Most diseases are spread through hands, which is why this smart lunch box concept prioritizes the use of anti-bacterial wet naps before eating. The design by Norwegian company Unikia is separated into compartments so that kids will not be able to get to their lunches without being reminded to keep their hands clean and germ-free.
The lunchbox actually comes with an anti-bacterial napkin in its first compartment that are encouraged to be replaced frequently. The design of the container aims to make washing hands a habit. The clear plastic lid displays anti-bacterial napkins that are stored in the first compartment of the lunch box. There is also a memo pad beside where you'd place the wet nap, so you can write your child-friendly reminders.
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