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Let’s Do Lunch: 15 Cute & Convenient Reusable Snack Bags

Posted by on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:48 AM
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While you might not have the patience for packing Pinterest-perfect bento boxes, you at least know that plastic baggies are sooo last year. Both eco-friendly and economical, check out these cute, clever and reusable snack sacks that they’ll reach for again and again.

What type of reusable snack bags does your family use? Did we miss your favorite? Let us know below!

 

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by Bronze Member on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:48 AM
Lily Pie Baby
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Lily Pie Baby

Perfect for preschoolers, these 4”x6” sacks feature an easy to use velcro closure with pull tabs to help even the tiniest of fingers open the bag. The food-safe, FDA-approved nylon interior is easy to wipe clean and can be tossed in the top rack of the dishwasher for stickier situations.
Cost: Three for $12
Online: etsy.com

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by Bronze Member on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:48 AM
Skip Hop
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Skip Hop

Go wild and take your pick from a bee, dog, ladybug, monkey or owl theme for this adorable sandwich and snack bag set. The zip-top, stand-alone style is perfect for your tot to tote to the park, preschool, playground or plane.
Cost: $12
Online: skiphop.com

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by Bronze Member on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:49 AM
Hekkal & Hyde
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Hekkal & Hyde

In case you didn’t get the memo the first 100 times the teacher told you, their name needs to be on everything. Riffing off the “mail bag” aesthetic, this tasteful sammie sack won’t get lost in the shuffle and will keep things neatly in place with a ripstop nylon interior and velcro closure.
Cost: $9.50
Online: etsy.com

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by Bronze Member on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:49 AM
LunchSkins
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LunchSkins

These super cute bags are eco-friendly, of course, and completely dishwasher safe, making for maximum convenience when the kids come home from school. Available in a variety of cute prints and sizes ranging from snack to sandwich to sub (big enough to fit a slice of pizza!), the food-safe, quick-drying cotton fabric makes packing lunch a pleasure.
Cost: $7.85 – 10.95 per bag
Online: lunchskins.com

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by Bronze Member on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:49 AM
Recycle Your Lunch
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Recycle Your Lunch

And now we come to our least favorite part of back to school – the lunch making. You want to be environmentally friendly and pack reusable containers, but there’s only so many of those things you can shove into a lunch bag. Cue LA native Rachel Ostroy to the rescue with Neat-O’s. These baggies can be reused hundreds of times, let you see the contents without opening it, and can even be personalized with drawings or labels. They come in multiple sizes and all close with zippers, so you don’t have to worry about trying to scrape off dried food from velcro – yuck! With these awesome little gems, you might actually look forward to packing lunches every morning.
Get them online at: neat-os.com

Photo Credit: Neat-O’s

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by Bronze Member on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:49 AM
Piggledee
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Piggledee

Keep your cool with this insulated snack sleeve from Piggledee. Roomy enough to fit a small tub of yogurt, a piece of fruit and a mini reusable ice pack—this machine-washable tote will keep things from getting all melty and mushy.
Cost: $23
Online: etsy.com

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by Bronze Member on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:50 AM
Hustle Mama
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Hustle Mama

We love these dishwasher and laundry-safe snack sacks for their pretty prints and practicality. After making snack sacks for years, this crafty mama did away with the velcro for a won’t-get-stuck-in-the-laundry or wear-out style that doesn’t catch crumbs. The moisture-resistant, nylon interior is food-safe with none of the yucky stuff and is a roomy six by six inch size.
Cost: One for $4, Two for $7, Three for $10, or $21 for a set of six
Online: etsy.com

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by Bronze Member on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:50 AM
spbang

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spbang


The brilliant brainchild of an automotive industry vet, spbang’s made-in-Michigan reusable snack bags are crafted out of a food-safe, FDA approved waterproof material—making them as easy to clean and toss in the dishwasher as your basic Tupperware. Their roomy 7” by 7.5” inch size, easy envelope closure and cute colors make them a winner in our book.
Cost: $9.99
Online: spbang.com

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by Bronze Member on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:50 AM
Itzy Ritzy
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Itzy Ritzy

Itzy Ritzy’s cute and clever pouches had us at hello with their cheerful and on-trend prints. Sold in packs of two, these zip-top, machine-washable bags tout an FDA-approved, BPA-free, waterproof lining and come in either a standard 7” by 7” size or a 7” by 3.5” mini size.
Cost: $9.99
Online: itzyritzystore.com

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by Bronze Member on Aug. 12, 2014 at 12:50 AM
Abeego
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Abeego

For something unique and striking, order a few Abeego bags. They’re handcrafted with a blend of beeswax, tree resin, and jojoba oil infused into hemp and cotton fabric. This mix makes for a material that is slightly malleable at room temperature and stiffens when cool, so when you fold the bag it stays in whatever position you choose.
Cost: $11.00 – 15.00 per bag
Online: abeego.ca

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