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post #61 of 98

i love the rebel green reusable lunch bag in the pretty planet print. so cute and recognizable, you'll instantly know it's yours. i thought it was great that it came with an organic cotton napkin too!

 

i just joined and this was the first article i read. it's so helpful because my baby just started kindergarten!!

post #62 of 98

I love the idea of the Laptop Lunch Bento Box 2.0 (http://www.reuseit.com/store/lunch-lunch-bags-boxes-c-248_249.html). Would love to use that instead of baggies. 

post #63 of 98

I like the little containers with removeable inner trays.  So you can use it for a lot of one thing or bits of a few things, ideal for a 5 year old!

post #64 of 98

This would be perfect for DH to have a hot lunch while he's working! http://www.reuseit.com/store/thermos-king-stainless-steel-food-with-spoon-p-2660.html

post #65 of 98

The cloth napkins on your website are such a great idea!

post #66 of 98

I love all of the varieties of reusable lunch bags.  I had no idea so many different options were available!  This is defnitely something our family will be utilizing!  Thanks eat.gif

post #67 of 98

I LOVE the stainless steel "bendy" straws!!  I had seen glass before but did not buy because I was afraid I would break them!  I wonder if these can be cleaned-maybe with a chenille straw?

Great products!

Lisa

post #68 of 98

Love, love, LOVE the stainless steal food containers!! That's the first time I've seen them and now I want some! :) And I "liked" reuseit on facebook :)

post #69 of 98

Can't decide what I like. I like the Earthlust steel water bottles, but then again I might choose one made in USA if I were buying. Really impressed with how much stuff they offer is made in USA. Also I like the Lunchskins, the reuseit baggies, and lots more.

post #70 of 98

These are our favorite.  I can pack one utensil every day without worrying that she has the right thing.  I stuck a small label sticker with her name on it on the handle, and we've used two of them for 3 years now, that's a lot of lunches!

 

http://www.reuseit.com/store/light-fire-kids-spork-p-1969.html

post #71 of 98

I love lunchskins! I saw a women with one at the park the other day and was fawning over it!

http://www.reuseit.com/store/lunchskins-sandwich-p-1883.html

post #72 of 98

I love the light my fire black sporks!!  I like your site...I'm going back to do some shopping, thanks!

post #73 of 98

These sandwich "wrap-n-mat" things look brilliant: http://www.reuseit.com/store/wrapnmat-regular-p-137.html   We re-use plastic bags right now, but they are a pain to wash, and often my sandwich falls apart when I am stuffing it inside.  This would solve both problems as it looks easy to wash and just wraps right around the sandwich.  Brilliant!

post #74 of 98

Thanks so much for this reminder.  I am so glad to find a resource for containers of different sizes.

post #75 of 98

I really like the reusable sandwich and snack bags. I hate those plastic ones! I own 2 sandwich bags for my son but I really need some for snacks too. Plus I love the colors available.

post #76 of 98

I've never seen a replaceable-head toothbrush! What a great idea.

post #77 of 98

woah. stapless "staplers" blew my mind. liked on fb too.

post #78 of 98

I get tons of compliments about my son's Goodbyn, but now he doesn't want to use it everyday, and so we're using my lunchbag for him.  I'd love to get him a new insulated bag along with these (http://www.reuseit.com/store/%C2%A0humangear-gotoob-mini-reusable-container-p-1934.html) for his yogurt and these (http://www.reuseit.com/store/lunchskins-sandwich-p-1883.html) for his sandwich, veggie chips, etc.

 

(And I already like you both on FB.  :o) )

post #79 of 98
post #80 of 98

The stainless steel straws are awesome! I have a picky 2 year old for whom I make super smoothies every morning. He drinks almost twice the smoothie if it's through a straw, but I hate messing with the plastic ones and this would be SUCH a good solution! "Liked"!

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