Did you know 58 million single-use plastic sandwich bags are used and discarded every year? With the amount of snacks my kids eat out of sandwich bags, I’m embarrassed to admit we contribute to this statistic. To make up for our carelessness, we are now using Ziptucks reusable storage bags in place of plastic storage bags whenever we can.
Ziptucks by Full Circle, are the best reusable bags I’ve ever used.
Each bag is BPA-Free and made from reusable FDA-Grade EVA material. Ziptucks come in a variety of designs and sizes for your every need. From storage to snack to sandwich, each bag is leak proof with air-tight ‘lock’ seal across the top. Reusable bags can be written on with a dry erase marker for easy labeling and fold flat for easy packing/storage.
Whenever we leave the house, I have to pack food for my girls. Does anyone else have kids who are instantly hungry as soon as the car starts? With Ziptuck reusable snack bags, I never have to worry that the snacks will dump out in my bag in transit because of the air-tight lock seal. My daughters LOVE the smaller Ziptuck Girl Hero bags for snacks on the go.
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Annabelle loves using the Ziptuck reusable lunch bags for preschool. She says the peanut butter and jelly sandwich stays soft and the apple slices stay crisp. Don’t worry about messes, because the bags are hand washable. I always wash them with warm water and soap as soon as Annabelle comes home from school and then place them upside-down to dry. Once the bags are dry, they lay flat and can be easily stored in Annabelle’s lunch box.
In an effort to teach my daughters to care more about our Earth, my family is making the transition from wasteful to eco-friendly by starting with our snack bags. There are many other uses for Ziptucks, such as storage for toiletries while traveling, creating an ice pack for a boo-boo, or even a place to keep your crayons!
What would you store in your Ziptuck Reusable Bags?
Thank you to Full Circle for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own!