14 best lunch boxes to buy
There’s so much more to weekday lunches than soggy sandwiches, so buy one of these funky pots to pack a feast in – from sleek tiffin tins to contemporary bento boxes
Looking for the best lunch box to take to work? Want a cool bento box to show off to your classmates? Read on for the best lunch boxes and snack pots, and find healthy lunch box inspiration here...
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Chillys Double-Walled Stainless Steel Food Pot, £22, John Lewis
Soup, porridge, fruit, salads and snacks are all good to go in this stainless steel food pot from Chillys. The double-walled feature means food can be kept hot or cold for up to six hours.
Bodum JOYCUP, £18, Bodum
For on-the-go breakfast Bodum’s Joycup is a must. Simply pop yogurt in the main container and granola, fruit or muesli in the lid and you’re good to go.
Huski Home Rice Husk Lunch Box, £14.99, Lakeland
Made from eco-friendly rice husk, this multi-compartment lunch box is great for storing salads, with a smaller compartment perfect for snacks or pudding.
HOMESPON lunch box, £30.54, Amazon
This three-tier lunch box with compartments will keep a weekday feast warm for up to three hours. It also comes with an insulated bag with nifty front pockets for cutlery.
Black + Blum appetite lunch box, £15.90, Amazon
This stylish lunch box comes with convenient compartments and a leak-proof silicone seal.
BamBox Bamboo Lunch Box, £15.99, Amazon
A sustainable bamboo lunch box with splash of teal green. This sandwich box has a capacity of 1 litre, and with a silicone seal around the lid it’s ideal for wet or dried goods.
Mepal navy blue bento lunch box, £9.72, Amazon
With removable compartments, this minimalist compartment lunch box lets you carry as little or as much as you like – perfect for combining leftovers.
Dolly llama lunch box, £4.95, Rex London
This bargain box – complete with charming llama design – is perfect for carrying your mid-morning fruit (or cake).
ECOlunchbox, £38.99, Trouva
Made from durable stainless steel, this three-piece, tiffin-style box is great for carrying sweet and savoury items separately.
Joyhill Eco Lunch Bag, £9.95, Amazon
Made with paper fabric, this waterproof lunch bag is durable enough to carry food and water bottles. What’s more, the thermal lining can keep food hot or chilled, and it’s easy to wipe clean with a damp cloth.
BRIGENIUS bento box, £32.99, Amazon
This compact, leakproof lunch box comes with built-in-dividers so you don’t have to carry your lunch in several containers.
Ferm Living terrazzo lunch box, £15, Cloudberry
With an on-trend terrazzo print, this dinky sandwich box is so pretty we’d even use it as a handbag.
Drop beets snack boxes, £2.25, Paperchase
Affordable and pun-tastic, these dinky lunch boxes are sure to liven up your lunchtime.
Alessi Food À Porter lunch box, £50, John Lewis
If you want to carry your lunch and look good while you’re doing it, splash out on this quirky clutch. It’s spacious enough to hold three courses, too.
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