Foodie gift guide for all tastes and budgets

Cool Containers

Bentgo

 

Bentgo has revolutionized the lunch box industry. These boxes vary in size and shape and have multiple compartments for multiple needs.  It comes in many colors and three varieties: the Bentgo Original, the Bentgo Salad as well as the smaller Bentgo Kids. Ice packs can be added to keep them cool and they offer other accessories to make lunchtime easier.  These boxes look really cool and are very convenient.  Also, this is a gift that gives back and Bentgo will donate 5% of sales on Bentgo.com and on Amazon.com to Feed the Children.

Takeya ThermoFlask

Keeping your drink hot or cold over many hours is quite an accomplishment. With a Takeya ThermoFlasks your drink will be kept the right temperature form at least 12 hours in this stylish vessel. And not to be too naughty, but the 32 oz size can hold an entire bottle of wine. It comes in five different sizes and colors. There are two other Takeya products to consider: Takeya ThermoTumbler and Takeya Cold Brew Coffee Maker that are also worth getting for the beverage lovers in your life. They can be purchased here.

Meori

 Seasonal Bundles| meori Stowaway | Outdoor Box & Bottle Insert

Sometimes the best gifts are the ones that are both functional and beautiful.  Meori is a company that specializes in decorative folding storage containers.  Roughly translated, Meori means ‘the fantastic idea of folding'. They have containers in all shapes, sizes and colors.  These are great for storage, shopping, organizing seasonal items and transporting objects from one place to another.

You can buy them here and enter the code ‘meoriholiday’ for 15% off.

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