Waste Free Lunches Made Easy with Reusable Snack Bags: Fresh Snack Pack Review & Giveaway!

One very easy way that all moms can help the environment is by changing the way we pack our kids’ lunches. Imagine all of the plastic baggies, foil, and plastic wrap that are going into our landfills? We CAN make a difference! The changes are easy AND will save you a lot of money as well! A great company that can help us with our waste-free efforts is Go Fresh. They make reusable snack and sandwich bags called Fresh Snack Packs!

Go Fresh sent me a sandwich bag and a snack bag for me to review. These reusable baggies are IMPRESSIVE! First of all, they are made from PVC free plastic. They are Phthalate free, BPA free, lead free, non-toxic and free of any ink printing. The baggies are shut with a Velcro closure and the top flap actually opens out into a place mat. It can even wrap around the handles of a stroller, bike, or shopping cart! The most impressive feature of these reusable snack bags is the durability! These are tough little baggies…they will last and last! In fact, Crystal Figlietti, the inventor and also mom of three, says on her site that she has been using the same snack bag for over 100 days of school lunches! I totally believe it after seeing and using the baggies!

This brings me to my next point-they are VERY AFFORDABLE! The Snack size bag is $4.50 and the Sandwich size is $5.50! Think about ALL of the baggies, tin foil, and plastic wrap that you WON’T have to buy and how much money you will save. These are convenient because they are just like regular disposable snack bags, but they are eco-friendly, reusable, and safe! Plus, these small changes make a big impact on our children and the way they think. This is a great way for parents to lead by example and show their kids how important it is to protect our planet!

See How They Work:

Want It: Fresh Snack Pack reusable baggies can be purchased online at Go Fresh.

This contest is closed. Congratulations to the winner, Peggy! Winner has been emailed and has 48 hours to contact me.

Comments

  1. The first prototypes created in 2004 (they received an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004) were fabric and then nylon.

  2. I learned that Crystal hopes that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  3. I entered the Earth Week Oh Plah” giveaway at Go Graham Go. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  4. I subscribe. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  5. I follow on twitter and tweeted. 1amypugmire. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  6. I have your button. amsbolda@hotmail.com

  7. I learned that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack they would like to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations. Wonderful!

  8. I subscribe.

  9. I follow on twitter and tweeted. http://twitter.com/susanlanai/status/1601705033

  10. They received an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004! Thanks for the chance.

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  11. I subscribe!!! Thanks.

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  12. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.

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  13. I learned that in an effort to be as earth friendly as possible they have intentionally not added color to the bags or printed logos and have embossed the images on instead

  14. I am a follower

  15. I learned that Crystal hopes that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations.

    Domanda3@gmail.com

  16. I have your button.

  17. I subscribe.

  18. I follow.

  19. I entered the Earth Week Oh Plah” giveaway at Go Graham Go.

  20. In an effort to be as earth friendly as possible, they have intentionally not added color to the bags or printed logos, and have embossed the images on instead.

    nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

  21. I’m a follower

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  22. Anonymous says:

    “I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go
    renee
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  23. Anonymous says:

    I subscribe
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  24. i learned the fresh snack pack is made with EVA, itโ€™s a type of plastic that is BPA and phthalate-free

  25. subscriber

  26. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.

  27. Anonymous says:

    They are made of PVC free EVA plastic, Phthalate free, BPA free, Lead free, Kid tested,Mom invented.
    renee
    yeloechikee at hotmail dot com

  28. They started using fabric and nylon

  29. I’m a follower on blogines!

  30. The first prototypes were made out of fabric and then nylon instead of the PVC free plastic that they are made out of now.

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  31. I follow

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  32. I learned that the company’s founder, Crystal Figlietti, is an award-winning product designer with a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Pacific Northwest College of Art.

    spitfyr323 at hotmail dot com

  33. I’m a subscriber!

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  34. They intentionally do not use any color or logo on the bags to help the environment.

  35. Oh these look sooooo super! I learned that the makers of this product have have intentionally left out color on these products to make them ‘extra’ earth friendly.

  36. I subscribe.

  37. I learned that the fresh snack pack is made with EVA. Thanks for the chance.

    sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

  38. they’re made from a nontoxic plastic!

    alison_luby at hotmail dot com

  39. Crystal Figlietti is an award-winning product designer with a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Pacific Northwest College of Art,as well as, a mother of three and part time lunch packer.

