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Review: Sanctus Mundo Air/Water-Tight Food Containers

In response to a recent review about my love for the Lunchbots stainless steel food containers, a few folks mentioned being turned off by the fact that they are not leak-proof. I replied that I would offer a pairing review for a water-tight container, and here it is: the Stainless Steel Hot Meal Container by Sanctus Mundo.


LOVE this product! Sure, it’s marketed for hot foods, but I find it keeps cold things cold, too! Just two weekends ago, we cut up some fresh fruit (read: super juicy!) and packed this container full for the kids’ mid-morning snack at the beach.

It’s vacuum sealed, water tight, BPA free and made of high quality food grade stainless steel. The container is 3 1/2" h x 5" diameter and can hold about 17 fl. Oz (500 mL) – more than enough for 2 full servings to be divided at school, and more than enough for one adult meal.

We also have a Sanctus Mundo 4” Stainless Steel Airtight Watertight container that we use for smaller servings, of say yogurt, hummus, or applesauce “dip”. During the summer months, this container has gone to school far more frequently.


I know as soup-season arrives, we’ll enjoy the larger container, but it’s good to have both containers in our environmentally-friendly food storage arsenal.

I bought the larger container for $29.95and the smaller one for $15.95 from a super cool business I enjoy supporting called Life Without Plastic, but both are also available through Amazon here and here.

(As with all my reviews, I do not receive compensation or goods in any form for reviewing a product).



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