If you eat many meals away from home, you will probably agree that you spend entirely too much money on food and you probably don't make the best food choices. It's hard to find healthy food on the go so I try to pack my lunch as often as possible if I know I am not going to be home to eat. The problem with this is that you have to have good containers to take your lunch in otherwise you end up with a leaky mess all over your lunchbox or even worse, your car. (I know this from experience!) What has really been missing from the market is stylish yet functional lunch containers for people who work outside of the home or who are on the go a lot and that is why I was THRILLED when I learned about Pret a Paquet!
Pret a Paquet is a sophisticated and fashionable food storage and travel collections. They feature insulated, leak-proof kits that store a full lunch, salad, snacks and sandwiches. As an awesome bonus, they are designed to fit the ideal food portion recommended by a nutritionist, keeping consumers smart and healthy about their food choices.
We received both the lunch kit and the salad pack in prints that are sold exclusively at Target. I cannot say enough great things about both of the products we received. Aside from the stylish zippered packs that are easy to carry, clean and store, the plastic containers inside are perfect for individuals who pack their lunch on a regular basis.
The salad kit is BPA free and the bowl is very generously sized. I also love the included dressing cup in the lid! I received the peach chevron print which is so cute!
I love the different compartments in the lunch kit. They are perfect for taking a main dish and a couple of sides. I also love the blue and black stripe print on the outside sleeve. Very modern and chic!
The real treat is that you can pick one of these up for just $12.99 at your nearest Target! Stylish, functional AND affordable? It doesn't get much better!
*This is not a paid post. All opinions are my own. Review products were provided to us at no cost via the company and/or representing PR firm*