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Introducing the reusable Ele-Pail container

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Eat…rinse…refill…repeat… with our Elephants reusable food container.Make a $5 refundable deposit and you’re all set.

Bring your rinsed Ele-pail back and get a fresh one to use again! Available at all Elephants locations.


Check it out!

–An environmentally-friendly alternative to disposable containers
–Microwave safe for re-heating
–BPA-free polypropylene plastic

–Use it for soup, your favorite hot dish (mac-n-cheese, please), hot lunch specials, or your favorite item from the deli case (at NW 22nd).

I bought one, but now I want to return it. 

What? You don’t love it? We think you will use it a lot, but if you aren’t enjoying your new Ele-pail, you can return it for a full $5.00 refund.

Where do I return my rinsed Ele-pail in an Elephants store?

Each Elephants location has a receptacle for your Ele-pail. Return your new one, and ask us for a fresh one. Questions? Ask us: We’ll show you the ropes!

Can I fill my Ele-pail with mini danishes?
Yes. Yes, you can. You can fill it with all your Elephants favorites when you want to skip a disposable container.
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