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7/16/13 5:53 P

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I don't have to worry about any of that yet, but if you have a Five Below local to you, they have a wide range of those Fit & Fresh products. If not, I know you can find them elsewhere, though probably not quite as cheap. Also, the "spot" section of the Target stores usually gets some good food containers in there. I know they have sport bottles and sandwich containers in ours right now.

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5/30/13 3:56 P

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I'm already thinking about next school year and packing lunches for my newly-minted kindergartener! I've read about the Laptop Lunches bento boxes, but wonder if anyone has other products or systems that they recommend. We definitely need reusable/washable items, and I am getting a little sick of the same Take N Toss cups that we've had forever. Thanks!

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