This stainless steel movable divider is great for separating different food types in your A Slice of Green Doda lunch box. The divider simply holds itself in place creating two compartments of whatever size you choose.Why we love it
Please note because the divider is removable it is not sealed tightly to the end of the lunchbox, so runny foods might move between the compartments.
For use only with the A Slice of Green Doda lunch box. Simply divide the main compartment into two smaller ones by squeezing the ends of the dividing plate and placing it inside. The flexible ends will hold the plate in place. Great for separating a salad from a sandwich.
Measures approximately 12cm x 5.7cm x 2cm.
Dishwasher safe. Not for use in the microwave.
Co-founders Charity & Will launched A Slice of Green back in early 2015 when awareness of living a more sustainble lifestyle was just starting to gather momentum in the UK. It was a few years before the boost given by David Attenborough’s Blue Planet series in late 2017, but the interest was definitely there. They noticed there were a lot of ‘sustainable’ brands launching on the market, most of which were focused on colour and fashion trends; or came from factories in China that were mass-producing products that often included large amounts of plastic. It was clear to them there was a market for a brand that represented ALL elements of sustainability - the behaviour change it encouraged; the materials used to make the products; designs that would not go out of fashion and sourcing sustainable production methods that would support positive employment and skill development.
So the idea for A Slice of Green was born – a brand that was timeless, accessible, ethical, and could make everyones lives a little bit greener - one slice at a time!
First to launch was their collection of stainless steel lunchboxes and containers in early 2015, offering a wide selection of plastic free storage for the kitchen and out and about. The Brand works directly with two small producers in India, and celebrate the heritage of these pieces by naming each one after an Indian town.
2018 saw the launch of organic cotton produce bags made by the Brand's fabric producer in south India, followed by more reusables in 2020 with its first A Slice of Green prints, designed in house at its premises in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside. 2020 also saw the launch of a range of household brushes made in Germany from sustainable wood and plant based bristles.