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Kinderville's Little Bites Silicone Storage Jars are safe food storage solutions for small servings! They are a toxin-free alternative to plastic food storage, plastic baggies and foods in wasteful single-serve packaging (like yogurt, applesauce and other snacks). Perfect for the on-the-go lifestyle, these silicone jars are designed to go from the freezer to microwave to table without worry. Little Bites Storage Jars hold approximately 3.5 oz of food, making them ideal for babies, toddlers and young kids. All Kinderville products have been tested and are in compliance with current FDA, CPSIA, and State/Federal Government regulations.
Size: 3.5" wide x 2.25" tall | Volume: approx. 3.5 fl/oz. These portable silicone jars provide a safe and easy option for storing and heating your kid's edibles at home, school or on the road. No need to pack your kindergartener's or big kid's lunch in toxic plastics. Unlike plastic, little bites storage jars are bacteria resistant and, most importantly, BPA, Phthalate and lead-free. These stylish jars come in sets of two and feature an innovative, patent-pending design. And, these toxin-free jars are not only dishwasher-, refrigerator- and freezer-safe, but microwave safe, too. These storage jars are the perfect solution for storing and defrosting leftovers, stowing and re-heating lunches, serving up snacks, or for our on-the-go lifestyles. Sold in a stackable set of 2 in bright, cheery colors.
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Painting and other goods received. Transparent cover and only one.Published 1 month ago by Lee han na
When the Museum of Modern Art gave me the funds for me to create "Food Spilled in a Briefcase" I went on a journey for a food container. Read morePublished 4 months ago by G
The container worked great until it went into a lunch bag. Well.. the lid was popped open so the yogurt was every where!!!Published 6 months ago by DandY