Have you been on the receiving end of a child who has lost a LEGO block in a building set of 39849389 little bags? (shudders)
Wondered where to put lost Barbie shoes or things found in your "what does this cord go to" / "everything drawer"?
Do you buy your hiking snacks in bulk?
Or are you simply eco-curious, looking for a quick lifestyle change you can make to reduce waste in your family today?
We have an idea!
Did you know the average family goes through over 21 plastic sandwich bags a week? And over 500 plastic sandwich bags a year just for lunches? This doesn't include chopped veggies, random batteries, makeup applicators, or handfuls of Q-tips in a rush to the airport.
Use the waste savings calculator to see how your family's snack bag use compares to the average family.
Don't worry. We're not here to shame you. Most of us have used plastic baggies before, and we all have to start somewhere. What better place than lunch?
We not only make reusable snack bags to reduce waste, we also want them to add value to your life.
That's why we make them dishwasher-friendly so you toss them in during your regular load, and with a handy secure little zipper so you don't have to worry about your baggie bursting open and grapes or batteries going down the aisle.
The goal is to teach our little ones to associate sustainability with fun! Our Snack Bags featuring fun patterns and some of their favorite pals add a layer of personal expression to mealtime. We all know when they get hooked on a character, they fall hard.
Our snack bags are great for mom and dad too. Let's be honest. A few of us have used the Sorting Hat and know which Hogwarts™ house we belong to? Rock your house or throw your makeup sponges in a Llama bag; it's cleaner and well -- you know you want to ;).
Plus, any mom who has walked in on their toddler ransacking their makeup drawer knows they watch what we do. If we make reusables a normal part of life, they are more likely to as well! And we can all feel good about that!
Already a reusable convert? How many single-use baggies have you used this year? Let us know in the comments!