Block Party Giveaway: Mama Goes Green – LunchBots and LunchSkins

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Welcome to the Simple Living Media Summer Block Party! We’ve got 20 giveaways across the entire network this week to give you plenty of chances to win!

This giveaway is now closed.  The Winner will be announced on July 4th!  Thanks to everyone who entered.

We are celebrating this sizzling season with some hot giveaways! Our friend and virtual neighbor Mama Goes Green is kicking off the block party by giving Simple Kids readers a chance to win a wonderful gift package.

If you’ve been reading Simple Kids for a while then you know that we are big fans of eco-friendly lunch containers. My family has been using LunchBots stainless steel reusable containers and Lunchskins reusable bags as an alternative to plastic.

These containers have been traveling with us on family outings, long car trips, and, of course, in our lunchboxes.

I appreciate that they are dishwasher safe (top rack), are healthier than using plastic containers for food storage, and that I don’t have to spend money buying plastic baggies or lunch containers.

They are stylish, with a simple design that appeals to grown-ups as well as kids. The lids of the LunchBots are bright and colorful with a non-VOC finish. The lids fit tightly on the containers, too (though I wouldn’t use them for liquid storage).

The Lunch Skins are made from a German fabric that is certified as food safe in the US and Europe.  They are hand-sewn, well made, durable and bpa, lead, and phthalate free.  I may never buy plastic baggies again!


The Giveaway

Our generous sponsor Mama Goes Green is  giving away a HUGE lunch package of eco-friendly containers!  One lucky Simple Kids reader is going to win:

  • 1 Lunch Skins reusable cloth sandwich bag
  • 1 Lunch Skins reusable cloth snack bag
  • 1 LunchBots stainless steel Pico container - 5.5″ x 4″ x 1.5″  with 2 compartments
  • 1 LunchBots stainless steel Uno container -6.25″ x 4″ x 1.75″  with 1 compartment
  • 1 LunchBots stainless steel Duo container - 6.25″ x 4.5″ x 1.75″ with 2 compartments
  • 1 LunchBots stainless steel Eco container - 7″ x 5.5″ x 2″with 1 compartment

How to Win

Everyone has three chances to win. Choose one or all three!

1. Comment on this post, and answer this question: Join in the block party!  Share with Simple Kids readers your child’s favorite lunch item and how you would use this eco-friendly lunch container gift package.

2. Follow @SimpleKids and @MamaGoesGreen on Twitter and tweet about the giveaway. Be sure to come back and leave a separate comment with the link to your tweet.

3. Subscribe to Simple Kids by email or in your feed reader. Leave a separate comment letting me know you’re subscribed.

This giveaway will end at 11:59 pm EST on June 30, 2010 and is open to commenters 18 years or older. We’ll use Random.org to choose winners on July 4th! I hope you win! Giveaway now closed.  Thank you!

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About Kara

Kara Fleck is the editor of Simple Kids. She is a small town mama, writer, knitter, bookworm, and hooligan. Kara lives in Indiana with her husband Christopher and their four children Jillian, Max, Lucy, and Amelia. You can find more of her writing at KElizabethFleck.com.

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Comments

  1. Kirstin says:

    I would use these for long car trips, swim meets, and my daughter’s breakfast and lunch. Her favorite lunch is crackers and cheeese.

  2. Kirstin says:

    I subscribe with Goggle Reader.

  3. Blessed Mom says:

    My children are still young and not yet in school, but I would definitely use the Lunch Skins for snacks when were are out and about. I would use the Lunch Bots for my husband who takes a peanut butter, applebutter, walnut, banana sandwhich every day to work.

  4. I have two HUNGRY little ones. I always pack snacks while we’re out and about, but I have to pack them in plastic containers. LOVE the skins-what a great way to pack snacks!

  5. i definitely would use the sandwich lunch skin to take my lunch to work.
    .-= tacy´s last blog ..A Simple Quiche Recipe =-.

  6. i’m an rss subscriber!

  7. danielle says:

    i would use the lunch skins for various quesadillas and sandwiches we make. the lunch containers would likely contain fruits and yogurt.

  8. danielle says:

    i am already a subscriber via google reader

  9. danielle says:

    i am now following simplekids on twitter.

  10. Jennifer says:

    I subscribe via e-mail!

