WHY CHOOSE TAVVA?
EASY TO OPEN & CLOSE - Thanks to their soft, flexible silicone lids, also the little boys and girls can open and close them with no help. Silicone lids are cute, durable and don't smell like chemicals. And because the lids are stretchy, if you overfill the containers you don’t need to worry.
NO MORE SPILLING - Whether you need them as kids’ lunch box or as snack containers for adults, you don’t want them to leak and stain your purses or kid’s backpack! Thanks to their sealing mechanism, Tavva Kitchen Containers are 100% watertight and leakproof.
SAVE MONEY & GO WASTE FREE - You can move away from plastic lunch containers with our ecofriendly, non-toxic silicone lid and lightweight stainless steel 18/8 food grade container that are free of chemicals like BPA, BPS and phthalates commonly found in plastic food storage containers. And because you can reuse them as many times as you'd like, they are a convenient way to save money and reduce waste.
100% GUARANTEE - Tavva Kitchen Reusable Containers are plastic free, durable, lightweight, reusable, oven and dishwasher safe. In the unlikely case that our metal food containers are not perfect for you, just send them back for a full refund!
Whether you want to eat healthier food or just to add flavor to your home cooked meals, TAVVA Containers are just what you need. With their leak-proof lids and sleek design, these dishwasher safe containers:
- Can be carried in your bag without staining it
- Preserve the delicious flavor of dressings and sauces
- Are child-friendly and easy to open for little fingers
- Have portion control so you can keep your diet on track
- Can be taken with you everywhere, from work to picnic or school
- Come in a cool box, so you can give them as a family gift set.
With a variety of 5 sizes, the metal food container fit perfectly in your bag without taking up too much space. Thanks to their robust design, the snack storage containers allow juicy fruits and pretzels to arrive uncrushed, being perfect as::
- Salad containers
- Snack container set
- Baby food prep containers
- Dressing containers
- Salt or spice storage containers
- Fruit containers
The quality of our eco-friendly containers makes Tavva Kitchen Metal Food Containers stand out from the crowd. Made from superior stainless steel and food grade silicone, the reusable food containers are non-toxic and 100% plastic, BPA, and phthalates free. These stylish snack containers come in 2 colors (navy and multicolored) and feature:
- 100% leakproof,
- Easy tight-water lids
- Lightweight design so it won’t add extra weight
- Reusable, recyclable, and eco-friendly materials
- Robust stainless-steel construction that won’t rust
- 5 different sizes: Small - 3 oz/ 90 ml, Medium - 7 oz/ 200 ml, Large - 12 oz/ 350 ml, X-Large - 20 oz/600 ml and XX-Large - 26 oz/800 ml
Are these containers lined with Tritan?
Is the silicone lid 100% food grade and totally without any toxic fillers?
Are the lids easy to open for kids?
Can you use these to freeze food?
How do I wash my stainless steel food containers?
With hot soapy water and detergent - or in the dishwasher! Do not use bleach, harsh chemicals, abrasive cleansers or pads. With proper care and cleaning, your stainless steel lunchboxes may be used for years and years to come.
Does stainless steel corrode or stain?
Stainless steel is a material that is used extensively in the kitchen due to its general resilience against things like heat and corrosion, along with a pretty good level of stain resistance.
Usually, the chromium within stainless steel reacts to oxygen in the air and forms a protective film, preventing problems like rust and reducing the risk of permanent marks. With gentle care and regular cleaning, stainless steel will often last for many years and resist developing rust or stains!
However, while stainless steel is highly resistant to corrosion, it's not completely impervious.
If it’s treated with harsh chemicals, like bleach, or its surface is coated with grease or dirt and not regularly cleaned, the stainless steel is more vulnerable to corrosion and wear. Regular gentle cleaning is required to preserve the appearance and integrity of its surface. In fact, stainless steel actually thrives with frequent cleaning, and, unlike some other materials, it is impossible to "wear out" stainless steel by excessive cleaning.
Cleaning Tips & Tricks for Stainless Steel
- Wash by hand or in the dishwasher with detergent will clean stainless steel safely and thoroughly. Follow with a hot water rinse.
- To remove food stuck to your container:
- Soak the container in warm soapy water and then clean with hot soapy sponge.
- For more stubborn cases, a Nylon non-abrasive pad with detergent should be adequate for dealing with most deposits.
- Another gentle but tough approach to removing deposits and stains is to use a baking soda paste. Simply mix a tablespoon of soda with a little water into a thick paste. Coat the problem area and leave for half an hour. Then rub with a damp cloth, rinse and dry.
- Please note: Water with a high mineral content tends to leave water spots, so in this case, it is recommended you wipe the surface completely dry with a clean, dry cloth.
No Bleach... and Other No-nos
- Bleach will stain and damage stainless steel, do not use cleaning sprays or solutions that contain bleach.
- Never use steel wool or steel brushes. They will scratch the surface of your stainless steel and make it more susceptible to rusting and staining.
- Abrasive cleaners will scratch the surface and should always be avoided.
- Dirty water and cleaning solutions can leave a residue that can stain and damage the surface, so don’t forget to rinse and dry.
- Long-term exposure to table salt and salt and vinegar mixes can damage stainless steel.
- In order to reduce chance of staining, do not allow the following acidic food items to remain on stainless steel surfaces for hours: ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, lemon juice, vinegar, salt, and salad dressing.
Are the silicone lids dishwasher safe?
The silicone lids used in our collection are dishwasher safe. They can also be hand washed. Avoid harsh chemicals like bleach.
In case of food odors, wash the lids with a paste made from baking soda and water. Simply mix a tablespoon of soda with a little water into a thick paste. Coat the problem area and leave for half an hour. Then rub with a damp cloth, rinse and dry.