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Local Company Designs Containers for Change

Local eco-conscious company reVessel introduces the Adventure Kit: A multi-tasking lunchbox engineered for today’s conscious consumer. “Put your clean eating and sustainable goals into action with our new, versatile and stylish 13-piece stainless steel food storage system,” shares reVessel co-founder Jessica Bell. “The toxin-free, multi-use, eco-friendly containers, silicone and bamboo lid and cutting board give you the freedom to prep, bake, freeze, cook and travel with your food, naturally. Your investment in smart tools over single-use plastics, and in a San Diego company that gives back to the oceans and farmers who sustain it, means a cleaner environment and healthier tomorrow for you and your family.”

         The team at reVessel has completely reimagined the lunchbox in four ways. “They’re built to last a lifetime as they are sustainable and extremely durable; they’re leak-proof with our patent-pending leakproof technology that preserves food flavor and texture keeping it fresh inside and out; and they’re versatile and modular, yet sleek,” shares Bell.  In addition, the Adventure Kit gives back. “We believe that business can do more to elevate humanity beyond a safer and sustainable product. A portion of the proceeds from your purchases will go directly to organizations supporting regenerative farming and protecting our seas as well as measuring, reducing and offsetting carbon emissions from manufacturing.”

         The Adventure Kit includes two 1-cup and two 2-cup containers which insert into the 8-cup main vessel, each with accompanying food-grade silicone storage lids, and one 3-piece adventure lid conversion kit.


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