Product Review: KOKO Lunch

You had me at hello…

I stumbled upon KOKO Lunch bags and I almost fell out of my chair. Such a simple concept: a stylish, eco-friendly lunch purse. This style is called “Megan.”

At first glance, maybe it’s simply a cute handbag…but with red silverware?

That’s what’s inside — it’s insulated!

 It can fit a lot of stuff — I tried out my gear. It’s very deep so it could fit multiple containers stacked up and even a water bottle, although it may be tough to close with a water bottle standing up straight.

My son was fascinated by the interlocking silverware

 PVC free
I love this bag — it’s perfect for someone working in an office who needs to have professional-looking lunch gear (not a plastic bag). Owning this purse is a luxury for me! This is a Canadian product, but you can use their store locator to find out where you can find it in the US and online.
What I liked about the lunch bag:
FCC full disclosure: I received one free KOKO Lunch bag to review. I was not given any cash compensation for sharing my opinion on the product. This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely mine. If I claim or appear to be an expert on a certain topic or product or service area, I will only endorse products or services that I believe, based on my expertise, are worthy of such endorsement. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer or provider. This blog does not contain any content which might present a conflict of interest.
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13 thoughts on “Product Review: KOKO Lunch

  1. OMG those are so nice! One reason I don't like to carry lunches (and often skip or just down a meal replacement bar) is that when I'm dressed for volunteer work in my uniform or going out for a nice day, I don't want to carry some dayglow kids lunch bag.

    These are so stylish, I wouldn't be ashamed to carry any of them! And I know they're stylish enough that my teens would love them, too… and you know how hard it is to get teens to carry lunches!

  2. Those are awesome! If I needed a new lunch bag I would definitely get one of those. I found the one I have right now at REI (the outdoorsy store) and it's nice enough for work… although not nearly as adorable as those are.


  3. What a cute lunch bag, with lots of room. If I ever need to get one, I will definitely get one like this one. Just love the styling and colors of this bag. I love reading reviews before I buy something, so thank you for sharing your viewpoint.

  4. I just stumbled upon your website. What a cool site. I 100% agree with your thoughts on school lunches. I have a few snap shots of my 3rd graders school lunch for some ideas.

    Love the stylish lunch bag. Can't wait to check out the site!Thanks for sharing your reviews!

  5. Not only do I think that bag is supercute but my name is also Megan! It's like it was meant to be! I don't currently have any limitations on what I can bring my lunch in to work but you never know about the future.

  6. I have one of these bags, and I love it! Mine is a different style – it's green, with white stitching in a flower pattern. Definitely worth the price.

  7. "…it's perfect for someone working in an office who needs to have professional-looking lunch gear (not a plastic bag)"

    BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH. I doubt that anyone in an office would give 2 organic figs if you brought food in a plastic bag. BUT it is really cute. Great find!

  8. I do think it's interesting that people take such vested interest in what they carry their lunch in. I mean to skip lunch simply because you're embarassed of what kind of lunch bags you have available? No one cares what you're carrying your lunch in!


    I have a bag very similar to this but it's a zip top and put out by Thermos. This looks a little bigger which I like because my containers can take up a lot of space when stacked…I'll have to look into one!

  9. Ooo… This one might be a candidate or an alternative for my laptop lunches bag and the Japanese-made bento boxes (or carrying them along for lunches in an insulated baggy).

    Would you have a guesstimation as to the internal volume of the baggy? I think in metric, but I'm not Imperial-handicapped, so just go ahead, if you know the volume of the baggy. A lot of lunch boxes or containers are a little too large to carry my fairly small lunch(es), which I sometimes rather pack as smaller snack-sized meals to go, so I'm curious as to how I could fit my eating habits into a baggy like this. 🙂

  10. That is a cute bag, and I love the interlocking cutlery! I just bought a lunch bag from Built NY, and I love it. It has a nice pattern and looks professional, but the best part is that it is made of neoprene (wetsuit material), so you can throw it in the washer (not the dryer). It's stretchy so it holds a lot of odd-sized containers. It's not insulated, but that's not a big deal for me since we have a refrigerator at my office.

  11. We have trouble keeping the Koko line in stock in our CoolLunchBags Web Store.
    They are actually beautiful purses that function as an
    insulated lunch bag, and are reasonably priced.

  12. I'm a longtime reader, but I've never commented before.. however.. this is the CUTEST thing I have ever seen! I absolutely adore it! Could you let us know if the inner portion of the laptop lunchbox fits inside of it? I end up carrying mine in without the outer bag pretty often, just because I don't need the extra space for the drink that it provides, and I prefer something that slips over my arm instead of hanging from my shoulder. Also, I'm a design student, so I love this type of stylish stuff, especially when it's eco-friendly!

  13. FYI, we're not supposed to bring our lunches in plastic bags, but it's more of a concern about grabbing the wrong lunch than it is about appearances. For me, bringing lunch in a cute bag is like wearing my favorite underwear; it might not matter to anybody else, but it makes *me* feel good!

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