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Green Product Review: Kids Konserve Signature Waste-Free Lunch Kit

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Kids Konserve offers eco-friendly school lunch packaging solutions for parents. Their eco-friendly Signature Waste-Free Lunch Kit that can take the place of plastic lunch boxes, plastic snack and sandwich bags, and throwaway drink boxes.

As a parent I’ve always hated having to toss away all the waste from my child’s school lunches. A mental picture built in my head with every tossed plastic sandwich bag and thrown-away juice box: I saw mountains of waste growing with each school lunch.

Kids Konserve offers a 100% cotton lunch sack with a handy velcro closure and a drawstring to carry it conveniently. Across the front of the lunch sack is a footprint, a simple reminder to each of us to reduce our carbon footprint by treading more lightly on our earth.

In addition to the cotton lunch sack, they offer a fabric food kozy that can be used instead of a plastic bag to hold your child’s sandwich securely. They also offer food-grade stainless steel containers with leakproof lids that can be used to hold yogurt, pudding, fruit, crackers, or other snacks. The containers come in a variety of sizes depending on what you want to use them for. And there is a stainless steel beverage bottle to replace drink pouches and drink boxes, with the same signature footprint on the front.

I found all of the products from Kids Konserve to be very well made. The containers really were leakproof, holding yogurt and applesauce safely in the lunch sack. They come in a variety of patterns and styles, if you don’t want the green footprint. You can even purchase each component separately if you don’t want to buy all of the items.

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About Ellen Christian

Ellen is a busy mom of two teenagers who left the corporate world in 2008 to focus on a more eco-friendly life. She lives in rural Vermont where she juggles family, two blogs and a career in social media. You can find her at http://www.confessionsofanover-workedmom.com/ and http://the-socialites-closet.blogspot.com/.