My family loves the Litter Free Lunch Kit by New Wave Enviro Products. For just over twenty dollars, you get an insulated lunch box, a beverage container, two small snack containers, one medium-sized container, and a larger container which is good for sandwiches, small salads, etc. It's great for packing a school lunch for kids, a work lunch for adults, or just a picnic for an afternoon at the park! The bottle can also be filled with ice and used as an ice pack. ... read more
I'm really excited to be reviewing a craft box from Green Kid Crafts! And, I'm even more excited to let everyone know that next week we'll be doing an awesome giveaway where one lucky reader will win a craft box! Yay! (Stay tuned for that!)... read more
The Lunchopolis, by New Wave Enviro Products, is awesome. For only twenty bucks, you get an insulated lunch box, a beverage container, two small snack containers, and two larger containers which are good for sandwiches and whatnot.
While not as green as stainless steel food containers, they are BPA-free and reusable. They're also a lot cheaper than stainless steel options. They're sturdier than most inexpensive plastic containers and without a BPA plasticky smell.... read more
This is a very cool little snack bag, made by Kids Konserve. Perfect for a small lunch, snack, or picnic, it produces a waste-free lunch. Forget the Ziplocs, brown bags, and paper napkins...it's time to "konserve!" :-)
The Snak Pak contains: a cotton drawstring bag, cotton napkin, a round leak-proof stainless steel container, and the reusable food wrap, dubbed "the food kozy."
I find it very useful for going places with my toddler. Everything can fit neatly in the bag and it doesn't create any garbage. I don't know why I never thought of bringing a cloth napkin on the go! I also throw in a few Lucky Butterfly reusable snack bags filled with cereal and other small snacks to keep some extra food handy. ... read more
When I saw these books at the toy store, I couldn't resist buying one. First off, they're made of 98% recycled materials. They're also more durable than most kids books. Not as durable as a traditional board book, but far more durable than a regular paper book. I can actually read this to my 9 month old without worrying that within the blink of an eye he'll destroy the pages.