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Star-Worthy Find: Yubo Eco-Friendly Lunch Boxes

12/29/2009 at 10:00 AM ET
Courtesy of Yubo

Keeping a lunch box clean isn’t easy. There’s those messy spills that seep into hard to get places and the food stains that never seem to come out. Well, hip design company yuboAli Landry‘s a fan — has the answer!

The company’s brand new eco-friendly lunch boxes ($22 to $30) feature a patent-pending modular design so you can take them apart for easy and safe dishwasher cleaning. And forget plastic baggies! The deluxe version ($30) comes with three removable and reusable food containers (one square sandwich size and two round snack sizes) and an ice pack that are also dishwasher safe. Plus, they’re completely BPA-free, 100 percent recyclable and treated with an anti-microbial agent to keep germs at bay.

Now here’s the fun part! They’re also fully customizable. Choose from the company’s standard faceplates — celeb mom-to-be Tiffani Thiessen‘s husband, Brady Smith, created a design. Or upload your own photo. You can also personalize it with your kids name.

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