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GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

"Recommends FlatBox as one of the Best Lunch Bags for School - Just don't be surprised when you find yourself wanting to "borrow" their new bag.

GOOD MORNING AMERICA

"Placemat-tablecloth all in one. Lightweight... pretty fabulous for all ages.“

(Smart Solutions to Everyday Dilemmas)

LOCAL 10 NEWS

A fifth-grade teacher believes she has built a lunchbox that keeps students’ food away from lunch table germs.

WGN RADIO

Host:Lou Manfredini “This one is really neat! Whether you are a child or an adult this will make packing a lunch clean, fun and waste free.”

THE SUN

According to the study commissioned by the makers of e-cloth, one in five lunchboxes contained Staphylococci – bacteria that tends to reside in the body – but which can cause serious cases of food poisoning if ingested in food.

Most Germs at School: Cafeteria Table

A recent study concluded by Dr. Charles Gerba and the University of Arizona in K - 12 school system found that the germiest place at school is the cafeteria table.

HEALTH

Your Child's Lunchbox Can Make Them Sick

Why? Because it's a prime breeding ground for germs - when food, heat and moister all mingle together.  So...

DIY NETWORK

The cool looking lunch bag that turns into a nifty placemat….

Pack some peace of mind next time you pack their lunch.

TODAY

"Wow! Very cool! Genius! Love That!"

NEWS 4 JAX

"Lunch bags can be hard to clean.....

This is really good for everyone!"

 

THE GROMMET

"FlatBox gives you a clean surface with their clever design."

SMARTER SETTING

Finding a safe surface for eating while on the go can be a big challenge when you’re managing food allergies or celiac disease. Flatbox, an ingenious option, does double duty – an insulated lunch bag that unzips to a placemat perfect for people on the go.

JO FROST @JO_FROST..

Flat-Box – Love using them! Easy to clean, easy for travel, easy to pack for vacations!!
Jo-Frost-gold-seal of approval

DESKS: DIRTIER THAN TOILET SEATS

Before you eat lunch at your keyboard, consider this: The average desk has 400 times more bacteria than a toilet seat. The last time you wiped down your desk and shook crumbs from your keyboard was — yep, a year ago. That’s not good news if you’re one of the 83 percent of Americans who eat at their desks, according to a recent survey – desks and all the surfaces can get pretty funky.