Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Lunchskin Review + Giveaway



Happy Earth Month!  April 22nd is Earth Day and I've decided to celebrate all month long by pairing up with a bunch of great eco-friendly companies to bring you a ton of great reviews & giveaways! 

Up next are Lunchskins, an eco-friendly alternative to zippered plastic baggies. 




The average person disposes of around 1,000 zippered plastic baggies per year, and more than 20 million sandwich bags from school lunches go into landfills in the US alone.  Those are staggering statistics when you really sit down and think about it.  

Luckily, companies like Lunchskins are making great products like these reusable sandwich and snack bags that can reduce the amount of plastic that you use in your everyday life. 

Because these bags are completely waterproof,  you can pretty much stuff anything inside of them!  This his means they are also 100% dishwasher safe, which was a huge selling feature for me.



Lunchskins keep snacks tucked safely inside with the help of a few strategically placed velcro strips.


They carry a variety of different prints, so whether you are buying these for you little one to use in their lunch boxes, or to stick some snacks in to take to the office, there's a print that is right for the occasion. 

The folks over at Lunchskin have offered to send 1 lucky reader an assortment of their re-usable sandwich baggies to try!  Be sure to enter using the Rafflecopter widget below! 

Good Luck!  



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11 comments:

  1. Love storing our homemade GORP in Lunchskins!

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  2. perfect for stashing some fishy crackers in your purse :)

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  3. This would be great for the sandwich and pretzels I take for my lunch.

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  4. I'd carry my carrots. I'm always dragging carrots around as snack food

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  5. I'd use them to store sandwiches, crackers or nuts.

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  6. I would store carrot sticks and grapes in the lunchskins.

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  7. I would store gluten free crackers and trail mix.

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  8. if I won, i would put mango chips, veggie chips, or crackers and cheese. and if there is a bigger baggy, i would use it for sandwiches, or bagels.

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  9. I'd probably use this mostly for sandwiches and homemade trail mix.

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  10. Interesting, but didn't know there was a velcro that was waterproof. Also, "dishwasher safe" - so you would have to turn it inside out to flush away any nasties...?

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