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Lunch boxes

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athomeagain Mon 24-Aug-09 14:27:04

Has anybody got a 'allergy lunch box' which are the best and go in the diswasher?

tinytalker Wed 26-Aug-09 12:52:50

Sorry I haven't seen allergy lunchboxes but if you are struggling I have some large allergy stickers which are dishwasher safe.

DesperateHousewifeToo Wed 26-Aug-09 13:08:04

What is an 'allergy lunchbox'?

athomeagain Wed 26-Aug-09 13:08:49

Where did you get the stickers ? We are not struggling as such but they seem quite expensive so we are trying to gauge if they are worth it.

gorionine Wed 26-Aug-09 13:12:28

Is that of any interest for you? Not lunchboxes but tags and stickers I think.

athomeagain Wed 26-Aug-09 13:13:14

lunch boxes with space to personalise with your child's name and specific allergy details.

But they cost £10.from

athomeagain Wed 26-Aug-09 13:15:42

Thank you gorionine for this i haven't seen this site before.

tinytalker Wed 26-Aug-09 13:25:28

Stickers from:

noodlesoup Wed 26-Aug-09 13:28:24

these labels are good.

DesperateHousewifeToo Wed 26-Aug-09 14:10:13

Three years too late for usgrin. Luckily don't need these now that ds is starting at a school where he can have school lunches.

I found no problem at his last school as the children were banned from swapping food and he was in a small class who all ate together and knew about his allergy.

I could see the boxes or stickers could be useful in a larger school dinning room though.

Could you make your own labels by printing off a picture of what your dcs are allergic to with a short messge and then laminate it or stick it on to the luchbox with stickyback plastic (I sound like someone from Blue Peter now, lol).

athomeagain Wed 26-Aug-09 15:58:00

THat is a good idea DesperateHousewifeToo

athomeagain Wed 26-Aug-09 15:58:02

THat is a good idea DesperateHousewifeToo

athomeagain Wed 26-Aug-09 16:14:19

but then it wouldn't go in dishwasher hmm

DesperateHousewifeToo Wed 26-Aug-09 16:22:03

Stickyback plastic should be ok to be handwashed in washing up bowl for a while.

Then just replace the sticky plastic.

Ds' lunch bags only needed a wipe out everyday and an occasional dunk in the washing up bowl after frube incidents grin

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