  40. Blog follower! jadco123

  41. Button is in my blogroll!

  42. Learned that the fresh snack pack is made with EVA. Been doing a lot of research on this stuff in months gone by. Great idea!

  43. The Fresh Snack Packtm is made of 4mm thick EVA (Ethylene-vinyl acetate).

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  44. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.

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  45. I subscribe.

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  46. Crystal has a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Pacific Northwest College of Art!
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  47. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go!
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  48. I am following. Thanks
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  49. I learned family was the product testers!

  50. I follow your blog!

  51. They received an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004 mverno@roadrunner.com

  52. They are hoping to, through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack, be able to give back to the community.

    Corrie

    mrandmrsryankolbe @ gmail.com

  53. I’m a blog follower!

    Corrie

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  54. Christine says:

    In an effort to be as earth friendly as possible we have intentionally not added color to the bags or printed logos and have embossed the images on instead.

    jc.misc(at)gmail(dot)com

  55. Christine says:

    I entered the “Earth Week Oh Plah” giveaway at Go Graham Go”
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  56. Christine says:

    I’m subscribed.
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  57. through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack they would like to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations

  58. follow

  59. I learned that their vision is to reduce waste.

  60. Got your button.

  61. Instead of using typical plastics, these bags are made of EVA!
    Thanks for the giveaway ๐Ÿ™‚
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

  62. I like that they have intentionally not added color to the bags or printed logos and have embossed the images on instead in an effort to be more earth-friendly.

  63. I subscribe through google reader.

  64. I entered the Oh Plah Giveaway at Go Graham Go.

  65. The company’s vision was to reduce waste. Thanks for the giveaway!

  66. regular snack bags can’t be recycled, but this product can be washed and reused over and over!

  67. I subscribe to Jolly Mom

  68. “I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go

  69. Learnt that snack bags are PVC free EVA plastic :: Phthalate free :: BPA free :: Lead free :: Kid tested.

    I entered the Earth Week Oh Plah” giveaway at Go Graham Go.

    rajikarthik@hotmail.com

  70. They were originally made from fabric – ughh. uheeter at comcast.net

  71. I subscribe. uheeter at comcast.net

  72. I think these are a great idea! We spend too much money on sandwich bags.
    The original concept and design was created in 2004 and received an award from The National
    Parenting Center in that same year.

    ljatwood at gmail dot com

  73. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go

    ljatwood at gmail dot com

  74. I am a subscriber.

    ljatwood at gmail dot com

  75. I am a follower.

    ljatwood at gmail dot com

  76. There is no ink or dyes used in the bags and any logos used are embossed.

  77. The first prototypes were fabric and then nylon. However they realized that fabric ink and finishing are not approved for food contact.

  78. I’m a subscriber.

  79. The Fresh Snack Packtm is made of 4mm thick EVA (Ethylene-vinyl acetate).

    mccataquet@comcast.net

  80. I follow your blog

    mccataquet(at)comcast(dot)net

  81. The Snack Packs are made ethically in a factory in China and undergo many rounds of testing to ensure their safety!

    Thanks! foxsquirrelrabbit at gmail dot com

  82. The mommy who invented them has my name – Crystal –

    crystal_reagan at hotmail dot com

  83. I’m a subscriber.

    crystal_reagan at hotmail dot com

  84. I have your button on my sidebar at http://www.simplybeingmommy.com

    crystal_reagan at hotmail dot com

  85. They won an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004

  86. Subscribed

  87. These are great, and I love how you can still see your lunch inside them. I learned that Each year Americans consume over 380 billion plastic bags, sacks and wraps. That is beyond frightening!

  88. I subscribe at katwalck at hotmail dot com

  89. I have your button on my blog

  90. I’m following on Twitter and I tweeted here
    http://twitter.com/KatydidandKid/status/1614394284

  91. I entered the Oh Plah contest at Go Graham Go!

  92. The creator is Crystal Figlietti, a mother of three.

    sarahbcrawford(at)Gmail(dot)com

  93. I follow on blogger
    sarahbcrawford(at)gmail(dot)com

  94. I learned that
    “Crystal hopes that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations.”

    I think this product is super cool and I would love to use them!!!

    ropeswing77 at yahoo dot com

  95. The designer has a Bacher of Fine Arts degree, and I love the idea of a reusable sandwich bag.

  96. The company’s founder,Crystal Figlietti, is an award-winning product designer with a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Pacific Northwest College of Art. She’s also a mom! Thank you for this giveaway!

