I like to bring vegetables and dip or salads with the salad dressing separate as lunches for myself so I was really happy when I found out and got to try the Glad to Go Lunch containers.
These all-in-one solutions make it easy to pack combos that you want to keep separated, like salad with dressing or soup with croutons. Glad® To Go Lunch features a large reusable plastic container, along with a dressing cup that snaps into the lid — perfect for holding condiments or toppings. So now you can portion out your meals at home, and prep them as you like at lunchtime. Glad To Go Lunch includes 4 containers (32 OZ) and 4 snap-in dressing cups (1.5 OZ).
I love that the containers interlock so they stack away easy and take up minimal space in your cupboards. I love that they are dishwasher safe and microwave safe. I think that it is great how the dressing container snaps into the lid so that you only have one container to transport. The container that kept the salad dressing also never leaked which I loved.
Overall it is great to have a container that transports the dressing separately and conveniently so that I do not have a soggy salad or vegetables come lunch time.
The Glad To Go containers are also available in a snack size.
Chips and dip. Yogurt and granola. Sushi and soy sauce. All classic pairings, but you don’t want to pack any of these combos together. Glad® To Go Snack features a small reusable plastic container, along with a dressing cup that snaps into the lid to keep your condiments or toppings separated. So you can mix and prep treats the way you want whenever you snack. Glad To Go Snack includes 4 cups (24 OZ) and 4 snap-in dressing cups (1.5 OZ).
I love these containers and use them all the time. I also shared a few of my Glad to Go containers with some friends and received positive feedback from them on the containers as well.
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Disclaimer: Please note that I was given Glad To Go containers for the purpose of testing and reviewing.