Sunday, August 7, 2016

Review: Goodbyn Bynto and Hero {with GIVEAWAY}

Goodbyn Review -

If you read my blog regularly, you know that we love our Goodbyn lunch containers! They were the very first containers I bought for my kids and they have proven to be one of our favorites over time. 

Goodbyn Review -

Besides the obvious plus points of the Goodbyn (carrying handle, dishwasher safe and leak proof), I love that the Bynto is easy to open for my kids even though it is still leak proof and my kids love the bright colors and convenience of being able to carry it without a lunch bag.

Goodbyn Review -

We packed this lovely purple Bynto with;
  • a peanut butter sandwich on multi grain bread
  • grapes and a stamped banana
  • mini peppers

Goodbyn Review -

The Goodbyn Hero is truly a Hero! We love that it comes with two dippers which makes packing a breakfast style lunchbox a breeze. Just like the Bynto, this lunchbox is so versatile. You can pack a lot or a little and there is even room for a Goodbyn bottle!

Goodbyn Review -

Why do we love these Goodbyn containers?
  • They are easy to wash (Top rack dishwasher safe)
  • made FDA-approved Materials
  • BPA- and phthalate free
  • easy to open for little kids
  • fun and colorful
  • hold up throughout the school year! We had ours for years!
  • 100% Recyclable

Goodbyn Review -

  This Goodbyn Hero contains:
  • grapes
  • cheese
  • vanilla yogurt
  • peanut butter sushi
  • a Larabar and
  • a few pieces of cereal to eat with the yogurt

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Goodbyn sent me a Goodbyn Bynto and Hero to review. All opinions are my own.


  1. I would pack cheese, crackers and berries.

  2. I would pack veg.sandwitch, apple and nuts.

  3. I would pack a home made gluten free lunchable with lots of fruits & veggies

  4. I would pack hotdog corn bread muffins, mango slices, broccoli florets, fruit leather, and water.

  5. Chicken salad, crackers, grapes, and apple slices.

  6. I love making the kids fun lunches,maybe a homemade lunch a ble type lunch or sandwiches on a skewer

  7. I've got a picky eater on my hands so I would do his favorites in a goodbyn box! String cheese, grapes, cheezeitz, & yogurt!

  8. I like how the boxes are a good size so I can put a water in the box.

  9. I would pack anything my daughter or son wanted! Minus nuts since thier school is nut free.

  10. I would pack a wrap. And fresh fruit. Maybe some yogurt and crackers.



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