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Saturday, April 19, 2014

MIRA stainless steel containers

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I have written before about plastic containers for lunch that are BPA free. Recently I had a chance to try out stainless steel lunch containers from MIRA.  I definitely wanted to try it as I really didn’t have anything like it. 


MIRA is well known for their lunch boxes. I received a set of 3 canisters: one 16oz, one 8oz and one 5oz. When empty they can fit inside each other for very easy storage. That part makes a big difference for us. Our old house had more cupboard space in the kitchen, so now space is at a premium.

I love the fact that all 3 containers are big enough to hold whatever we need but still small enough to throw into a lunch bag, backpack or even the diaper bag when we leave the house.


I am watching everything I eat and tracking it. Portion control is a huge thing when you want to stay healthy. I have been using the small container to hold my protein snacks like peanuts. It’s perfect.
One thing about stainless steel is that if you have sauces or something it doesn’t’ stain like it would normally would with a plastic container. Also they are super easy to clean.

You can find MIRA’s products on Amazon. Right now they are on sale so it’s a perfect time to buy them. I would definitely consider buying these if you are looking for some great containers for lunches or just whenever.




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