Introducing the latest in a long line of innovative products, GO Container is the next stage in our food storage story.The container is made from polypropylene and can withstand the impact of being toted on your kiddo’s next adventure.The compartments are deep and large enough to satisfy an Ironman appetite.The large compartment was smartly designed to hold a sandwich cut in a triangle.You are cutting your sandwiches in triangles, right? The GO Container features easy-close sides.For storage of liquids, dips, fruit or chocolate pudding, we included a small container with lid.The spoon was designed to assist in the proper shoveling of good wholesome food (unless your child is eating chocolate pudding, which is delicious but not exactly wholesome).
Perfect on-the-“GO” container whether you’re sending your little one off to school, picnicking or heading up the back side of Half Dome in Yosemite.
Simply toss in the dishwasher. We recommend placing the small container and its lid in the top rack.We also recommend using a non-chlorine based detergent such as Seventh Generation or Ecover. It doesn’t make sense to purchase safe products and wash them with detergents with potentially harmful chemicals.
- (1) GO Container with lid
- (1) internal container with lid
- (1) large spoon
To Microwave or Not to Microwave:
The short answer is that this product is made of polypropylene andwe do not recommend microwaving plastic of any sort.There are several reasons for this.1) Microwaves don’t heat evenly, so what you think might be the right temperature might be difficult to control. 2) We formulate products without hazardous chemicals, but microwaves use high heat which could potentially create new chemicals with whatever you’re microwaving. 3) Plastics can develop hot spots, so what you believe is cool, might actually be very hot.
The Go Container is primarily made of polypropylene. The internal seal is made of silicone.At the end of the product’s life, please be sure to recycle.
Free of Bisphenol-A, phthalates, melamine, PET, copolyester, PS, PA, and biologically harmful chemicals.