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post #41 of 99

Would Love To Try them!!

post #42 of 99

I would Love to try them!!

post #43 of 99

We probably spend $60.00 a year, at least! I have three children and then my husband packs his lunch for work. I would love to try a sample of these re-usable bags! They are so cute my girls would just love them! It would cut down on the trash too! Great product!

post #44 of 99

I think we spend about $50 a year. :)

post #45 of 99

Would love these!  I have tried to go "green," so have probably only spent about $10 on plastic the past year, but I am eternally scrounging food storage containers because I am phasing out all of my plastic wear.  We use glass almost exclusively for home refrigeration, but there are places that glass just isn't that friendly (the pool, for example) and it is super heavy to carry in our cooler bag.  Winning these would be a fabulous addition for the start of school and the kids would love to use them!

post #46 of 99

i would absolutely love these. not just for my seven year old daughter, but for all of us as well. especially as a prego momma, who is constantly carrying around snacks with me at the moment! :)

post #47 of 99

i would absolutely love these. not just for my seven year old daughter, but for all of us as well. especially as a prego momma, who is constantly carrying around snacks with me at the moment! :)

post #48 of 99

i would absolutely love these. not just for my seven year old daughter, but for all of us as well. especially as a prego momma, who is constantly carrying around snacks with me at the moment! :)

post #49 of 99

I have spent perhaps $10 on baggies for the past year. I have four lunchskins and love them for snacks on the go. My 2 year old can open them carefully and knows they will have a yummy snack.

post #50 of 99

We try and use plasticware and pyrex but when a bag is needed we have probably spent about $15 in the last year....I am guessing...

post #51 of 99

We probably spent about 20-40 dollars on a variety of ziplop type bags in the last year. I would love to try these!

post #52 of 99

I would love to try these/

post #53 of 99

I would love to try one. Currently we go through a box of baggies every two months. I would love to try something that is better for the environment!

-Jamee

post #54 of 99

I would love to try one. Currently we go through a box of baggies every two months. I would love to try something that is better for the environment!

-Jamee

post #55 of 99

I use stack coupons with sales to even be able to afford to buy plastic bags. Then we try to reuse them as much as possible. I have spent probably $10-$15 dollars last year on bags. But, hey at least we use cloth diapers! :) 

post #56 of 99

I vow to rid our lives of those pesky plastic sandwich bags this year.  It's a timely goal as our olderst is starting kindergarten and we'll be packing lunches daily.  I'd guestimate that we easily spend $50-75/year on plastic storage bags. What a waste and so not earth friendly! Time for a change!

post #57 of 99

My daughter is starting kindergarten this fall - would love to have these for her lunches! I imagine we'd spend $50 on baggies and saran wrap otherwise...thank you!

post #58 of 99

Ive been meaning to buy these but had forgotten about them! Thank you for this! Perfect just in time for school :) I can't get the promotional code to work when I go to 'check out'.

post #59 of 99

I spend over $50 or more a year, but that includes the deli papers that I wrap a lot of stuff in for my husband.  I try to wash and reuse the plastic bags but it is hard as I have no good system for it.  I used to dry them on my clothesline but my kids keep knocking them down.

 

post #60 of 99

I'd love to try these. We probably spend about $30-$40 a year on zipper bags. We try to reuse the ones we can so we make them last a little longer. Thanks for the giveaway!

 

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