fresh salad. If it weren't for the inconvenience of transportation. Tomatoes, cheese and dressing soak up the other salad ingredients during the day. What should be crunchy at lunchtime is just an unsightly, soggy mass. That won't happen with the Black and Blum lunch box. The Appetit box has an insert so that you can separate different types of food or cook a hot portion in the microwave while the other part of the meal remains cold. It is leak-proof and free from harmful substances.

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Are you interested in homemade snacks for on the go and at work? In the article Selfmade beats fast food: healthy through the day in our Connox Magazine you will find a lot of interesting information!