No matter what you do to make a kid’s meal creative and appetizing, there’s no doubt that the mini muncher will not eat it all. A child doesn’t understand how much it costs to waste food but as parents we know all too well. What happens is that we finish eating it or it goes into the trash. Even worse, it goes into the refrigerator to find its slow, smelly death.
When I came across the Ankomn Savior container it was like it had angel wings attached to it. The Savior vacuum seals its contents without expensive or cheap quality machines that use the plastic bag solution. What I love most though is that its reusable and portable. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve taken my toddler out to eat, he takes two or three bites and decides he’s rather play the politician and greet his constituents at every other table. Instead of taking home a foam or plastic container, the Ankomn Savior stores it for later without making the subway ride home smell like partially eaten chicken fingers. At home it works just as well with half-eaten fruits and vegetables that are notorious for going bad in no time.
Ankomn Savior comes in 1.5 quart and 2.5 quart sizes and in gray, beige and brown trim. There’s a premium price of $69.99 and $74.99 but there’s a sale on a two-piece set for $144.99. Expensive, yep but you’ve probably paid more than that in a week’s worth of wasted food. Honestly, I wish I had about ten of these things.
More info at the website here.