SnackTAXI was invented in 2003 by a mom of three named Erin. She was overwhelmed with the amount of plastic baggies she was using to pack her kid’s lunches and wanted to create something to cut back on the trash. She also wanted to make high quality, affordable products to reduce waste and be more Earth friendly, this is where SnackTAXI was born.
SnackTAXIs are reusable bags that are:
BPA, Phthalates, and Lead Free
Made in the USA-Massachusetts actually
If you have children, or even if you don’t, and you pack lunches for work or school everyday, then you know how many of those handy little plastic bags get used, and then thrown away, every day. A lot! That’s a lot of trash in the local landfill and a lot of money spent, too. Thanks to Snack Taxi, there is another option, one that is a lot more eco-friendly and just as easy!
I was very impressed about how well made they are; all the seams are perfect and not one string is hanging; I loved the craftsmanship of these; They are the perfect size for a Toddler or even a Tween to take lunch and snack to school or pre-school; just make sure they don’t toss it.. The Velcro was very well attached and closes easily and tight; the only thing I would suggest that they add a name tag somewhere on the Snack taxi’s so it will be easier for the kids to identify them or even if they would have been left behind in the lunchroom, everyone would know who this Snack taxi belongs to; other than that I’m very pleased with this product; a wonderful idea from a Mom for a Mom.
SnackTAXI not only carries Sandwich Sacks, but Snack Sacks, Napkins, Bags, and more, all environmentally helpful and kind. They have a huge selection of boys, girls, and neutral designs and colors too. Help out your lunchboxes and trash by checking out SnackTAXI.
One of my reader’s will win a SnackTAXI Snack Sack of their own. Enter Below and Good Luck!
Disclosure: I received this product in exchange for an honest review, And in no way does that affect my views. The views and opinions on the stated product(s) are 100% my own. In accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255:”Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”