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Snack Sacks Review

Snack Sacks Review

Snack Sacks are reusable snack bags that are great to take along wherever you go!  Made out of cute fabrics and lined with food-friendly material, you can reuse these over and over.  You can choose from Snack Sacks (5 3/4″ square), Sandwich Sacks (6 1/2 x 7″), Car Trash Sacks (8×10″ with a handle), and Card Holders (5 1/4 x 4 1/4″).  They are even machine washable.

Snack Sacks Review

I love the style, practicality, and eco-friendliness of these adorable Snack Sacks!  I love that I don’t have to go through boxes of the little baggies you buy to store my son’s snacks.  I can reuse these Snack Sacks over and over again.  I love that they are machine washable (recommended to air dry!).  Our first use was at a funeral, unfortunately, and we wanted to keep our son as quiet and respectful as we possibly could – which requires a lot of treats.  Good ones.  So we loaded up some Cheetos in our Snack Sack and took it along.  Of course, those are messy, so I love that I can throw it into the washer and get it nice and clean before using it again.  I love the different sizes – although we have yet to use it for sandwiches (that will come!).  These will be perfect when our son starts school, too.  I’m saving money as well as doing my small part to help save our earth!  These are great and I would recommend them to everyone!

Snack Sacks Review

You can buy Snack Sacks from the Snack Sacks Facebook page.  The original Snack Sack retails for $3.50.

Disclosure: I received a selection of Snack Sacks in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.

steve mccuan

Friday 8th of February 2013

great for a treat anytime

Diana C

Wednesday 6th of February 2013

These are a great idea. I wonder if my hubby will go for it, I pack our lunches in the morning. I'm not sure he will remember to bring them back... :P Maybe I will convince him, since it is for the environment.

Denise Taylor-Dennis

Tuesday 5th of February 2013

I just started packing my son's lunch when he started a new school this year. I've been thinking I really need to get some of these.

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