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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Snack Sack

I was given an opportunity to have one Snack Sack from Snack Taxi for free in return of my honest review.  I have never  heard of  their  company before but a friend shared an info about them.  Snack Taxi is a company that produces reusable snack bags like  snack sacks, sandwich sacks, produce sacks, napkin, sporks, and containers which is a very essential solution for work, school, travel, and outdoor adventures.  This is better than using  plastic to put your kids snack to school.  You save in the long run by buying  this products as you can use them over and  over again.
Their products are machine washable and they are made from materials that doesn't contain lead.  All of their products I mentioned above are available in  different designs and colors.  With this reusable bags, we can keep many numbers of plastic bags out of the waste stream.  So if you support eco-friendly products like these, check out their selection by  visiting the link above.  Thank you so much Snack Taxi for the snack sack you gave  me for FREE!

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joy said...

congrats kababayan. You are a lucky girl:)

Aggie said...

I love this idea! We are trying to go green and this is a great idea to start with and my kids will love using them too!

Techie She said...

sounds like a great product, rose. i use ziploc bags for my baby's snack whenever we go out but i might check this one out too. thanks for sharing. hope i'll have a chance to review products like this in the future. :-)

Sheryl of Georyl.com

tatess said...

Very eco friendly. Unlike the plastic, this one can be use many times and safe for children

Dhemz Apdian - Dias said...

great review...sana dinalawa mo sis...ehehehe!

Jay Lacson said...

Congratulations! Your hard work has finally paid-off!

Ruben Licera, Jr. said...

Oh!!you're very lucky that you had received those snack sack for free!!

Pepper said...

I won't say no to something as cute and environment-friendly as that :).

Catherine Tabal said...

Wow!!ang galing naman nakakuha ka nang free ...I think you use it already!!

momgen said...

Oh you are also like me a reviewer hehhe good to know. I started also doing it since August 2012. It's really fun...I have like that too but its purple and I did not like the color but its useful...

Momgen Reviews

Herbert Kikoy said...

I wonder if this stuff is being hand out to passengers here in the philippines ;D

Cacai M. said...

Ooh that's a good sack for snack out there Manang Rose. I sure like to get one of that when my little one will going to school. I used to make sandwich for hubby when we don't have our mini yet, maybe sometimes I can make him one and of course to get this one too for him. :)

Mary Anne Vinzon said...

That's a good thing,we use snack sack which is eco-friendly rather than many plastics.It looks neat and clean to put on that snack sack the food of the kids.

♥peachkins♥ said...

love that color of that snack sack!

Gene said...

It's amazing how people get innovative with the usual products. I don't sew but this looks like an easy thing to make. In the meantime, we make use of our square lunchboxes to pack sandwiches.

MaiThreeBoyz said...

that's really a great eco-friendly product, sis. so glad you got one for free.

Liza said...

Ang cute naman nito. Have a fabulous week.

Liz @ YACB

Cafe au lait said...

This is cute!

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Annesphamily said...

A very good Blue Monday share! Always happy to stop by and say hi! Have a good week! Come visit me soon!

lencilicious said...

lucky woman. Free stuffs are cool like this one.

The Purple Doll said...

Oooh.. I never thought such a product actually existed :D Would love to have a snack sack for myself too.

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