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Celebrate National Snack Month with reusable snack bags

Celebrate National Snack Month with reusable snack bags from BooginHead.
Celebrate National Snack Month with reusable snack bags from BooginHead.

February is National Snack Month. Celebrate the occasion and help to preserve the environment with reusable snack bags introduced by BooginHead. Next time you’re ready to pack your kids’ lunch or snack, look to Pack’Ems and send your little loved ones off to school or sports with a healthy and delicious treat in a reusable snack bag.

Cute, clever and reusable, Pack’Ems are the perfect companion to your kids’ lunch and on-the-go snacks, and are also are a great solution to family travel, which beats flimsy and throw away any day. The reusable snack bags are available in both large and small sizes and feature a gusseted bottom for easy, stand-up design.

Pack’ Ems take little hands and the environment into consideration. The reusable snack bags are easy to open and close with the unique VELCRO® brand Press-Lok™ patented material, and are made of extra durable, environmentally friendly plastic that holds up through multiple washes and keeps food fresh longer.

What’s not to love with the dishwasher-safe, easy-to-clean, BPA, PVC and phthalate-free, reusable, recyclable and affordable snack bags that save time and money?

BooginHead products have been written about in this column when the brand first introduced Squeeze'ms reusable food pouches, and are a favorite of women with style such as celebrity moms Jessica Alba, Miranda Kerr, and Alicia Keys, to name a few.

Pack'Ems reusable snack bags are coming soon to a BabiesRUs store nearest you and are available at BooginHead.

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