Snacking Goes Green! 5 Options For Reusable Snack Bags

by in Environmentally Friendly

As moms we are constantly toting little baggies of snacks. Be it crackers, grapes, cheerios or carrot sticks for little fingers. Even in pregnancy I had a multitude of snacks with me at any given time. I couldn’t leave the house without a baggie of almonds. So why not ditch the plastic and carry the snacks in a reusable snack baggie?

Below are 5 funky options to stave off hunger while reducing the number of plastic baggies being thrown out. The features all have in common are that they are fabric made, generally with a waterproof or resistant layer, are washable and reusable.

Snacking Goes Green!  5 Options For Reusable Snack Bags

  1. ACME Bags Snack Bag and Stuff Sack – These stuff-sack style bags are made from 50% recycled post-consumer content (recycled plastic bottles and containers. Draw-string and barrel-lock closure. Made with fair wages/fair labor practices. Retails for $4.95
  2. Green Street (Etsy artisan) Snack Sack – Hand-made with 100% cotton in funky prints and lined with water-resistant nylon. Velcro closure. Gusseted bottom so that the baggie can stand on its own and remain open! Machine washable. Retails for $6.50
  3. Itzy Ritzy Snack Happened Snack Bags – FDA approved! The colorful bags are made from a variety of 100% cotton prints with a PVC-free waterproof lining. Lead-free zippered closure. Machine washable. Retails for $9.95
  4. Planet Wise Wet Bag – A colorful cotton outer hides a PVC-free waterproof lining. Lead-free locking zippered closure – it won’t open unless you unzip it. Smallest size retails for $9.50
  5. snackTAXI Snack Bag – These little bags are PVC free and sport a variety of funky prints. Flap closure with Velcro. Made in the USA. Retails for $6.95

Skip the plastic baggies next time your at the store, and stock up on a few reusable bags instead. Be green in your snacking!

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I am a mum, wife, friend, and student. A lover of books and walks, sewing, knitting, museums, art galleries and playing games. I whole-heartedly support breastfeeding, babywearing and cloth-diapering and know that there are many different parenting paths to walk!

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