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This lunch box is a great size for your for sandwiches, bread rolls and even a mega super salad as unlike regular lunch boxes, it has plenty of height. The 'Doda' stainless steel rectangular lunch box has a handy silicone seal around the lid which makes it more leak resistant.


The edges of the lunchbox are smoothly folded and has levered locking clips at each end for extra pressure during closure, the silicone seal is removable and can be washed separately, then reinserted, flat side down.


  • Made responsibly in India from high quality 201 food grade stainless steel.
  • Free from BPA, phthalates and lead. 
  • Non toxic and non leaching
  • Easy to clean
  • Silicone seal to make it leak reisitant (and a spare seal is enclosed)
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Perfect for taking a waste free 'on-the-go' balanced meal from home.
  • Great to use when you're out and about too by refusing throwaway containers.


Overall Dimensions - 13cm wide x 17cm long x 7cm high. 1050ml total capacity.

Weight: 335g


Not for use in microwave or oven.

Please note that although this container is suitable for wetter foods such as dips or dressed salads it is not designed for liquid foods.


The silicone seal is removable and can be washed separately, then reinserted, flat side down. Please ensure seal and container lid is clean, dry and free from grease before re-inserting. A spare seal is also included inside the container


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Doda - Leak Resistant Lunchbox - A Slice of Green

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  • Stainless Steel

    Silicone Seal

  • Sustainable

    A Slice of Green containers are made from high quality, food grade 201 stainless steel and have folded, smooth edges. Stainless steel is non-toxic and non-leaching and will not retain or impart flavours.

    Responsibly Sourced

    Responsibly produced in North India.  A Slice of Green visited the manufacturer in 2018 who have previously passed an Asia Inspection Ethical Audit Report.  The report covers working hours and wages, hygiene, health and safety, waste management, child and young labour, labour practices including forced labour, worker representation, disciplinary practices and discrimination.

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