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SECOND - Deep Square Container

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List price: £12.00  
£8.50
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SGL005-S
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THIS PRODUCT IS A SECOND. USUALLY £12.00.

All of the seconds we sell are still completely 'fit for purpose'. The reason they are seconds is that they have cosmetic imperfections eg. small scratches on the lid or a very tiny dink or scratch in the stainless steel.  The packaging may also be missing.

Please note - because these items are sold as seconds we cannot accept returns unless the product is faulty and not 'fit for purpose'.

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Deep, square stainless steel container with smooth, rounded edges.  Ideal for storing leftovers in the fridge or for a waste-free lunch or picnic.

Please note that because the lid does not have a plastic seal, there could be some leakage if used with very wet foods.
 
Not for use in microwave. Dishwasher safe.

Made responsibly in India from high quality 201 food grade stainless steel. Free from plastic, BPA, phthalates and lead. 

12cm x 11cm x 10.5cm high.  850ml capacity.

SUSTAINABLE

In recent years many consumers have become aware of the impact of the disposable culture we live in and want to try and live a more sustainable lifestyle. A Slice of Green was designed to offer these consumers a stylish range of reusable products that can help them work towards this. Their goal is that consumers will collect a range of their  well-priced products, giving them a ‘tool-kit’ to pack and transport healthy, homemade food and drinks for all the family.

A Slice of Green containers are made from high quality, food grade 202 stainless steel and have folded, smooth edges. Stainless steel is non-toxic and non-leaching and will not retain or impart flavours.

A Slice of Green is designed and distributed by Green Pioneer Ltd who are based in the middle of beautiful countryside in Wiltshire, UK.  Green Pioneer also focus on bringing many other stylish, ethical products to the European retail market to help consumers live a more sustainable lifestyle.