  97. They received an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004.

  98. I follow

  99. They earned an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004. Yea for them!

    mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

  100. I subscribe.

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  101. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at GGG.

    mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

  102. They first made these out of fabric and nylon

  103. I subscribe

  104. I learned that the prototypes were created in 2004 and were fabric.
    mommastaci33(at)yahoo(dot)com

  105. I follow.
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  106. And have your button.
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  107. THese products are ethically made!

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson
    janna@FeedYourPigBlog.com
    jannajanna@hotmail.com
    http://www.FeedYourPigBlog.com

  108. Their vision is to reduce waste. Sounds like a great vision to me!

    elissa at huebert dot org

  109. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.

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  110. Subscriber!

    elissa at huebert dot org

  111. I think it is great that they used teenage boys as product testers. When my son was a teen he didn’t want to carry his lunch because it wasn’t “cool”. It nice to see someone wanted their opinions.

    Great giveaway and fabulous product!!

    fperkins2000 @ yahoo.com

  112. And I am going to follow your blog!

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  113. I learned that founder/inventor Crystal hopes that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations.

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  114. I think my fave is either Synchronicity or Energy!

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  115. I entered the Oh Plah! giveaway at Go Graham Go!

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  116. Their products are made in China in a factory but ETHICALLY.

    erikaelizabeth@wildmail.com

  117. these are awesome i like that they can become a built in placemat. vbarton24 at gmail dot com

  118. i subscribe by email and reader vbarton24 at gmail dot com

  119. i twittered and i follow on twitter twitter.com/morgaine24 vbarton24 at gmail dot com

  120. i stumbled http://morgaine524.stumbleupon.com/ vbarton24 at gmail dot com

  121. the button is on my sidebar vbarton24 at gmail dot com

  122. They are PVC free and they use minimal packaging.
    Thanks!
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  123. Email subscriber.
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  124. Hand wash them – no dishwashers!

    addeviant006 at gmail dot com

  125. I entered the oh Plah giveaway at GGG

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  126. follower

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  127. i have your button

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  128. The first prototypes were created in 2004.

  129. I subscribe

  130. The Fresh Snack Packtm is made of 4mm thick EVA (Ethylene-vinyl acetate).

  131. Email subscriber!

  132. I follow on twitter and tweeted:

    http://twitter.com/andilinder/status/1628821370

  133. Great giveaway! I learned that the first bags they created were fabric and even won an award from the “National Parenting Center” in 04!

    Thanks, vancy31[at]gmail[dot]com

  134. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway from Go Graham Go.

    Thanks, vancy31[at]gmail[dot]com

  135. To be more earth friendly, they did not add logos or printing to the bags. Very cool.
    Thanks for the opportunity.

  136. I learned about the huge amount of waste in the school lunchrooms today. These are a great idea!
    Chrissy at knittodayAThotmailDOTcom

  137. Thank you for a great giveaway! I learned that they received an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004. Very nice. Thank you!
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

  138. Their vision is to reduce waste.

  139. They were recently featured on ecofabulous.com.

  140. Follow you on blogger.

  141. Entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.

  142. All of the wasted lunch baggies were the inspiration for this product.

  143. I think it’s wonderful that the founder of the company will use some of the profits to donate to community and children’s organizations.

  144. I follow, and here’s my tweet: http://twitter.com/prizealert/status/1640955272

  145. I learned the first proto type creaed in 2004 received the National Parenting Center Award in 2004.

  146. I’m following you on twitter and I tweeted about this give away.
    http://twitter.com/home

  147. I entered the Oh Plah give away at go graham go.

  148. I learned that I learned that through sales they would like to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations.
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  149. I follow.
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  150. I subscribe.
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  151. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.
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  152. There were made out of cloth and nylon first!! Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

  153. I thought it was interesting that the first prototypes were made from fabric, but that dyes in fabric are not approved for food contact.

    mamaknj @ msn . com

  154. Changed from fabric due to the ink coming in contact with the food.

  155. Follow on reader.

  156. Stumbled

    jillmac3

  157. Got the JM button.

  158. Made from a nontoxic plastic to replace the hundreds of baggies that we use in a given year.

  159. ” fabric ink and finishing are not approved for food contact”
    Huh…who knew!?

