Encourage your favorite tradespeople to eat healthy on the job with these handy kits

Eating healthy on-the-go can be a challenge, especially on hectic construction and building sites. Make it easier for your favorite tradesperson to eat right with one of these handy kits. The ECO Adventure Kit (shown above) doubles as a useful addition to any camping trip, too. It comes with components for packing, warming, and storing food.

<p>Encourage preparation of healthy meals in advance (instead of just picking up fast food). Perfect for salads and other dry lunch foods. Not advisable for a lunch menu that leaks. Compact design latches together for hassle-free transport.</p>
PHOTO: ECOLUNCHBOX

Encourage preparation of healthy meals in advance (instead of just picking up fast food). Perfect for salads and other dry lunch foods. Not advisable for a lunch menu that leaks. Compact design latches together for hassle-free transport.

The ECO Adventure Kit comes with a Tri Bento (shown in video above), a stainless-steel spork, and a clamping pot grip handle.

About $36; ECOlunchboxes.com

<p>No need for the camping utility provided by the ECO Adventure Kit? Prefer soupy or saucy lunches? Opt for these leak-proof containers instead.</p>
PHOTO: ECOLUNCHBOX

No need for the camping utility provided by the ECO Adventure Kit? Prefer soupy or saucy lunches? Opt for these leak-proof containers instead.

The Seal Cup Trio is made of durable steel and silicone, making it tough enough for any contractor’s lunch bag. The containers nest into each other when empty for easy transport back home. Bonus points, of course, for reducing waste by lunching with reusable containers.

About $32.99; Ecolunchboxes.com



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