Juice boxes are convenient for packing in a child’s lunch or for taking along on trips, but what they contain probably isn’t your first pick for feeding to your child. Those juice boxes often contain beverages that are more sugar than anything else, so they aren’t nutritious. Those flimsy cardboard boxes that can seem like cement when you’re trying to insert the straw can somehow spring a leak when you least expect it, ruining the packed lunch you made for your child, or dripping all over your child’s clothes – and those artificial dyes can be hard to remove. With the Juice in the Box beverage container, you can pack a healthier drink for your child. The plastic is Eastman’s nearly indestructible Tritan, and it’s BPA- and phthalate-free. It’s spill proof, with a 100% silicone seal and spout, and the straw is already inserted and ready for drinking. It’s sized and shaped to fit easily into a lunch box, and it holds 8 ounces of your child’s favorite drink. It also cuts down on the amount of waste produced by your child’s lunch, so it’s better for the environment. The Juice in the Box is available in translucent blue, green, pink, orange, or red for $11.99 each. You can even get a replacement parts kit ($5.99) with three straws, a seal, and a spout to keep the Juice in the Box looking and working like new.
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