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Posted on 8:57pm Thursday 17th May 2012
The reusable and eco-friendly bags from Envirosax are just getting more and more popular in the family. Perfect for keeping all the gear together. My daughter puts her bookbag and lunchbag in hers every morning and I throw in all the stuff I may need during the day in mine. We also borrow each others for variety (or to better match my outfit). They are also great for weekend outings, shopping trips and sleep-overs.
Posted on 8:30pm Monday 16th Jan 2012
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15% off all Stainless Steel bottles
If any of your new year’s resolutions were to get fitter, drink more water or lead a greener life style then, if you are not already a converted user of Stainless Steel Bottles, here are some good reasons to treat yourself to a good looking and safe bottle.
Don’t Refill your disposable water bottle
Here at My Friendly Lunchbox we love (and only sell) stainless steel bottles.
Posted on 8:41pm Monday 28th Nov 2011
My Friendly Lunchbox has many fun, useful and exciting products in stock that we think would make great gifts for your loved ones this year.
Most products are light weight and small, which make them ideal to post or take with you. Our reusable products also have a lighter carbon footprint AND will go lighter on your budget as many items are under £10.00, here are a few:
Posted on 11:20pm Wednesday 24th Aug 2011
Not long now and we will be back to packing lunches again, for ourselves and our children. More and more schools around the country are urging us to go waste free, which means less disposable containers and food wrapping. My Friendly Lunchbox specialize in reusable lunch box products and one of their most popular products is called the Food Kozy. It is a reusable food wrapper from the US company Kids Konserve whose innovative and sustainable products are changing the way Americans take lunch to school and work. In the run up to back to school we have created a list that compares the Food Kozy with cling film in the hope that more families will ditch the use of cling film and plastic food bags this coming term.