Zero-Waste To-Go Mini Gift Set


Zero-Waste To-Go Mini Gift Set


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A great low-waste mini gift set for the eco-conscious coffee lover or foodie in your life. Or get it for yourself ! On-the-go eating and drinking made earth-friendly, fun and stylish.

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  • 1 Stainless steel 2-layer lunch container
  • 1 Reusable Coffee Cup and
  • 1 Bamboo Cutlery set and stirrer in a handmade hemp pouch. 

    Stainless Steel 2-layer Lunch Box

    • The 2-layer steel lunch box is designed to replace single-use lunch baggies and styrofoam takeout/food containers.
    • It is perfect for carrying your lunch to work, packing school lunches for kids, carrying home leftovers from a restaurant, eating at a food truck or concession stand and anything else that you can think of.
    • It has 100% food-grade stainless steel construction making it durable, safe and rust-free.
    • Two-layer design allows you to separate your sandwich and fruit slices, say.
    • Dimensions: 6.2 x 4.5 x 2.5 inches (15.9 x 11.3 x 6.2 cm)

    Bamboo Cutlery Set and Stirrer in Hemp Pouch

    • The cutlery set includes a hemp fabric cutlery-pouch with a reusable stainless steel stirrer and bamboo spoon, fork and knife set.
    • Each cutlery pouch is hand-made with love and has a metal snap closure that makes it easy to store and carry your reusable utensils.
    • Bamboo utensils are lightweight, durable and made without using any chemicals or bleaches, making it perfect to carry in your bag or for picnics, food-trucks and outdoor festivals, school lunches or parties.
    • Stainless steel stirrer will allow you to stir your coffee and beverages without using any disposable plastic/wood stirrers and straws.

    Reusable Coffee Cup (12oz)

    • The 12 oz reusable glass coffee cup (Radiant Rose color) is made from hand-blown glass with a silicone lid and sleeve
    • It won't leach chemicals into your drink and is microwave and dishwasher safe.  


    Cutlery pouch is hand-made with 100% hemp fabric with a metal snap closure. Spoon, Knife and Fork are 100% bamboo. Stirrer is 100% stainless steel

    2-layer lunch box is 100% 18/0 (#430) Food-grade stainless steel

    Reusable coffee cup is 100% glass with silicone lid and sleeve


    Bamboo utensils can be hand-washed with hot water and soap and dried with a soft towel. Leaving it submerged in water for extended times may shorten its life.

    Utensil pouch is machine-washable. 

    Steel lunchbox is dishwasher-safe. Do not microwave

    Reusable coffee cup is dishwasher and microwave safe. 


    Single-use plastic cutlery, cups and take-out containers are incredibly wasteful in terms of energy consumption  - petroleum and fossil fuels being burned to generate the utensils (which causes pollution), packed and transported to its destination (more fuel and energy), used for only about 20 minutes and then thrown into landfill where it will last for hundreds of years. 

    Carrying reusable utensils, cups and food containers will minimize all this needless waste by avoiding single-use plastic utensils. 


    Bamboo cutlery is 100% compostable. So is the hemp fabric utensil-pouch minus the metal snap closure.

    The steel stirrer and lunch box are 100% recyclable with metal recycling. 

    Always try to repurpose the hemp pouch before discarding it - use it to store pencils, pens, crayons or make-up brushes when traveling. Try to mend and fix wear and tear from regular use - it's a great mini-crafts project. 

    If the coffee cup is dropped/cracked and unusable for coffee, it can be repurposed as a holder for toothbrushes, makeup brushes or loose change. 

    Keep a set each in the car, purse or backpack to be always prepared for hunger pangs which seem to come out of nowhere (we all get those) - take outs from restaurants or yummy grub at a food truck can now be consumed sustainably.