Packed lunches are boring, let’s be honest here. Whether it’s a half-dry sandwhich that you made the night before, or a bland, tasteless pasta salad, lunch time isn’t exactly the most thrilling times of the day. Fortunately, a new lunch-based Kickstarter campaign hopes to spice up lunch time and have you the envy of your colleagues, it’s called the Prepd Pack, and it’s set to revolutionise the packed lunch.
The Prepd Pack is not only a gorgeous looking lunch box, it’s a lunch experience, which allows you to prepare more adventurous meals for lunch. The Prepd Pack contains an innovative system of modular containers designed to fit in the lunch box which in itself offers more than just a container for containers. The box itself offers storage for magnetic cutlery, as well as a non-slip silicone pad so you’re not chasing these containers around the table.
The containers aren’t just your regular tupperware either, as they’re made from BPA-free tritan plastic, designed to fit perfectly into the Prepd Pack, are fully microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe, and are designed to never leak, something you’ll often find with much cheaper storage boxes. What’s more, there’s an app which offers meal ideas and recipies designed specifically to fit into the Prepd Pack, no matter what.
That’s probably the most genius part for me. I’d love to be more adventurous, but unless I have ideas slapped on a plate in front of me, I haven’t a clue as to what I’d make for lunch that isn’t a dried up old ham sandwich.
The app allows users to search for ideas based on key ingredients and offers nutritional information, which is perfect for those more calorie conscious, especially as we head more into the new year.
The Prepd Pack is looking to secure $25,000 on Kickstarter, and with just 25 days to go, they’ve already matched this goal more than once, as its currently sitting at a cool $424,000. You can secure your own Prepd Pack for $50, which is nothing in the grand scheme of things.
The Prepd Pack is set to launch outside of Kickstarter later this year, with the base Prepd Pack having an RRP of $70.