Founded in 1918 in Osaka, the Ichikawa Brothers Trading Company pioneered the earliest methods of vacuum-sealing bottles. That specialty was eventually put to work creating high-tech appliances for the home. Renaming itself Zojirushi (“mark of the elephant”) to symbolize strength and intelligence, the Japanese company now produces an array of ultramodern thermos bottles, electric kettles, bread makers, hot water dispensers and rice cookers. Many of their appliances boast advanced parts and features, including computerized displays, innovative nonstick surfaces, and detachable magnetic power cords.
Eating lunch out every day gets old ... and expensive. We’ve made it downright easy to pack your midday meal with this selection of ingeniously designed food-storage pieces — from bento boxes to vacuum-packed containers to hot/cold mugs.
Skip those $11 tuna sandwiches from that ridiculously crowded place near your office and bring your lunch to work instead. We’ve made it downright easy to do just that with this selection of food-storage pieces that are as stylish as they are practical.
From the moment we wake up, we look forward to lunch. If you’re the same, you’ll love elevating your midday meal with Zojirushi’s portable lunch sets; with vacuum-sealed containers and microwaveable bowls, they’ll eliminate sad brown bags from your life. We also love Monbento's bento boxes and chopsticks, which are both charming and practical. As for your daily sandwich: stash it in one of Lekue’s colorful holders (there’s even a “Baguette Buddy”). And munchies keep perfectly in Planet Zak!’s air-tight containers and double-wall storage vessels. In this sale we’re selling some delectable treats too, from olive-oil-roasted almonds to flourless brownies. Is it lunchtime yet?
An easy way to get in shape for spring (and beyond)