Sandwich bags are a necessary evil of sending your kids off with lunch. So how do you fight the bag lady shame?
Chuck the plastic baggies in favor of Go Green Pouches, the machine-washable bags from a set of stay-at-home entrepreneurs who are intent on teaching their kids the three Rs (that would be
reducing, reusing and recycling, natch) .
Aimee Mancuso and Emilia Teta make hundreds of bagged lunches every year, and they decided they needed to get away from adding hundreds of bags to landfills. Their pouches come in funky prints for girls, boys and their parents, lined in nylon to prevent leaking and sized for sandwiches, snacks or even baking up the perfect potato. Pack up the PB&J for your little punk in pink skulls or stow the sweets in soldier camo.
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