Thursday, June 16, 2011
Eco Lunch Gear Giveaway & Review
I discovered Eco Lunch Gear , a Michigan company founded by a family experiencing the same struggle. Tina decided to use her love for sewing to create eco-friendly items to replace plastic bags when packing lunches. All products are sewn in Michigan. You have to love an American company hiring American workers!
Eco Lunch Gear is recognized by Green America as a green company. All fabric used to make their products is 100% certified organic. That means no chemicals touching your food. The sandwich bags and wraps are lined to keep your food fresh. The are also water resistant. They work great for sandwiches and even for grapes and oranges! The sandwich wrap opens up to a perfect square to use as a place mat. No need for a paper plate and it also protect from nasty germs on a cafeteria table. I loved the fun patterns available. They are so easy to clean. You can either hand wash them in the sink with your dishes and hang them to dry or throw them in the wash. They wash up great because the fabric is already pre-shrunk. My kids have used our for a few week now and they look just like new. These are a great replacement for plastic bags and I highly recommend you try them.
Eco Lunch Gear is offering a Saving U Green reader a free sandwich wrap and snack bag in the fabric of your choice! Visit Eco Lunch Gear & comment below on what your favorite product is they offer.
For additional entries:
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5. Tweet this message- you can earn one entry per day.
PLS RT Enter to win a sandwich wrap and snack bag from @ecolunchgear via @SavingUGreenMom Enter here ~ http://t.co/rvBP926
Giveaway ends 6/26/2011 @ 11:59 EST ~ winner will be notified the next day. You have 48 hours to respond before you forfeit your prize & another winner is drawn.
The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely mine. I was provided a free sample in exchange for my opinion.