Keeping your Food Cold (or Hot!) with Thermos

Whenever I am looking for a product that will either keep my food cold or hot, I always shop for Thermos brand items. Thermos is the leading manufacturer worldwide of insulated food & beverage containers, children’s lunch kits & other products. But the simple fact is, we buy these products because they work and are affordable.

When I was a kid, we took our lunch to school either in a brown paper bag or in a metal lunch box. I don’t remember there being ice packs and containers to keep things cold ever. You could always tell when it was tuna sandwich day for a student because the entire classroom would smell like tuna. Nowadays, there are so many fun, colorful products that kids can use for their lunches. For example, the FUNtainer™ Food Jar has double wall vacuum insulation that will keep your cold food cold & your hot foot hot. These Food Jars are fun for kid’s with their fun colors & characters (like Spider-Man, Hello Kitty, Minnie Mouse & more) and parents will love it because it’s BPA Free & can easily be cleaned in the dishwasher.


The Hydration Bottles are made from BPA-free, impact resistant & dishwasher durable materials, which we know is so important with kids! Each of the lids comes with a soft touch straw and the bottle itself is easy for kids to grip. You can buy a Hydration bottle to match your Food Jar & other lunch gear. Speaking of lunch gear, I am amazed at all the different lunch bags that Thermos makes. No matter what age you are, you can find a good looking lunch bag to carry your lunch in!


For younger kids, Thermos has many different cups, bottles & sippy cups, depending on the age of the child. Not only that but Thermos has great looking diaper bags & smaller insulated bags to carry kid’s treats and drinks with you no matter where you are headed! Keep everything cool (or hot!) with Thermos!


Head on over to Thermos to see all the great products that they have to offer. You can also find them on Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest.




  1. Julie Wood August 29, 2014
  2. Veronica Lee August 29, 2014

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