Sunday, August 31, 2008

Konservation Never Looked So Good

Most of us have taken our lunch to school, to work, or to play. Countless plastic bags have been tossed, aluminum foil thrown out, juice boxes and bottled beverages trashed without hesitation. Did you know that 80% of the 25 billion single use water bottles end up in a landfill? Kids Konserve has designed a reusable, waste-free lunch kit with the purpose of reducing the amount of landfill waste that we make. The set includes a recycled cotton sack that resembles a lunch bag with a great hook and loop closure top, a generous organic cotton napkin, 16 oz. stainless steel beverage bottle with a screw top, food kozy, and two stainless steel food containers. Perfect for teaching your children to "konserve" early on. Designed for children, I think it's the perfect size for mom and dad on the go, or anyone else wishing to reduce their footprint. Did you know that 3.5 billion pounds of garbage are created each year from children's lunches? Next time you grab a brown bag for your lunch, consider that it took a 15 year old tree to produce 700 bags. Stop by and help make a difference.

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