Giveaway: Cuppow Lids and BNTO Adaptors

February 29, 2016

New BNTO Colors - Food in Jars

Our friends over at Cuppow have been really busy lately. Not only have they added more colors to their line-ups of Cuppow drink lids and BNTO jar lunchbox adaptors, they’ve added the most beautifully packaged laundry powder from The Simply Co. to their shop that I’ve ever seen (it comes in a sturdy, reusable 32 ounce jar!).

New Cuppow Colors - Food in Jars

In case you’re unfamiliar with Cuppow, they are the makers of the original mason jar drink lid adaptor and the inventor of the BNTO, which allows you to transform a mason jar into a two-part food storage (great for picnics and snacks on the go). Whenever I know that I’m going to be away from home for most of the day, I tuck some cut fruit into a jar and pop a BNTO in on top and pour some nuts into it. Nothing better to prevent lousy snacking that being prepared!

BNTO Angle - Food in Jars

The nice folks at Cuppow just sent me a box of their drink lids and BNTOs so that I can share them with you guys. There will be six winners in this giveaway, and each winner will get a Cuppow lid and BNTO. I’ll do my best to make sure everyone gets their preferred colors, but that sort of thing isn’t always possible.

Here’s how to enter.

  1. Leave a comment on this post and tell me how you’d put a Cuppow lid or BNTO into action in your life.
  2. Comments will close at 11:59 pm eastern time on Saturday, March 5, 2016. A winner will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog on Sunday, March 6, 2016.
  3. Giveaway open to United States and Canadian residents. Void where prohibited.
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post.

Disclosure: Cuppow is a Food in Jars sponsor and is providing these giveaway units at no cost to me. However, all opinions expressed here are entirely my own. 

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329 thoughts on "Giveaway: Cuppow Lids and BNTO Adaptors"

  • I would love a Cuppow lid to use as sippy cups for my kids. The BNTO would be great for peanut butter for my kids to dip pretzels on a picnic.

  • I’d use a Cuppow lid for green smoothies on the go. Straws get yucky stuff dried inside & I don’t like the possibility of dumping it into myself without some kind of kid or straw. The BNTO would be great for my lunch salads & dressing, or work snacks. Thanks!

  • I have a lot of jars that I use for canning and storing. These would be great to use for resealing when I only a portion of what I have opened.

  • I already use a mason jar to drink out of, so I guess the Cuppow lid would just help me take it on the go with me!!! The BTNO would be great to pack all kinds of snacks and lunches for work- but I’m primarily thinking about my mixed berries and yogurt snack I’m addicted to! YUMMMMM!

  • My roommate is just getting into using mason jars for storage and likes the idea of packing salads and fruit. I really want to get her a bento for dressings, pb, yogurt, nuts, whatever to expand her good-snacking habit 🙂

  • Great idea for sack lunches & snacks, like apple slices & peanut butter, veggies & dip, yogurt & nuts or granola, fruit & yogurt, on and on. Nice and compact.

  • I use a mason jar at my work to drink from. A good top on it would help protect my keyboard in case of spills!

  • I make my own yogurt, my own plum jam from the tree in the yard, combine with milk(no cow or goat yet!) and make drinkable yogurt, which goes into mason jars now but just as storage to be pored into a cup at work for breakfast. Imagine how jealous the bus riding public will be when they see me sipping right from the jar on a moving bus. Everyone will ask and I will tell them where I got it!

  • I’d use a BNTO for snack-packs –veg and pesto, dried fruits and nuts, etc. I’m picky about texture, so keeping everything separate is great!

  • Not exactly sure what I’d use these for, but anything jar related seems to find a use around this abode! Drinking vessels for summer drinks is fairly obvious, as is take alongs for snacking while traveling. But, some hobby storage might happen, too.

  • What a sheltered life I have led! I’ve never heard of such a thing before (got here thru a convoluted path starting out at Leite’s Culinaria with pickled onions & carrots!). What a marvelous idea. I’d be packing my hubby’s lunch with salads & dressing separate in the BNTO. Thanks for introducing me to such a thing.

  • I’ve been making yogurt (using your recipe) and I would use for yogurt and homemade granola to sprinkle on top.

  • I’d love a cuppow to replace my always leaking travel mugs. And the BNTO would make salad transportation even easier.

  • The lid would be great for bringing drinks to my community garden plot. I like to take my iced coffee down there in the summer mornings. The bento would be great to hold a dill dip (mayo, sour cream with beau monde and dill spices) and put carrots and celery in the lower part of the jar. Or even celery in the bottom and cream cheese in the cup. Yum.

  • I have a long commute from CT to NYC and spend a lot of time in the car an on the train. I would love to use the lid to bring infused waters with me!

  • I’d love to use the bnto for my work lunch – granolls would work great in the bnto with yogurt on the bottom! I hate soggy granola.