S'well Is Launching Meal Prep Containers for Commute Friendly Lunches
They'll keep your food hot for up to six hours and cold for up to eight.
S'well makes some of the trendiest water bottles on the market. They're not just pretty to look at, though; they're totally functional. They can keep beverages cold for up to 24 hours or hot for up to 12—and their exterior is sweat-proof, which means you can slip them into your gym bag or purse without fear of soggy receipts at the bottom from condensation. Considering that, plus the array of colors, patterns, and sizes available, it's no wonder the brand has a cult-like following. (Speaking of which, have you seen S'well's recent collab with Lilly Pulitzer?)
Now, after nearly a decade in the beverage space, S'well is venturing into the food world, launching its first-ever line of meal prep and food storage containers.
First up, is S'well Eats. These two-in-one bowls (available in five super cute styles) will make eating on-the-go so much easier (not to mention way more chic). They also come in two sizes: 16 oz (Buy It, $40, swellbottle.com) and 20 oz (Buy It, $60, swellbottle.com).
Similar to S'well bottles, these containers have a stainless steel exterior with triple-layer insulation. The exterior bowl keeps food hot for up to six hours and cold for up to eight, while the microwavable interior prep bowl nests neatly inside the exterior bowl for leak-proof travel. (Related: Your Guide to the Best Meal-Prep Containers to Buy)
Both items are also dishwasher-safe, making them the perfect alternative to single-use plastic for those trying to stay environmentally woke.
The brand's other new line, dubbed S'nack by S'well, is a simpler, more colorful version of the S'well Eats meal prep containers. These stylish, tote-able containers are also available in two sizes, each offering varying degrees of insulation. The 10 oz container (Buy It, $20, swellbottle.com) keeps food hot for up to four hours and cold for up to five, while the 24 oz container (Buy It, $50, swellbottle.com) keeps food hot for up to six hours and cold for up to eight. (Related: The Essential Guide to Meal Prep for Beginners)
They also come with a nifty handle and can easily be stowed away when you're not using them.