Eat Eco-Friendly with Reusable Food Storage Bags

Posted 8 Apr 2013 4:37 pm . Filed under : Eco-Friendly, Home, Kids, Kitchen, Storage By : admin

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Transport and store your food in eco-friendly style with reusable lunch bags that are fit for kids and adults alike. Beyond packing your meals full of fresh, organic fruits and veggies, make your meal time even greener by carrying your lunch in a recyclable, refillable and reusable bag. Instead of sending your loved ones off with disposable brown paper bags and plastic re-sealable baggies that will just end up littering landfills and polluting the environment, use cute and fun eco-friendly lunch sacks to spend meal time in style while saving the earth.

Cheery and Conscious

Brighten up your lunch time blues with a cheerful and eco-conscious reusable bag for fresh food when you’re on the go.

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Try: Solutions Lunch Sac in Buzz, $19.99, at solutions-stores.ca

Super Saver

Store all your food items and good conveniently in a lunch bag that maximizes and creates space to hold enough snacks and meals to last you throughout the day.

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Try: Solutions Gourmet Tote in Black, $24.99, at solutions-stores.ca

Fun and Friendly

Spend your lunch time pretty in polka dots with a fun and flirty statement that says “I’m chic, yet conscious of my environment.”

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Try: Solutions Small Lunch Bag Ruby Dots, $14.99, at solutions-stores.ca

Neat and Nutritious 

Take everything you need and more with you for lunch with an ultimate lunch kit set that contains multiple reusable food storage containers in a variety of sizes along with a handy, spacious bag to store it all in.

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Try: Solutions RealSeal Big Lunch Kit Set, $24.99, at solutions-stores.ca

Green Goodies

Curb your carbon footprint and reduce your impact your lunches have on the environment by switching out your disposable meal storage for reusable and earth friendly solutions.

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Try: Solutions Gourmet Getaway in Vine, $29.99, at solutions-stores.ca

 

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