Clip-shut, stainless steel tiffin rectangular tins with a small tin inside for nuts, salad or a bit of chutney. For picnics, packed lunches, travelling and festivals. Refuse single use!
As featured on Symmetry Breakfast...
The term 'tiffin is used in parts of Britain and India to mean a light meal or snack. In some areas, the word specifically refers to lunches brought to work or school. The square and oblong tins are just right for a snack or light meal, and I find them perfect for putting my food in at festivals and street markets, saving that little bit more of waste and rubbish.
Outdoor People get our tiffins from Kairaasi, another Hackney-based social enterprise who reinvest profits into employment projects out in India where these tiffins are all made and hand-finished.
We've a full range of sizes, not got photos of them all yet, so if you don't see the perfect one do ask!
They are safe to use on the stove top, in the oven, and even over your woodgas stove!