Go Waste Free with Mimi the Sardine, Fabkins, and LunchBots!

Let’s start with the facts: The average school aged child generates an estimated 67 pounds of lunchbox waste per year. With on average 25 million children carrying lunch to school daily, that means 3.5 billion pounds of lunchbox garbage is generated each year in America.

We can shake the waste cycle! Mimi the Sardine has teamed up with Bay Area neighbors Fabkins and LunchBots to make the ultimate waste-free lunchkit, helping you keep paper napkins, plastic bags, and single-serving foods out of our oceans and landfills. Our kits include a lunchbug, 2 Fabkins napkins (organic cotton), and 2 stainless steel LunchBots (snack and sandwich sizes). This little kit is lightweight and features the eco-friendly lunch alternatives leading brands, and you save 25% by buying them as a kit!  Find them here.

  • Mimi the Sardine’s “Lunchbug” tote in cute, kid-friendly designs with organic fabric that is easy to clean: just wipe, or machine-wash and tumble dry on low. Equipped with a sturdy zipper and soft handles, children and adults alike fall in love with the fun and colorful patterns in eco-friendly and non-toxic fabric.
  • 2 Lunchbots’ stainless steel containers that are food-safe, eco-friendly, and durable. The LunchBots Uno is perfect for packing a sandwich, sushi, burrito or any favorite lunch entrée and the Lunchbots Pico is the ideal size for snacks and sides, including a handy divider for crackers and cheese, fruit and nuts, and more.
  • 2 cloth napkins from Fabkins in colorful, kid-friendly embroidered designs. Made of 100% certified organic cotton, Fabkins are perfectly sized for kids’ laps and lunchboxes, and include a sewn-in label with space to write your child’s name. Each napkin in this kit has a different design from the same theme.
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