Most parents know that errands with their little one run infinitely smoother when snacks are involved. Take & Toss snack cups are perfectly sized for on-the-go noshing, with bright colors and snap-on lids to prevent leaks and spills. The entire Take & Toss line is durable enough to use over and over, yet affordable enough to treat as disposables - which is perfect if a container gets lost in the shuffle of your busy day.
From 9 months. Expert developed; Parent preferred. Reuse, toss or recycle (Not recyclable in all areas. Please check with your municipality or recycling center to see if this product is accepted in your area). Disposable - for use-or-lose convenience. The First Years Take & Toss 4.5 ounce Snack Cups are durable enough to use over and over, affordable enough to treat as disposables. Dishwasher and microwave-safe. Snap on lid is great for travel and leftovers. Sturdy so each one can be used and reused. Dishwasher safe. Just the right size for little hands to hold and use. PVC-free. This product does not contain polyvinyl chloride or phthalates. Actual product colors and styling may differ from product description. Made in Canada to The First Years' quality specifications.
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