September 04, 2012

Back To School Giveaway

Annie’s Homegrown, Stonyfield YoKids, Honest Kids and Seventh Generation have teamed up for the second consecutive year to help curb lunchtime waste by offering families free Kids Konserve reusable lunch sacks this back-to-school season. The re-useable lunch sacks are washable, made of recycled cotton and eliminate a great deal of waste that would otherwise occur from the use of daily paper or plastic lunch bags.

Through Oct. 31, 2012, with the purchase of products from partner companies, families will receive a free Kids Konserve lunch sack. Eligible products include: 

»   Any Annie’s Homegrown item
»   Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt 6-packs or Squeezers
»   Honest Kids Organic Drinks 8-pack carton or 64-ounce bottle
»   Seventh Generation Disinfectants (sprays or wipes)

These are some of my favorite products and Annie's would love to share them with a lucky Coupon Kitchen reader! Enter the giveaway to win a lunch sack filled with coupons for 4 FREE products from the companies listed above. 

HOW TO ENTER: Leave a comment below with tips you have for a waste-free lunch or let me know what your child's favorite lunch box item is. The giveaway will end on September 11th at 5pm. Remember to leave your email so I may contact you if you are the winner. Good luck!


momandsons said...

My son loves sushi in his lunch. We have ton of reusable containers and he also has cloth napkin and spoon he takes to school.

thomas betsy 2 at gmail dot com

Sarah Smith said...

Caroline loves a cheese stick! She has a wipe able mat that we carry with a fork, spoon, and bib so that we don't have waste every meal!

Michelle L said...

We buy in bulk and use bento boxes. My daughters favorites so far are tortilla's with peanut butter and banana's as well as frozen Yo Kids squeezers


Anonymous said...

We use reusable water bottles and containers to save on waste. And my son will eat anything! So everything is his favorite, but granola bars or the squeezable applesauce are a special treat for him!

kbencker at att dot net

Jess said...

I've been saving the plastic baby food jars to use in my daughter's lunchbox (she just started kindergarten). They are the perfect size for baby carrots, pretzels, goldfish, etc. She just brings them home, we wash them out and use them again.
We'd love to win!
jessicalamken at gmail dot com

Unknown said...

We use tupperware that has a fork/spoon in the lid and buy in bulk, making our own individual servings. A lunchbox favorite is homemade trail mix with cereal, raisins, pretzels, almonds, and dry roasted edamame!

Lee Danley said...

My daughter is a huge yogurt fan! Chobani and Stoneyfield too her list of favorites :).

Anonymous said...

We use freezer bags for snacks-they are thick enough to be rinsed and used over; we love to use things and try to re-purpose as much as possible!

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