A leakproof sauce pot can hold your salad dressing or sauce separately until you’re ready to use it (no more soggy salads!). The optional inner dish is an easy way to partition and microwave separate parts of your food. So, for example, you could have hot vegetables with a cold salad.
One of the clips allows you to hold your Stainless steel fork on the outside of the lunch box if you don’t take the inner dish.
The lid of the sauce pot allows you to carry fresh parsley or parmesan cheese so you can dress your food perfectly just before you eat it.
It might look like a simple product, but this hides the huge amount of design thought and testing that went into creating it. This design was the reboot of our first lunch box design the Box Appetit that we launched in 2008. When it first launched, it received an amazing reaction and propelled us as a company into the food and drink on-the-go category. As designers, it is always hugely exciting to find a category that has been relatively untouched by product design. When we launched the original design it was revolutionary and helped inspire many other companies. At the time, the western world were making do with boring food containers that were not designed to elevate the presentation or eating experience of the food they held. We took inspiration from Japanese Bento boxes that have offer a design master-class in how to celebrate and present the food they carry. This new design took all the best bits of the original design and improved on them. The design adapts and allows you to carry a huge variety of different foods with ease, all organised, leak-proof and a pleasure to eat from. The aesthetic is a clean, timeless look that will age well and stand the test of time. While the world might be seeing a backlash to single use plastic, this design used high-quality, built-to-last polymers for all the right reasons that make the design lightweight, durable, leakproof and perfect for on-the-go.