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Color: Rainbow
Fill this cutie with sandwiches, snacks and charcuterie. Perfect for car rides, picnics and after-school practices.

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Built for a Lifetime of Health (and Fun!)

Ahimsa is consciously crafted of high quality food-safe stainless steel and titanium. Our dishes are free of BPA (and all bisphenols), PVC, phthalates, lead, siloxanes, melamine and formaldehyde—meaning that harmful chemicals won't transfer into your child's food. Stainless steel won’t hold onto the smells and tastes of soaps or past food, either. Plus, each piece is intentionally sized to promote early motor skills and confidence, while offering easy measurements for healthy portioning at every age. Kids love our colorful reflective surfaces and won't want to eat with anything else!

Lifetime Warranty

Ahimsa dishware is built to last a lifetime with no peeling or breaking. To read our full lifetime warranty, click here.

Dimensions + Details

Dimensions: Square container 30 oz: 5 7/8 (w) x 5 7/8 (l) x 2 7/8 (h) inches

  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Avoid using abrasive cleaning tools and harsh detergents (including steel wool and dishwasher pods/ powerballs) to preserve the titanium color finish and keep products in optimal condition.
  • Stackable design— Say bye-bye to clutter!
  • Please supervise children at mealtime for safety, especially young children under 3.
  • Take care when handling or serving hot foods and liquids.
  • Do not microwave

Good for Them and the Planet

Our stainless steel approach means that we’re not contributing to landfill waste or ocean pollution, making each purchase an investment in their health and future.

No-No List Approved

Everything we create is made without harmful materials found in synthetic dishes and flatware.

Every Sale Gives Back

With each purchase, you’re helping to remove plastic from school cafeterias while also providing healthy stainless steel options for kids who need it most.

Why Stainless Steel?

While plastic, melamine and even BPA-free dishware, flatware, and drinkware made for kids is often a go-to choice, science says it’s not the best for their development. Stainless steel, however, brings a healthier, more sustainable, and effortlessly fun option to the table—for life. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews
4 stars


Great concept maybe needs some refinement

Pretty durable able to dishwasher clean. However when new these containers are hard to open & close by my kids…I am still having to open & close them properly. And even I struggle to get them open once closed the fit is very tight.

Thank you so much for your feedback! We understand there is a fine line between a proper fit and being difficult to open! We are currently in the early stages of designing new and improved container/lunchbox that will be easy for all sizes of hands to open :)

D. H.
Just ok

Like the size and look of the product but it's ackward to open.

Thank you for your feedback! We value our customers' opinions and we are in the early stages of designing an improved container!

So hard to open and close

I really wanted to love this but it was hard for ME to open/close ---- and one of them I couldn't even close ---- let alone my children. Perhaps a clasp or somewhere design upgrade should be considered

Thank you for your feedback! We understand there is a fine line between needing a tight fitting lid and being able to easily open and close the container! We are excited to say that we are currently in the early stages of designing an Ahimsa lunchbox that will be easier for little hands to use.

Perfect size + goodbye plastic!

When I first ordered this I was worried it would be too small. But it's the perfect size for a sandwich or a snack + veggie. My kids love the color and material as well. To those saying it's difficult to open that goes away after you use it for a while. Plus when I first got it I greased the lid with a swipe of coconut oil. Personally I'd much rather have this than any of the old plastic containers with nasty spaghetti sauce stains. Yuck.