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And our winner!

“We have had our bag since your first San Francisco Art Show….and we are not sure when that was…12 years ago? [Mimi’s note: most likely from the mid-90s] My husband has used it every weekend since we bought it for … Continue reading

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Our runner up in the Long-lasting Promise contest!

Let me introduce you to Khadija Anderson, who won “runner up” in our long-lasting promise contest for her apron entry!  So glad to hear her apron is still going strong. “I bought this Mimi The Sardine apron for my daughter … Continue reading

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New bug lunch sacks!

Check out our lunchsacks in the bug pattern – too cute!

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Back to school Blog Mania deems Mimi the Sardine a hit!

Recently, we’ve gotten a flood of love from the blogging community, which is gearing up for back to school! Our backpacks were called “the cutest backpack we’ve seen” in the 2010 EcoFabulous back-to-school guide.    BlogHer’s RookieMom said, “Cute patterns with … Continue reading

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Announcing our Long-lasting Promise Contest!

Hey Mimi fans, We always take a coffee break at 11 am here at Mimi the Sardine, in the true Swedish tradition (CEO/founder/my mom is Swedish, and so is our fabric!).  We were talking about how long-lasting our products are … Continue reading

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We love this beautiful blog!

We were lucky enough to meet our photographer (and her adorable kid) through a recent photo contest.  Since then, we’ve been following her wonderful blog, Avery and Augustine. Check out this recent lunchbug review that shows how much fits inside … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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