Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Fun finds

I found these cute, reusuable sandwich and snack bags made by Happy-sacks. It's a nice substitute for all those plastice sandwich bags. They are a little pricey but can easily be cleaned either by rinsing out or throwing in the wash.
These are fabric rice and feed bags from Cambodia that can be used as a laundry bag or a wastebasket. You can find more envirmonmentally-friendly products at VivaTerra's website.

WeeGo glass baby bottles by Babylife
I found these bottles as an option for BPA-free. The glass bottles have a silicone sleeve that prevent breakage if bottles are dropped. This company is trying to make products as "green" and "safe" as possible. They also are commited to giving a portion of their profits to an environmental charity and an international children's fund.

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