I’ve long admired Fluf lunch bags; obsessed with them is the better term. With their whimsical designs and quirky art pedigree with designs from New York City-Based, celebrity artist Matthew Langille, it’s always a good sign when I want something for myself as much as for my son.
Fluf Lunch Bags offer the best of both worlds. They’ve got all the cache of a “grown up” lunch bag with none of the waste. And with all the waste caused by disposable baggies, it’s really a no-brainer. The good news is that the company has just introduced three new styles by artist Nina Jones of Jonesy (available for pre-order) to their already drool-worthy lineup of cool baggies.
A seriously cool giveaway and a special preview of the 3 new bags after the click…
Created by two savvy women out of Toronto, the Fluf cloth lunch bags are made using the highest standards with 100% certified organic cotton and a removable EVA (PVC free) liner. All that sunstainability and eco-liciousness. I guess they’re working off the premise that if looks good, it will taste good. Hopefully, the kids will feel the same way about that veggie burger you packed.
>>WIN IT! Tell us your most creative kids lunch that you’ve packed to date and you could win one of the three new styles!
CONGRATS TO ANN P. ON HER WIN!