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Reusable Sandwich & Snack Bags

I picked up another reusable sandwich bag and I found myself explaining to another customer that she should consider buying two to start so she can alternate them. I didn’t tell her she might become never use plastic bags again and may find herself owning about 7 reusable bags because there could be days she packs a bread, tomato and lettuce and bacon in three bags so she can have a BLT. I also did not give her a Lunch It Punch It card because that might really put me over the edge.

While I’ve tried several brands, I find myself returning to SnackTaxi. I find myself returning to SnackTaxi. I like the size, the materials, how well they’ve held up and the patterns of the fabric – my latest gives tips! I’ve also been looking at the sandwich bag, which is bigger than the snack bag and thinking it would be perfect for non-food like holding my dental floss, chapstick, nail file, pain reliever and other such items in my desk drawer.

If you’re interested in reading the reviews of four brands, please visit the links below. There are several more brands available that I have not tried.

Fresh Snack Packs

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  • bladerunner5 August 25, 2012, 11:21 pm

    We’ve got probably a dozen large and small bags from a couple of different brands. I can use three in a single lunch sometimes, and he takes both lunch and dinner to work most days. For most things, I like the ReUsies. For really soft bread, I like the structure of the Snack Taxi. I also have one (I’ve forgotten the brand name) that’s supposed to hold a sandwich, but what I like about it is that it’s a fold-up placemat. It’s come in handy when I’m at all-day events in weird places where I can’t even count on having a table, much less a clean plate for my food. I can just wipe off the placemat or even fold up any drips and crumbs, and just take care of it when I get home.

  • Pamela September 29, 2012, 8:24 pm

    I also use reuseit bags and love them. Recycle when possible, and bought some for my daughter. Love your post.