  160. The company received an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004. Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

  161. Stumbled! bluenude3 Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

  162. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

  163. I like that they made the snack pack clear to be able to see and made it look like a more traditional looking snack bag

  164. The fresh snack pack is made with EVA, itโ€™s a type of plastic that is BPA and phthalate-free. Thanks for sharing~

  165. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.

  166. I learned The original concept and design was created in 2004 and received an award from The National
    Parenting Center in that same year.

  167. I learned that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack they would like to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s organizations.

    CherryBlossomsDesign at hotmail dot com

  168. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.

    CherryBlossomsDesign at hotmail dot com

  169. I blogged here:
    http://peonieblossoms.blogspot.com/2009/04/who-wants-to-save-earth.html

    CherryBlossomsDesign at hotmail dot com

  170. I follow your blog!

    CherryBlossomsDesign at hotmail dot com

  171. I follow you on Twitter and I tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/CherryBlossBaby/status/1660834206

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  172. I have your button!
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  173. They intentionally left color and logos off to make these as earth friendly as possible!
    bs.webster at sbcglobal dot net

  174. I love the fact that they hope that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations. That is such a great idea!

  175. I was interested to see that this idea began with fabrics and moved away from them due to the ink not being safe for contact with food. I am excited to see this type of item out there, because our family goes through loads of baggies, and they are just such a waste, and an exensive waste at that. Kudos to Crystal on this one!

  176. I love that they are not colored and have no printed logos. They are imbossed instead…making them more earth friendly.
    tracyahughes1@msn.com

  177. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.

  178. I subscribe.

  179. They are PVC free EVA plastic Phthalate free BPA free Lead free Kid tested Mom invented

  180. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go

  181. Susscriber

  182. You have to wash them by hand and either towel or air dry. I wonder how fresh they keep the food?
    nhmummab@comcast.net

  183. email subscriber
    nhmummab@comcast.net

  184. I learned that In an effort to be as earth friendly as possible they have intentionally not added color to the bags or printed logos and have embossed the images on instead.

  185. I subscribe by email.

  186. The creator wants to give back to the community which is really fantastic!

  187. That they used their family to test the products.

  188. Anonymous says:

    I like the tagline – All the convenience with less waste. TM

    dangotmail AT yahoo DOT com

  189. i learned and love the fact they give donations to different organizations. Its so refreshing to see a company give back to their community especially if they dont’ have to

    meg

    onourwayonline.com

  190. I learned that they’re made from a nontoxic plastic!
    Thanks
    matternu@aol.com

  191. subscriber
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  192. Anonymous says:

    I learned that you should hand wash the bags inside and out with warm water and soap. It’s not recommended to wash them in the dishwasher.
    -Terra H.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  193. Anonymous says:

    I’m an e-mail subscriber.
    -Terra H.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

  194. The Fresh Snack Pack is easily cleaned by hand washing. dishwasher not recommended

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

  195. The first prototypes were created in 2004 and made of fabric.
    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

  196. I blogged: http://goyay.blogspot.com/2009/05/go-fresh-giveaway.html
    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

  197. I follow on Blogger.
    talonsmom731 at gmail dot com

  198. Their vision is to reduce waste.

  199. Te first proto types were made of fabric then nylon

  200. Serenity says:

    Hmm…does this information we learned have to be something you are specifically looking for, like a “winning phrase”? Because everyone has already said all that from the “about us” page.

    So, I’ll tell you that I learned I have to hand wash the bags, (which is fine because I don’t have a dishwasher), and that I cannot buy these in my state, locally. Or at least that’s what the “Where To Buy” page shows now. Maybe in the future it’ll show some place near me.

    email: serenity (dot) cat (at) gmail (dot) com

  201. first prototypes created in 2004

    drgarnecki at gmail dot com

  202. The creator has a a Bachelor of Fine Art from the Pacific Northwest College of Art!
    pleaseundress@yahoo.com

  203. I leaned: In an effort to be as earth friendly as possible we have intentionally not added color to the bags or printed logos and have embossed the images on instead. We have kept the easy pack-ability associated with plastic baggies but have cut down on the waste. We can feel good about doing our part.”

