Huski Home Multi-compartment Sustainable Lunch Box

FACT - In the UK alone, Lunch on the Go i.e. sandwich containers, crisp packets and drink bottles (for example) sum to a staggering 10.7 billion items of packaging water each year, that's 276 per person.

Huski Home are transforming the world's waste into something useful. The Rice Husk recyclable lunch box is made out of eco-friendly rice husks. This material is completely natural and is an alternative to plastic and other petroleum-based materials. This lunch box has 2 separate compartments to keep food from mingling and a lockable lid to keep it safe.


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Product Description

These sustainable lunch boxes are made by repurposing discarded rice husks to create an incredibly durable material that's non-toxic and BPA and silicon free. With 2 compartments to keep foods separate and a lockable lid to keep it secure. These lunch boxes are perfect for any meal on the go! 

The highlights: 

  • Non-toxic, melamine, BPA and silicone-free
  • Biodegradable, eco-friendly and sustainable

    Sizing Information

    • Measurements: 15cm x 15cm x 9cm
    • Top compartment holds 300ml
    • Main compartment holds 850m

    Care Instructions:

    As the products are made with natural materials, to ensure their longevity we ask that you do not clean your lunch boxes in a dishwasher, but rather, by hand with warm soap and water and a cloth or gentle brush if required

    5% from every sale from this product will be donated to wildlife conservation organisations through Work for Good. This month we are fundraising for the Marine Conservation Society.

      The lunch boxes are made from recycling rice husks. Why rice husks? Rice is harvested in mass quantities throughout the world.  When processed, the sheer volume of husks causes issues as how to properly dispose of it as rice husks, if not ethically discarded, can be a biohazard. Rice husks are a by-product of agricultural industries and can be harmful to the environment if not disposed of correctly. That's why these twin wall insulated travel cups are so great, Huski uses the leftover rice husks from farming so that farmers don't have to try to dispose of the husks in other ways. Huski have searched for the most environmentally way to bind the rice husk in their lunchboxes and cups. 


      Paper sleeve 


      Recycled rice Husks. Rice husk is the outer shell of a grain of rice.  A natural, paper-like material that is discarded during the production of rice for consumption.

      Huski Home is a UK based family-run company that puts sustainability at the top of the priority list.  They are proud to utilise what is biodegradable and earth-friendly.  At Huski Home they recycle rice husks to create beautiful products, which otherwise would have been wasted.