Do you pack a school lunch? Here is some need to know information that could save you $$$

Does the cost of school lunches have you panicked?! Learn how to save 435 dollars a year simply by changing one thing!

Did you know that if you switched away from using disposable lunch-ware, such as plastic baggies and paper napkins, that you could save about $435 a year? Yep, our friends at ECOlunchbox did a study in 2009, that calculated the savings for a family that had two kids and one adult packing lunch five times a week.

At Abe’s Market they are focused on natural products that benefit the environment and your pocket book! They have a “soup-to-nuts” lunch-ware line that includes super cute bentos, sandwich boxes, snack containers, lunch bags and more, all of which are plastic-free and waste-free and that help you and your family avoid health risks associated with vinyl, plastic, lead and aluminum.

Here’s a top five list of eco-friendly school supplies that make it easy to go green this Back-to-School season! to clean, plastic-free lunch-ware.

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5. Eco Chic Furoshiki Bento Box Kit
The original eco lunchbag from Japan sewn from colorful fair trade textiles hand-printed by artisans using wooden blocks and wax batik techniques.
$69.99
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4. Oval + Cup
This super-classy 2-piece lunch set includes a large oval container plus a smaller cup that’s ideal for sauces, dips or other wet foods.
$25.99
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3. Three-In-One
With three nesting containers, this lunchbox is ideal for school lunches. Most kids pack a sandwich and two side dishes, this ensures their food won’t get mixed up!
$27.99
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2. Solo Cube
This is a classic reusable sandwich box, durable and light-weight, but without the plastic!
$40.00
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1. Blue Water Bento Lunch Kit
This is a fantastic leak-proof lunchbox without plastic! The silicone lid and the quirky screen-printed lunch bag are a crowd favorite.
$40.00
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Kara W

Who am I? Is it weird that the first thing that comes to my mind is Happy? No, I don’t believe I am one of the Seven Dwarfs, although happy is better than being Sneezy! After having my two children Kaphen (5), and Kyler (3), I lost myself somewhere between the diapers, parenting, and up all-nighters. Now that they are a little older, I have sorted out how to be a mom, a wife and ME! So who is “me”? .....

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