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Sharing Chomp! Products

Sharing Chomp! Products

I was given the Chomp! products in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are mine.

We seem to ALWAYS be purchasing snack and lunch containers. There never seems to be enough for all the food we need for soccer games, hiking trip, and car rides. Of course, we always run into issues like if the containers are identical, my kids get confused on which child has which container.

When Chomp! approached me about reviewing their products, I was super interesting. I loved the designs where so bright and fun, I knew my kids would be fans. Chomp! very graciously sent me three chomp containers for my kids. We received the Pink Dog, the Green Alligator, and the Blue Shark (there is also a Kitten option as well). Each of the containers are very durable. They have a snap and close option. The containers can lay flat, or they can open like the animal’s mouth. When the containers are closed, there is a small, but sturdy handle for easy traveling. Dishwasher safe, BPA free, and designed by a Mom for kids on the go, Chomp! Products are made with families in mind.

From the moment, we opened the box from Chomp! the wrestling began. Not between my kids, NO! Between me and my kiddos – I needed to take photos of the products, and they wanted to use them! As soon as I finished snapping some pictures, we filled the containers with popcorn, candy, almonds, and raisins. Then my kids were OFF! Literally! They took off running on their adventures with their snacks in hand. In fact, they spent the entire afternoon playing with the lunch containers. (I’m not sure if Chomp! actually ever envisioned their products being a child’s play toy, but it shows how versatile the lunch containers are and how resourceful my children are as well!)

The only difficulty we encountered opening and closing the Chomp! container. My kids could easily shut it closed when they were finished with their snack, but it took them a while to learn how to open the Chomp! snack container.

If you are looking for a fun way to carry snacks or treasures (I can easily see a child using Chomp! for collecting rocks or flowers or whatever else they may collect), check out Chomp!.

You can find Chomp at their website by going here.

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