The 'Lunchbox Runner' has been designed by Yoon Jeongho and Kim Myungjin as a food plate that works to portion out foods and let kids interact with them in a different way. After it has been used for serving a meal, the plate can be used as a planter for small herbs, cacti, succulents or even small veggies. This encourages a continued product life to teach children how to reuse items that might otherwise be thrown out.
The 'Lunchbox Runner' food container design identifies the perfect way to serve meals to kids to make them interested in what's on the menu and how they enjoy it. Being that kids often spend mealtime picking little bits, the plate speaks to this by offering little containers for small portions and two larger ones for bigger sides to also teach about portion.
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The 'Lunchbox Runner' Portions Meals and Has a Multipurpose Design
- By: Michael HemsworthSep 29, 2017