  11. Jennifer says:

    I tweeted “Mama Goes Green Eco-Friendly Lunch Giveaway Package! Lunchbots and Lunch Skins! Enter here: http://bit.ly/bQ505L @simplekids @mamagoesgreen”

    http://twitter.com/KnitGirlJ

  12. Favorite lunch item – edamame!

    I would use these for my sweet little 2 year old’s lunch.

    Thank you!

  13. I subscribe via email.

    Thank you!

  14. I subscribe via reader.

  15. My kids love PB and J, so this would be ideal for my kids lunches!

  16. Love lunchbots. We could definitely use some more reusable lunch supplies around here!

  17. I am really big on waste-free lunch – have loved my laptop lunches! – but i’d also love to move away from the plastic, so these products are really exciting to me! My kids love apples with PB for dipping and tortellini with pesto.

  18. I’m a subscriber!

  19. I subscribe

  20. My 3-year-old’s favorite item for any meal is definitely cheese. :) Initially, though, I’m thinking about this lunchbox set as a great boon to my husband– we’re trying to get him to eat less and eat out less. What a classy way to bring food to work!

  21. I tweeted it! Not sure how to link to a tweet but I’m at: http://twitter.com/NicoleakaGidget
    .-= Nicole aka Gidget´s last blog ..A Summer Cold lame-o- and Refashioning T-shirts =-.

  22. MichelleH says:

    We love pretzels and hummus as a side. My three kids would love to use these for picnic lunches in the park.

  23. MichelleH says:

    I’m an email subscriber.

  24. I would use this for my husband’s lunches since my kids dont go to school yet. I would just hope he will bring it back home! I usually pack leftovers or a quick sandwich for him and they would also be great for snack packs to put in the diaper bag too!

  25. Subscribed via email, love the daily posts

  26. These look great enough to convince my “I’m too old to take a lunchbox to school” teenager to actually using re-usables!

  27. Following @simplekids and @mamagoesgreen, tweeted at http://twitter.com/3ebees/status/17460895078

  28. I just signed up via RSS.

  29. Just tweeted! Second time! https://twitter.com/eire2007

  30. Awesome prize! I would use the baggies for dried fruit (faves are mango and cranberries), containers for leftovers or for a reliable favorite of my 3.5 y.o. son–thin corn cakes with sunflower butter.

  31. I am also a subscriber!

  32. toasted cheese sandwhich

  33. My child loves blueberries and I’d use these every day because right now I use a lot of plastic bags.

  34. Emily Jochim says:

    hummus with veggies! i’d use these when my baby girl and i go on outings to save myself from needing to buy food out!

  35. My sweet five year will love to have one for her lunch. Our roll-up sandwiches would be perfect in one!
    .-= Keilah´s last blog ..Seven Year Itch =-.

  36. Emily Jochim says:

    subscribed!!!

  37. I am a subscriber via email
    .-= Keilah´s last blog ..Seven Year Itch =-.

  38. I subscribe!

  39. My daughter’s favorite lunch items are raisins, so the reusable bags would be perfect!

  40. This gift package would be perfect for packing up some peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, string cheese and grapes and heading to the park for a little picnic with my daughter!
    .-= Kayla´s last blog ..Garden pals =-.

  41. I subscribe by email!
    .-= Kayla´s last blog ..Garden pals =-.

  42. Veggies and pita with a dip like hummus would work great in a container with 2 compartments.

  43. These sound useful, and I’d like to give them a try!

  44. Peanut butter and honey are a favorite. Our current variation is peanut butter, honey and banana wraps.

  45. These look so good, I would use them for my own lunch at law school. And the favorite lunch item here is fruit salad with honey and lemon juice. Yum!

  46. I tweeted here: http://twitter.com/seasicksmurf151/statuses/17462932913 and follow both now!

  47. And lastly, I subscribe via Vienna, a great feed reader.

  48. Angie Costanzo says:

    I subscribe via email!
    thanks!
    Angie

  49. Stephanie says:

    My daughter likes cold (cooked) broccoli and also enjoys edamame. Both would work great in the lunch skins or the lunchbots. Currently, I use waxed parchment bags in place of plastic sandwich bags as much as possible, but they rip kind of easy and they still are disposable. I would love to use the skins and bots for my family. It would be great for the park.

  50. I’m a subscriber in Google reader

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