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Reduce Reuse Recycle: Green Your Lunchbox May 29 2012, 0 Comments
Kids lunch boxes can be the worst offenders when it comes to waste. But a few simple changes can help you green your lunchbox. Swap disposable plastic baggies for BPA-free, reuseable lunch containers. Use cloth napkins instead of paper. Only pack what you really think your kids will eat to minimize food waste.
A Few Reasons Why We Need to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Did you know...
On average, Americans use 20 million plastic baggies a day.
100,000 sea turtles (and other marine life) die each year by ingesting plastic bags.
According to the EPA, each child generates 67 pounds of waste each year.
Packing a bag free lunch saves over $2000 per year.
You and your kids can make a difference with a few easy changes and by keeping the 3 Rs in mind: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!
INFOGRAPHIC: The Road to Healthy Eating April 05 2012, 1 Comment
The road to healthy eating is fun and easy when you know your way! Use this map to put your kids in the healthy eating drivers seat and let them make their own healthy choices. Enjoy the ride! For a free printable version of this map click here to download.
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A free printable too!
For a free printable of Crunch a Color's road to healthy eating, click here to download.