One useful policy I've found in exploring and participating in these TB forums: never cease to be amazed at what you learn here.
Case in point: new product discoveries, such as the LunchBots micro-lunchbox. I'm glad I learned about it here. (And this is a link to a video about the CoPilot carrying a LunchBots.)
Discovering the LunchBots raises questions:
1: If I understand the product literature on the LunchBots web-site correctly, this little vessels are made for dry foods. You can't carry anything like cottage cheese and peaches in them. Is this correct?
2: If the above is correct, are there any high-quality micro-lunch containers like this that can serve as vessels for moist foods, such as cottage cheese and peaches?
3: Has anyone here ever used a LunchBots vessel to carry food, and used something like wax paper or SaranWrap to seal the lid?
4: Do you ever carry any table service with you, and in what do you carry a fork or knife or spoon?
For years, I've used old-fashioned Igloo-style lunchboxes for work, volunteer trail work bees, and picnics, but I'd like to learn more about this new breed of lunchbox.