Organize your food with this super chic, no-leak food storage that doubles as a lunchbox

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As people go back into the world, they’ll need a lunch to bring with them. Woman-owned brand Inka designs food storage that makes lunchtime the most organized and sustainable meal of the day. 

Brought to you by founder Leah Naomi, the Inka food storage containers are perfect replacements for those tattered containers you’re used to. Three years in the making, the brand’s patent-pending InvisiSeal technology prevents leaks throughout your travels. Not to mention, these containers are BPA-free, dishwasher-safe, microwavable and so durable you can pass them down for generations.

The uses for these food storage containers from Inka are endless. There are three modular sizes you can shop in six different colors, starting as low as $10. Not to mention, the brand’s star product, known as The Lunch Kit, offers an entire meal station with a medium and small container, a saucepot, a set of utensils, silk cotton napkins and a modern vegan silicone and microfiber leather lunch bag to carry it all. Plus, to save even more on storage, you can shop food containers in a variety of sets of six, 12 and 18, so your fridge stays organized at all times. 

Take a look at some of the Inka’s food storage container options to better set up your meals for the week. 

Medium Food Container, Plum, $10

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Looking to bring one or two sushi rolls to work? That’s where the medium size comes in. It holds 17.04 fluid ounces, and you can grab one of these along with a small food container to build your entire lunch kit. 

Large Food Container, Aubergine, $12

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The Large Food Container can hold 27.15 fluid ounces of food. Great for putting back leftover casseroles or rice bowls, the large perfectly fits in the lunch kit bag. 

Small Food Container, Coral, $8

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The Small Food Containers are great for holding baby food, a parfait or cut vegetables. The small fits 7.5 fluid ounces, and you can build your lunch kit with three of these little gems. 

Set Of 12, $98

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For those who want to fully commit to organizational life, opt for any of the food container sets. Snag a set of 12 for $98. In this set, you get four of each modular sizes, but feel free to go bigger. 

The Lunch Kit, $245

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The lunch bag itself is a sustainable fashion statement. The brand went out of its way to choose silicone leather for the bag’s design, which, according to the brand, is often only used on luxury yachts. However, that’s why it’s made to last. You can build your entire container set around The Lunch Kit so that your food is organized before and after chowing down. 

For organizers, this is a dream. And for those on-the-go city dwellers, lunchtime just got way more versatile.

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