Lunching can be fun

Lunch containers of all sizes

Lunch containers of all sizes

Labour Day signals the end of summer in Canada as everyone returns to school and work. It also signals the return to new, or shall I say old, routines like making lunches. While this is considered a chore for some, others get inspired to provide healthy nutritious fun food for themselves and/or their families. Some lunch-makers also look for inspiration in how to present the food to keep it fresh and fun. This is the perfect time to pay a visit to FENIGO, one of Toronto’s newest shopping experiences.

Following a huge on-line and retail success in Waterloo for more than five years, FENIGO has opened a new store to better service Toronto customers on July 20, 2013. The store, located in Bloordale, offers Canada’s largest selection of products exclusively dedicated to packing and carrying a litter-less lunch.

You will find the perfect container or accessory for your lunch, picnic, barbecue or boating trip. The store offers a unique range of items – for children and adults – to carry and store food in food-safe materials (glass, stainless, plastic, and cloth):

• storage containers for sandwiches, soups or salads
• water bottles
• thermal coffee mugs and food jars
• cutlery in small sizes, including bamboo sporks and chopsticks
• lunch bags in all sizes and shapes (for all ages)
• bento boxes and sushi accessories
• picnic baskets, wine totes, and other accessories.

FENIGO carries popular brand items like Contigo, Crocodile Creek, Laptop Lunches and Built as well as unusual items like bento boxes imported from Japan.
FENIGO supports the school waste-free lunch programs and also offers them fundraising programs (see website for application).

Visit FENIGO – where “lunch” becomes a “fun” experience – 1199 Bloor St. West, Toronto, Ontario M6H 1N4, 647-827-9878, Call or check the FENIGO website for store hours.

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