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Having problems with people stealing your lunch? If you work in an office with a shared refrigerator, then you’ve probably encountered this unfortunate situation before.
One sure way to prevent lunch theft is if your lunch is moldy… but who says the mold has to be real? These anti-theft lunch bags are genius. There’s a green pattern on the plastic bag that looks like mold. No one at the office will ever steal your sandwich again.
What Are Anti-Theft Lunch Bags?
These clever sandwich bags disguise your sandwich, or snack, with tinted green patches that make it look like mold is growing. And though they seem childish, the green splotched bags can be a real lunch savior for people who use community fridges at work.
Watch Out For The Cleaning Crew And Good Samaritans!
The only downside to using anti-theft lunch bags is attracting attention the cleaning crew or good samaritans. Most workplaces have regular schedules where community fridges get cleaned out. It’s easy to plan around that. But a coworker might accidentally discover your “moldy” sandwich in the fridge and throw it away without knowing otherwise.
Keep your lunch safe from thieves with this moldy-looking lunch bag. The design will make anyone think twice before stealing your sandwich. It’s the perfect way to deter office thieves (aside from public hangings, of course).
Where To Buy Anti-Theft Lunch Bags
These anti-theft bags may be more expensive than regular sandwich bags, but if they keep hungry coworkers (or classmates) away from your lunch, perhaps its worth it. Here’s an anti-theft lunch bag Amazon link ($7).
Frank Wilson is a retired teacher with over 30 years of combined experience in the education, small business technology, and real estate business. He now blogs as a hobby and spends most days tinkering with old computers. Wilson is passionate about tech, enjoys fishing, and loves drinking beer.