Remember the good old’ school days when lunch break would have the dabbawala bring a small three-tiered stainless steel (SS) tiffin carrier containing rice, gravy and subzi? A jumbo six-tier spoon-lock tiffin carrier could be found in almost every household, reserved usually for outstation travels. Not much has changed – students still eat out of a dabba, and train travellers and budget airline fliers carry eatables in tiffin carriers. From plastic and polypropylene to SS, ceramic, glass or copper-bottomed tiffin carriers or dabbas are still very much around. Age or generation notwithstanding, they have always been an intrinsic appliance in Indian homes. From schools to colleges to offices, on an every-day basis, ghar ka khana is the most appeti-sing and feasible to an average Indian. According to Priyanka Kheruka, Head of Brand, Borosil Glass Works Ltd, “The highest category, however, using tiffin carriers are office goers followed by school and college students opting for more compact tiffin boxes. The issue with the traditional steel tiffin box has always been the lack of design and style. This is where we at Borosil decided to give the same functionality and benefit of a tra...