I’m guessing that most people don’t think too much about the actual lunch box that their kids use, other than the fact that their kids like the character on the front. As long as it holds their food and it makes it from point A to point B, you’re good, right? Well, there is growing concern about the chemicals that are in our food and that come in contact with our food from things like plastics or additives. When you start to consider the dangerous elements that can leach into your kid’s food, or yours for that matter, the humble lunch box and the food containers you use take on a whole new meaning. Read below for how to pack the ultimate back to school non-toxic lunch box.
A real fear for many new mom’s and dad’s to be is creating a safe environment for their new baby to come home to, but the toxin/chemical game can also be a real nightmare to figure out. You could easily go insane trying to completely rid your new nursery (and home for that matter) from all of the potential chemicals that are out there, but we at least have to try, right?!? Well, I did a little digging and a little research to find out what the main elements of a non-toxic nursery look like for someone who is hoping to get it at least 80% right.