Brighton

Wriggle wants you to BYO lunchbox*

If you are from Brighton then you are probably already familiar with Wriggle. For those of you that don’t know Wriggle, offer exclusive deals on food, drinks and events throughout Brighton and Hove.

Wriggle have recently launched their #byolunchbox campaign which is aimed at reducing the amount of single use plastics. With the support of local businesses they are encouraging customers to bring along their own lunch boxes to put their food in. Wriggle have also launched their own lunchbox. It is made from bamboo because it’s a renewable resource, biodegradable, 100% food safe and BPA free, super strong and dishwasher proof. They are available at various different sites around the city and cost just £5. Participating eateries will have a sticker in their window letting passers-by know they can go in and fill up their lunchbox at ease.

I was very kindly gifted a lunchbox and £10 worth of credit from Wriggle which I used to get lunch from the Curry Leaf Cafe kiosk at Brighton Station. I had been in town and was heading home so it was ideal. The deal was excellent value for money. It’s probably one of the more expensive lunch deals but I had several options to pick from – meat, veggie and vegan. It also came with the choice of a drink. I decided to pick a rice box with vegetable fritters, mango chutney and a coconut raita which was so good!

The lunchbox kept my food warm until I got home which was really impressive. It’s also a great size, and fits into my bag so I will definitely be using this a lot. I’ve got my eye on a Hells Kitchen salad box next, which I get regularly anyway.

If you are new to Wriggle I have a £5 code that you can use – KXCKOV. You can use it to purchase your own lunchbox or some yummy food.

*Disclosure – My Wriggle lunchbox was gifted along with Wriggle credit to fill my lunch box up. However I am supporting this campaign because I really like Wriggle. I also think that this is a great campaign.

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