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Light My Fire

SnapBox Oval BIO 2- Pack | Musty Yellow & Hazy Blue

$12.00 Regular price
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The oval all-purpose box keeps your bits and pieces organized.

The made in Sweden Light My Fire Snapbox Oval BIO is a handy all-purpose storage container that keeps your items organized. These tough snack containers work for just about everything, and even for snacks with kids. These boxes feature a tight-fitting snap-lock lid to keep contents safe while extended lid tabs make reopening easy. They also double as measuring cups by having measuring lines on the inside and are stackable into each other when not in use. They are also constructed out of BPA-free Biobased plastics that are dishwasher and microwave safe. 

Slightly bigger than the SnapBox Original, the SnapBox oval offers extra space in a tough, waterproof, secure container built for sorting, carrying and organizing. The tight-fitting snap-lock keeps all contents safe and sound while the different color options provide easy identification for just about anything you can think of. From snack boxes, to camping food storage. A great addition to your kitchen or your lunch box. Made out of BPA-free Biobased plastics that are dishwasher and microwave safe.

Features

  • Stackable with measuring lines
  • Airtight
  • Easy to clean – no sharp corners
  • Microwave safe
  • Dishwasher safe
  • BPA free
  • Made in Sweden
  • Approximate Size: 125x101x58 mm
  • Made from Biobased Bioplastics: Made from certified sugarcane with wood fiber based bioplastics

 

BIOBASED PLASTICS

Biobased plastics have a unique advantage over conventional petroleum based plastic in the sense that the composition is made fully, or in part, from plants or other biological matter. Biodegradable plastics can also be partly or fully made from plants or other biological matter but can also be fossil based. The advantage with Biodegradable plastics is the materials potential to break down in certain environment such as compost. Most often though, this compost must be done in an industrial compost.