Pack, Eat, and Reuse With Lunchskins

I have to admit I’m a little ashamed. Before the school year started, I went to Costco and bought a bulk box of plastic zipper baggies. After all, my little dude was going to need a packed snack and lunch every day in Kindergarten; plastic bags are an essential for that… Right?

Wrong!

Turns out I’m contributing to more plastic bag-waste than I’d like to admit packing his daily bagel, chips, Cheerios, apple, and pirate booty in separate little baggies. Eeks—five days of school lunches add up to a whole lot of baggies!

Fortunately, we were recently introduced to Lunchskins Reusable Fabric Bags and Food Storage Bags, and now there’s no going back. (You’re welcome, Planet Earth and wallet!)

These lunchskins Paper Sandwich & Snack Bags are perfect for sandwiches, snacks, treats and much more. The box is designed to fit perfectly in your kitchen drawer, and the removable peel-away strip seals in freshness. Durable and grease resistant, these paper bags are 100% recyclable and 100% home compostable.

They’re great for your on-the-go lifestyle and all your lunchbox packing needs… Plus, they feature fun and colorful designs and prints.

It’s only October friends, and the school year is young. Let’s cut down on our plastic bag lunchbox waste sooner rather than later… And I’ll stick to buying sparkling water and granola bars in bulk.

This is not a sponsored post. We received product to review.

 

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About Lauren Barth

As the Editorial Director of Momtrends and The Shopping Mama, Lauren Barth covers industry events and reports on the latest style and beauty must-haves for busy moms. A former editor at Mode Media, she has written extensively about parenting, travel, and lifestyle. With a hilarious toddler boy and a cherubic baby girl at home, Lauren spends her very limited free time drinking coffee and daydreaming about sleep. She lives with her husband and kids in the suburbs of New York City.