They're cute, colourful and as sturdy as they need to be to survive the playground antics of your kids. And they make it a cinch to pack that dreaded school lunch with a range of healthy and appealing options your children will actually eat.
I don't know about you, but by this time in the school term, packed lunches often come home untouched and I'm thinking it might have something to do with the drab presentation and sandwich rut we're in.
Picking up a few Munchboxes could not have happened at a better time as we struggle and limp our way to the finish line of this term.
There are two neat designs of Munchbox, with each holding five cups of food - enough for even a famished sporty Year Five student.
You can pack it more sparsely for younger kids too, meaning the Munchbox will see them right through primary years and beyond.
The lid contains a special seal, so while you can't pack soup in the Munchbox, you can pack other wet foods such as yoghurt and dips and not have them leak into the other compartments that hold rice crackers or bread.
In order to preserve the seal and removable tray for many years to come, the components are hand wash only.