Booginhead’s Pack’Ems Sustainable Snack Bags Review and Giveaway
Parents everywhere are looking for a healthier alternative to all of the sugar-loaded and preservative-filled premade snack packs available at the store. Pack’Ems Reusable Snack Bags are the simple solution!
They give parents a sustainable way to pack wholesome munchies for their little ones! Pack’Ems are perfectly cute, clever, recyclable, and reusable (which beats flimsy and throw away any day)!
They come in both large and small and feature a gusseted bottom for easy, stand-up design. They are easy to open and close with unique VELCRO brand Press-Lok™ patented material.
The best part is they are made of extra durable, environmentally friendly plastic that holds up through multiple washes and keeps food fresh longer. They are dishwasher-safe, easy-to-clean, BPA, PVC and phthalate-free!
When Dylan goes to preschool I usually pack his lunch in a ziplock bag, they tend to steam up and the sandwiches or food that I add sometimes goes wet and soggy, then he doesn’t want to eat it!
Pack’Ems have a large opening at the top which I really like, they aren’t flimsy and it’s easy to add food, then seal without anything falling out. I always like my children to use products that are as safe as possible and with Pack’Ems being BPA and PVC free this makes them so much better, I like the fact that they can be reused and the patterns are seriously cute!
A couple of Pack’Ems fit perfectly in my sons school backpack, they will super handy when he returns to preschool, they are also good for travelling and use as a little snack bag whenever your child gets hungry!
Pack’Ems will soon be available in Babies R Us but for now you can purchase directly from Booginhead Click Here!
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