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  204. Subscribed.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  205. I think it’s interesting that the creator has a degree in art/design. I love it when things are functional AND beautiful.

  206. I’m a subscriber.

  207. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go (and I love that you do giveaways in tandem with that site)

  208. The bags are free of all the bad stuff… they won an award in 04…. I would love to win them!

  209. OMG- i need to order these. they are perfect.

    anway…. the first prototype were fabric and nylon

  210. They received an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004

  211. I follow

  212. I like the fact that sales of the Fresh Snack Pack are given back to the community through donations to various children’s and environmental organizations. ebtho74 at hotmail dot com

  213. They wanted to have see through baggies like a regular ziploc bag, it helped their kids finish their lunches.

  214. I follow.

  215. Follow on Twitter & tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/gordy93/status/1711796492

  216. Inks, finishes, and dyes used on fabrics are not tested for food safety. Ugh!

    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

  217. I learned that they intentionally didn’t use plastic coated fabric because it might come off and be unsafe. And they also intentionally left them clear so kids could see what they were going to eat.

  218. I subscribe!

  219. No color or dyes means environmentally friendly!

    Nyssa AT concentric DOT net

  220. they received an award from the national parenting center in 2004!!

    elkesten at yahoo dot com

  221. What a great idea and product! I love the see-through idea, the velcro, the safe plastic, the no-ink, the fact that it’s totally reusable/washable. And hearing that part of the future profits will possibly be given to children and environmental projects in the future is a good idea to boot. Thanks for a fun giveaway.

  222. They do not add color to their products and give back to environmental organizations.

  223. subscriber

  224. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go

  225. They did not add color or embossed logos to the bags to reamin as earth friendly as possible.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  226. Thanks for offering this contest. Hope we win.

  227. I learned that the company won a National Parenting award for their product!

    Katie
    showbizkp[at]gmail[dot]com

  228. I follow you!

    Katie
    showbizkp[at]gmail[dot]com

  229. I learned that they don’t contain BPA!

  230. Their vision is to reduce waste. Thanks for the chance to win!

  231. I love the non-toxic plastic that they uise instead of fabric now- we have the fabric wrap n mats, but they get kind of grungy.

  232. The first prototypes were made in 2004 from fabric.

  233. I entered the Oh Plah giveaway at Go Graham Go.

  234. I stumbled (quelleheure4)

  235. I have your < HREF="http://bloggytreasures.blogspot.com/" REL="nofollow">button<>

  236. I’m a follower!

  237. I learned that Crystal hopes that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Packs to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations.

  238. Anonymous says:

    mom invented, that’s awesome!

    salamanderstarr@hotmail.com

  239. Have embossed images, very nice.

  240. I learned that they were even concerned about ink dyes used in other snack bags that were never tested for safety with regards to contact with food. They make snack bags that are dye-free. Thanks!

    lmarston(at)yahoo(dot)com

  241. I’m an email subscriber. Thanks!

    lmarston(at)yahoo(dot)com

  242. I like that they tested the product on their own family. That says a lot about their confidence in the product.
    cmflan122@gmail.com

  243. I learned that they can stand up or have an enclosed placemat, so they are easy for kids to use.

  244. What a great idea. I learned that they were mom invented and last a very long time. sharonaquilino(at)hotmail(dot)com

  245. I learned that fabric ink and finishing are not approved for food contact.

  246. I’m a subscriber

  247. Crystal hopes that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations.

  248. i entered the oh plah at go graham

  249. I thought it was cool that you can wrap it around the handle of a stroller or grocery cart.

  250. The creator has a bachelor of fine arts degree

  251. follower

  252. To be as Earth friendly as possible they have intentionally decided to not add color or logos to the bags but have chosen to emboss the images instead. garrettsambo@aol.com

  253. I learned that the first prototypes created in 2004 (they received an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004) were fabric and then nylon.

  254. I’m a subscriber!

  255. Crystal hopes that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations.

    zestywonderland@gmail.com

  256. I subscribe & follow!

    zestywonderland@gmail.com

  257. They received an award from the National Parenting Center in 2004 ๐Ÿ™‚

  258. I found out that Crystal hopes that through the sales of the Fresh Snack Pack to be able to give back to the community through donations to children’s and environmental organizations.

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