August 23rd, 2011

Back-to-School Giveaway: Kids Konserve Reusable Lunch Sack

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Kids Konserve reusable lunch bag

We still have a few days to go before the school doors open for business and my list of “things to do” continues to grow.  High on the list is investing in a few quality reusables for school lunches. We have quite a few, but after years of wear and tear (think lots of crushed carrots and blueberries) there are a few that are ready to be replaced. If your are in the same boat then this GIVEAWAY could help you out.

Reusable lunch bag giveaway

Reusable lunch sack GIVEAWAY to FIVE (5) Groovy Green Livin Readers

Annie’s HomegrownStonyfield YoKidsHonest Kids, and Seventh Generation have teamed up to help families toss their brown bags this back-to-school season by  generously offering a FREE Kids Konserve lunch sack filled with coupons for FREE products to FIVE (5) lucky readers of Groovy Green Livin.  They are also offering a free Kids Konserve lunch sack with the purchase of participating products through September 30, 2011.

These reusable lunch sacks are washable, made of recycled cotton and eliminate a great deal of waste that would otherwise occur from the use of plastic or paper lunch bags.

How to win

  1. Leave me a comment in the blog comment section below letting me know how you make your lunches eco friendly.
  2. Be sure to include your name (first name and last initial are fine) and email so I can contact you if you win. Anonymous or SPAM-ish comments will be trashed.
  3. You must have a North American shipping address- no PO boxes.
  4. Five lucky winners (drawn randomly via will receive a Kids Konserve lunch sack with coupons. The winners will be notified directly via e-mail, and then listed on this post using first name only.
  5. Contest closes at midnight EST, Wednesday, August 30, 2011. Winners will be announced on September 1, 2011. GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS: Lisa F., Lisa M., Lynn S., Gina F., Nina M.

For Additional Chances to Win

Please leave separate comments to let me know you have done any of the following:

  1. Subscribe to Groovy Green Livin via RSS feed or Email
  2. ‘Like’ Groovy Green Livin on Facebook
  3. Follow @Groovygreenlivi on Twitter
  4. Tweet about the giveaway tagging @groovygreenlivi
  5. Share the giveaway on Facebook

Full Disclosure: I received a free sample of the Kids Konserve lunch sack. All opinions in this review are my very own.


147 Responses to “Back-to-School Giveaway: Kids Konserve Reusable Lunch Sack”

  1. We use some of the Kids Konserve containers. The round stainless ones are great for applesauce and yogurt. They’re easy for kids to open and close, so that means less mess!

    Last year, my son did a presentation on Waste Free Lunch at his school and showed reusable containers are better for the planet and how you can save money by not buying all the individual pre-packaged stuff (which is usually not all that healthy – right?)

  2. I have an 11 year old with autism and it has been difficult to find eco friendly products for her to use. She reacts to most processed foods, artificial colors and flavors and manufactured products including the plastics in many containers. This would be4 a great product to use for her lunches.

  3. We use re-usable baggies instead of plastic, as well as regular forks/spoons. Lunch goes in a stainless steel container.

  4. Great giveaway Lori! I’d love to win one!

  5. Great giveaway! For eco-friendly lunches, we reuse the same fabric lunch “box” and food containers year after year.

  6. I ‘Like’ Groovy Green Livin on Facebook!

  7. I subscribe to Groovy Green Livin via Email

  8. Always looking for new ways to make school lunches eco friendly and recycling easier! Thanks to Groovy Green Livin for giving me awesome ideas 🙂

  9. I don’t buy the prepackaged snacks. Too much waste, and it is cheaper to bag up snacks myself.

  10. Joe has used his lunch bag that he made in first grade :). We also put our lunches in the empty bread bags and reuse other sacks as much as possible. Nothing grand, but little things make the world go round.

  11. I shared the giveaway on Facebook!

  12. I was a big zip lock bag Mama and then I realized how many bags I used in the school year and was shocked! I bought little containers to have John bring in his snacks and lunch and they actually come back home! I think it’s very important to start being “green” at a young age.

  13. How we make our lunches eco friendly? No meat! Reduce, reuse, recycle. I’d love to composting at the schools, though!

  14. I send reusable containers in my daughter’s lunch box. I have also been buying fewer of the individual pre-packaged snacks.

