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For a greener earth (and wallet), bring your lunch to work in a reusable container. These goods turn any deskside meal into a high-style affair.
This vacuum-sealed container keeps food warm for five hours and is equipped with a magnetic spoon.
By Black+Blum, $42, shophorne.com
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A cheery bento box is easy to find in a crowded office refrigerator. Plus, it’s microwave-safe.
By Takenaka, from $23 each, japurashop.com
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Coffee stays piping hot in this sleek travel thermos. Thanks to a flip-top lid that locks, it also stays put.
By Zojirushi, $45, amazon.com
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These coated-linen cooler totes come with removable liners for easy cleaning, as well as hand and shoulder straps.
From $30 each, soyoung.ca
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Clean and Clear
Stay hydrated with Black+Blum’s BPA-free plastic water bottle featuring binchotan charcoal, which filters out impurities.
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Replace landfill-clogging plastic bags with reusable, dishwasher-safe fabric pouches for sandwiches and snacks.
From $8 each, lunchskins.com
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Clips ensure the seal is airtight. The larger size can fit a few days’ worth of lunches.
By Martha Stewart Collection, $50 for a set of 6, macys.com
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A Cut Above
Enclosed in the handsome waxed-cotton Marlowe bag are a board and knife, both made from reclaimed hickory.
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