Stojo’s Sold Out Collapsible Sandwich Box Is Back in Stock—Just in Time for Back-to-School Lunches

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Stojo makes transporting food convenient, easy and smush-free!

Going back to school and back to the office are just over the horizon. Be prepared to tote your lunch, coffee and healthy snacks with a set of collapsible and sustainable on-the-go food and beverage storage solutions.

Swap single-use plastic and brown bags for Stojo’s fast-selling collection of portable and collapsible silicon cups, bottles, bowls and a just-back-in-stock sandwich box. The first time Stojo launched their genius collapsible sandwich box, it sold out within 24 hours and had a 2,000 person waiting list! But starting July 1, it’s back in stock for beach trips, summer picnics and school lunches.

Even better news? Stojo’s line of products just dropped new colors in carnation, cashmere and denim for summer. PLUS the aquamarine color is exclusively available at Target. Here’s everything you need to know about making your lunch more eco-friendly and easy to manage with Stojo.

What is Stojo?

Stojo Bowlvia Stojo/Facebook

Stojo is a line of collapsible food containers that solve multiple food transportation problems. There are a lot of reasons the Stojo sandwich box had a 2,000 person waiting list!

1. Food storage containers are usually bulky and not very portable. But with Stojo, everything is easy to carry. You can drink a cup of coffee on your morning commute then fold it down and stash the empty cup in your bag for the ride home. The cups and bowls are leakproof!

2. Most food storage containers are single-use or made from toxic plastic that degrades quickly. Stojo is reusable and made from LFGB certified silicone that’s safe for hot and cold food and beverages. And, Stojo products are dishwasher safe.

3. Food storage containers tend to take up lots of room in the cupboard, and don’t get us started on the missing lids! But Stojo’s containers are collapsible and stackable—and the lids snap right on. Genius!

4. We’re just gonna say it—most food storage container’s aren’t cute! But Stojo has clean lines and fun colors you’ll be proud to show off on the subway or in the office kitchen.

Where can you buy Stojo?

Stojo Productsvia Stojo/Facebook

Stojo’s collection of collapsible cups, bottles, bowls and Stojo Box are available at Stojo, Target and Target.com in carnation, cashmere and denim. If you want the one-of-a-kind aquamarine color, it’s only at Target!

  • Stojo Pocket Cup: The 12-ounce collapsible cup is the right size for just about everything. Take it with you everywhere, and you’ll always be ready for a spontaneous cup of coffee or a hearty helping of oatmeal.

  • Stojo Biggie Cup: The 16-ounce collapsible cup comes with a straw for splash-proof sipping and four more ounces of space for coffee, beer or a smoothie.

  • Stojo Bottle: The collapsible 20-ounce bottle is a shape-shifter. It holds a whopping 20 ounces of liquid when full and collapses into a petite sphere when empty. Make it even easier to carry by attaching to your bag’s strap.

  • Stojo Bowl: The collapsible 36-ounce bowl is the ultimate reusable bowl. It collapses and stacks for space-saving cupboard organization. When you’re ready for oatmeal on-the-go, just pop open and fill ‘er up!

  • Stojo Box: The collapsible 24-ounce box is the latest addition to the Stojo family, and the one that sold out in 24 hours, then had a 2,000 person waiting list! This guy is here to replace single-use sandwich and snack bags AND keep your PB&J safe from smushing.

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Megan Wood
As Commerce Affiliate Marketing Editor, Megan helps Taste of Home readers find the best products to make their lives better, easier, and more joyful. She's contributed to The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, SELF, Refinery29, and Wisconsin Public Radio. When she’s not at her desk, you can probably find her walking her dog.