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Send your kids to daycare and school with our snack pouch. It promotes reuse and will help keep countless single-use plastic bags out of landfills. It is also a great alternative to fabric snack bags, which can breakdown and get soiled with frequent use. This snack pouch is easy to close and open thanks to its nifty tab closures. Simply rinse clean and dry and they are ready for the next day. Perfect for crackers, fruits or veggies, and many other tasty treats.
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Kids love it, easy to open, easy to close. Stays closed and great for snacking and traveling. Fun colors :)Published 16 days ago by dhyan25
Great quality silicone bags-great way to go green without wasting plastic bags which contribute to our landfill! Love the colors!Published 3 months ago by amazon lover
I love this pouch. It can be used for a lot of different goodies, but what prompted me to buy it was that I needed something to put homemade oatmeal bars in for my son's daycare... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
These are terrific substitutes for the ziploc snack baggies. We send these to day care with our toddler every day. Read morePublished 10 months ago by BLR
Bought this to keep my baby bites handy for my flat diaper clutch. However, it traps micro fibre easily & e sides torn on me when I tried to wash it inside out :( otherwise,it was... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Carino Chua
I bought it because I wanted an alternative to plastic containers for my 6-yr old daughter's snacks (cookies, crackers, nuts) she takes every day to school. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Helen H.