The box we selected has 2 tiers. Each tier has a valve you can open when heating food up. My daughters probably won't use that feature since they can't heat up lunches at school. But, my husband and I definitely will when we take leftovers to work. The lids seem to fit tightly but are easy enough my youngest daughter (who is 8) can get them open. The box appears to be very high quality.
- Salad containing lettuce, spinach, peas, carrots, broccoli, grape tomatoes and green olives. It is decorated with 2 snowflake cupcake picks. The 2 small cups in the top tier contain Italian salad dressing. One cup might have been enough but I wasn't sure so I included two. I also included some croutons (or "salad crackers" as my daughters like to call them) in the second tier too.
- Peanut butter/wheat cracker sandwiches
- Ghiradelli chocolate
- monbento silverware set
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