Worried about losing a ton of money in last week’s stock market crash?  The thought of plastic toxins leaching into your food keeping you awake at night?  Sorry, we can’t fix that financial loss, but we do have a nifty way to keep those plasticizers from potentially leaching hazardous chemicals into your food.  Here’s a new age meets old-school way to help stay healthy, be eco-conscious and save money!

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HealthyKitchenware’s Food Carriers are available as single compartments (small, medium and large), as well as 2-tiered or 3-tiered compartments with a handy carrying handle.  Each compartment of the tiered versions measures 4 1/2 ” diameter x 2″ deep and can be used as bowls or for re-heating.  fc2.jpg

Perfect for salads, fruit, rice, pasta, chili, sandwiches — any solid food (not for liquids). Be the first in your office or school to carry your favorite meals from home and enjoy them, plastic-free.  Also ideal for fishing or camping out, or simply storing leftovers in the fridge at home. Who knows – maybe one day it will become standard practice when ordering meals “to go,” to bring your own container.  Better for the environment, and better for you.

Diagnosed with Endometriosis in 2005, Healthy Kitchenware co-founder Cynthia Bistrain discovered that man-made chemicals, xenoestrogens, which mimic estrogen in the human body and contribute to hormone imbalance, are found in plastics, detergents and antibiotics among other common consumer products. She and her husband, John Wrenn, launched HealthyKitchenware.com to offer sensible glass and stainless steel products as well as advice on how to reduce toxins and create a healthier lifestyle.  Check out their smart array (glass baby bottles, glass containers, sandwich wraps) of reasonably products @ healthykitchenware.com.