Packed lunch packaging

(12 Posts)
biscuitbadger Thu 22-Sep-16 11:50:16

My daughter takes packed lunches to school and I'm noticing how many plastic sandwich bags we're getting through.
My mum used to wash and reuse them but I would prefer not to do that as it's a faff and means there are always bags drying on the side.
Does anyone have alternative suggestions? I guess just something to wrap sandwiches in, as other stuff can either be loose in the lunchbox or I can use little pots.

zzzzz Thu 22-Sep-16 12:03:53

Kitchen roll?
Grease proof paper?
Cloth napkin/baggy?

goldleaf123 Thu 22-Sep-16 12:04:36

Little Tupperware box

Janek Thu 22-Sep-16 12:10:47

we use onya bags sandwich wraps - gingham material with a plastic lining that can be wiped clean every evening. we also use smash (i think, i'll google in a sec) containers that screw together for yoghurt and dried fruit. bit of a pain to wash, but better than daily yoghurt containers, and we'd still need something for the fruit.

IfartInYourGeneralDirection Thu 22-Sep-16 12:11:59

We use fabric reusable sandwich wraps too.
Not to pricey on ebay

Janek Thu 22-Sep-16 12:16:24

we got these from john lewis and these, or something like them from amazon.

DocMcFanjo Thu 22-Sep-16 12:20:21

Buzzcloth is great.

www.buzzcloth.com

sjane03 Thu 22-Sep-16 12:22:55

We use these bonus is they go in the dishwasher www.johnlewis.com/sistema-sandwich-box-assorted/p184462

biscuitbadger Thu 22-Sep-16 12:32:43

Oh great, thanks guys! I thought there must be a better solutions, just checking out your suggestions now smile

PuppyMonkey Thu 22-Sep-16 12:33:15

Just wrap them in cling film confused

We use sistema sandwich boxes. Different colour for each person. They stop the sandwich getting squashed but are shallow enough to keep the sandwich held together. My kids put their other rubbish eg fruit peel inside the box afterwards to keep the inside of the lunch box a bit cleaner.

Diglass Thu 22-Sep-16 22:27:25

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