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reusable tiffin from the conscious co-op

by Sharné

I’ve been trying really hard to reduce the amount of takeaways I order at work during the week. What works best for me is to pack leftovers for lunch and to also take snacks with. That’s where a reusable stainless steel tiffin comes in handy, especially this 3 tier tiffin, because I can pack my breakfast in one, my lunch in another, and I still have space for snacks.


tiffin history

Tiffins are also known as dhabbas and are traditionally round containers, with stacking stainless steel compartments. The tiffin is sealed with a lid and a side clip and has a handle for easy handling. Tiffins originated in India, where a home cooked meal which consists of various dishes was placed in the various compartments. 

where to buy?

My tiffin is from The Conscious Co-Op and you can also get from Shop Zero, Eco Elephant and Pilgrimage Spaces to name a few. If you don’t already have a great reusable lunch box, consider getting a tiffin this #plasticfreejuly

Do you have a reusable tiffin? Do you have any other ways that I can reduce my plastic waste? I’d love to hear from you in a comment below. If you’d like to see more of the out & about reusable products I have found, have a look here.  New products posted regularly.

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