About Us

About Us: Meals in Steel is New Zealand owned and operated business. Meals in Steel offers a wide range of food grade, high-quality stainless steel lunch boxes, and bottles. Good alternative to plastic. True to our sourcing philosophy, we only purchase or source products from the supplier when all our criteria have been met. We personally visit our supplier to make sure that it ticks all boxes including following Fair Trade and Environment Policies.


Our Mission: At Meals in Steel in everything we do we are always looking for new ways to reduce our impact on the planet. So from the beginning, we have been hard at work developing, what we know is a step towards reducing the world's most consumption of single-use plastic.

Eat Healthy and Live Healthy


 Why Meals in Steel: We are what we eat and how we eat. We put ourselves at risk by making, storing and eating dangerous foods and using containers. Today we see lots of plastic and polystyrene containers are used for carrying and storing food. We even store hot or warm foods in those containers from takeaways and restaurants. This type of containers can leach BPA and other toxic substance into our food and body. On top of that, we are making our environment polluted by recycling and landfilling those materials such as plastics and polystyrene, which can take at least 500 years to decompose.


Is BPA-Free Plastic really safe? We use bisphenol A–free (BPA-free) water bottles and lunch boxes, because we've heard the chemical can cause cancer and other serious illnesses. We're being safe, or so we think. Think again. It turns out that our BPA-free water bottle and lunch boxes could be just as toxic as our old BPA-rich Nalgene.

Items that are free of BPA often contain other chemicals that behave in much the same way – leaching into foods and drinks. After being absorbed by the body, the chemicals mimic the hormone estrogen, increasing the risk of cancer, diabetes, obesity, and reproductive problems. And it's not just BPA. In one recent study, pthalates, a compound found in plastics, were linked to a 20 percent reduction in male fertility.

Manufacturers' labels aren't worth much, either. In the largest and most comprehensive test of plastic products, researchers at the plastics-testing company examined 455 products and discovered that nearly all the items, including those marketed as BPA-free, leached chemicals that mimicked estrogen.  We wouldn't call any plastic safe. "Some are just safer," 


 Public Contamination: Because polystyrene and plastic products are so common, many people assume they are safe, and that a government agency, such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), would not allow a health-threatening product to be marketed to the public. But the EPA National Human Adipose Tissue Survey for 1986 identified styrene residues in 100% of all samples of human fat tissue taken in 1982 in the US. Styrene is used to make polystyrene plastic and is a contaminant in all polystyrene foam packages. But the migration of styrene is nothing new. It was first documented in 1972 and then again in 1976. (Source business Barbados, by Future Centre Trust. 6 July 2010)

Meals in steel offers a wide range of food grade, high-quality stainless steel lunch boxes and bottles and coffee mugs, which will keep your food safe.


Our Responsibility: We are constantly working on reducing our carbon footprint. Our company is working towards a carbon-neutral goal, by using solar panels to power us during the day and an EV car to get us around places, we're proudly helping New Zealand stay clean and green.


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