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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Review and Giveaway: SnackTaxi

Back in February I got hooked up with SnackTaxi by Business2Blogger. SnackTaxi sent me a bulk/produce sack, a sandwich-sack, a snack-sack, and a twice-as-nice napkin to try out. I have spent the last month and half sending them to school with my kids, taking them to the park, and throwing them in the washing machine.


I have a shelf full of reusable lunch and snack things, so I am all too aware that after the first use or two the flaws in the products come out. I am pretty happy to report that I still love them.

The snack-sack got sent to school daily. If the kids decided they wanted something else I rinsed it out, was dry by morning, and ready to go. Until a yogurt in the lunch box with it exploded that was all I did to keep it clean. Then I threw it in the washer/dryer, and was ready to go.

The sandwich-sack was really interesting. Many of the other sandwich products I have used are not suitable to use with rolls rather than just bread, but the sandwich-sack was absolutely large enough. Which in and of itself was pretty cool. But then a few weeks ago a neighbor and I went to the park. After the kids were done eating her dog was thirsty. I grabbed the sandwich-sack and she poured some water in it - ta da! Doggy bowl. Into the washer/dryer that went that night, and still looked great. This also got used to large snacks on car trips when I needed enough to feed the whole family.

The twice-as-nice napkin were just what it should be - usable, absorbent and washed up well. My kids loved that it matched the sandwich-sack, and the pattern on both and were totally willing to use it. The bulk/produce sack, was good to use. I ended up hand knotting the top when I had the room, but would have liked an attached closure. Still, it was small enough to be easy to grab when I went to the store.

Now the nice people at snackTaxi were nice enough to provide me with a snack-sack and a sandwich-sackin adorable patterns for me to give away!

Want to win it? Head over to the SnackTaxi website and comment here with a product you like.

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Giveaway Rules:
1. Giveaway is open to those with a US mailing address only.
2. Winner will be chosen by random.org and notified via email - (please make sure to either have your email address visible on your profile or leave it in the comment).
3. Winner will be asked to respond with full contact information within 48 hours of being notified. Failure to do so will result in another winner being picked.


Entries will be accepted until May 5th 2010. Winner will be announced May 6th 2010. Good luck!

SnackTaxi provided me with the products to review and giveaway. No additional compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

4 comments:

Lindsay said...

How could I not enjoy the "retro mushrooms sandwich-sack"- What a fantastic idea!! Practical and reusable.

Lindsay said...

Got my tweet on to spread the word on this great giveaway!
http://twitter.com/coffee_tree

Lindsay
www.etsy.com/shop/coffeetree
www.coffeetreeart.com
www.twitter.com/coffee_tree

Woogie said...

Love them all... but the ytwice is nice napkin in the espresso/owl print is freaking adorable!!!! (I like the fabrics- they have cute and quirky choices!) The sandwich snacks do seem a lot more generous than your average reusable, too. I always think these places have kids that eat like birds compared to mine! My son eats like a bottomless pit! We need BIG bags!!!

Woogie said...

ok, facebook friended them. Looking at it as a fundraiser, now, too!

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