  15. I “Like” Groovy Green Livin on Facebook

  16. Kristina-I removed your address from your comment. If you win I’ll ask you for it in a private email 🙂 Thanks for entering the giveaway!

  17. We use reusable containers.

  18. My son is looking forward to bringing tomato soup to school in his new stainless steel container (from reusit)!

  19. When my kids bring their lunch to school they use reusuable lunch boxes, and Tupperware/Rubbermaid to hold all the different parts of their lunch. And when I put in a plastic spoon for yogurt/fruit/etc. I remind them NOT to throw it away so we can wash and reuse!

  20. I make lunches eco friendly by using recycled lunch bags!

  21. I use the reusable bag n sometimes I even send lunch from homemade– great gift, hope I’m the lucky one :))

  22. I use old fashioned waxed paper to wrap sandwiches, dry snacks, and cut veggies. A twist of the ends holds it all together, and spread out it makes a clean eating surface. Plus, it degrades very quickly.

  23. i reuse baby food glass jars to put snacks (nuts,cereal,dried fruit) in DDs lunch. ..and salad dressings so the broc. gets eaten;) also use stainless steel bento boxes for said broc and sandwich!

  24. We always include a fruit and veggie and a whole wheat sandwich, every single day! We also use our eco-friendly containers and pack only water! Great contest Lori! Love KK!!!

  25. my email is lynn(at)funtasticallygreen(dot)com – – – forgot that! Ooops!

  26. I LUV you on FB! @LynnMomblogger

  27. I stalk you on twitter *muahahahaha* kidding! I follow!

  28. I’m a groovy subscriber! Hmmm, thought I did that already darnit! DONE now!

  29. Posted on FB! @FuntasticallyGreen yay!

  30. I pack always my lunches in steel or glass containers and water in stainless. My family thinks I am nuts; they belong to the “ziplock squad” and the “plastic water bottle troop”!

  31. “liked” Groovy Green Livin on Facebook

  32. We use reusable containers and lots of leftovers.

  33. I’m a groovy green subscriber too!! And I follow u on Twitter and FB! Woot!
    I use reusable sandwich pouches and use S’well water bottles to keep drinks cool for the kids. email:

  34. following you on twitter (ecolicious mama)

  35. We make our lunch eco friendly at by using left overs, packing them in re-usable containers and advocating that parents make lunch with fresh ingredients and not packaged/processed foods.

  36. Whenever possible I reuse the bags I pack my son’s lunch items in.

  37. I send foods that do not need to be wrapped like apples and bananas. I also send sandwiches in washable plastic containers.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  38. I follow you on twitter as ptowngirl.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  39. I make waste-less lunches and use organic foods. My little one doesn’t go to school yet, but my husband and I make our lunches for work…eco-friendly! I like the bag!

  40. Lunch items are packed in reusable plastic containers and carried in resuable lunch bag. That goes for the kids school lunch and for the excursions I (the grandmother) take the kids on.

  41. I reuse the bags whenever possible for my daughters lunches

    kport207 at gmail dot com

  42. Great contest, Lori! I love you Groovy Girl. We love to use reusable containers too!

  43. I buy a big tub of yogurt and divide it into reusable containers for lunch each day.

  44. I use regular househoold utensils, and plastic containers for their lunches. Everything is brought home a washed and reused.

  45. Liked livin green on facebook and left comment TY

  46. I recycle all that I can from my lunch, like yogurt containers. I also take silverware to use and do not use and throw away plastic utensils.

  47. I subscribe via RSS feed.

  48. Love this giveaway! : ) We use LunchBots Stainless Steel Lunch Containers for my ds’ lunch and everything we eat is magically organic and GMO free! : )

    Thanks so very much for this fabulous give~away! : )

    Leah F.


  49. I subscribe to your delightful blog via e~mail and Google Reader! : )


  50. I just “liked” Groovy Green Livin on FB (Leah Friedman)! : )


  51. And, I am following you on TWITTER….username: mamaleahita! : )

    Thanks again! : )


  52. I reuse the small margarine & yogurt containers with lids and use them in lunches. They are “free”, can be used several times there are no worries if they get lost, although my kids are good about bringing them home for recycling.

  53. I have small containers for lunch food, plastic yes, but I have reused them many, many times.

  54. @chrisdeglen tweeted:!/chrisdeglen/status/107444124663287808


  55. We use as much waste-free and recycleable items for lunches as possible. Love Kids Konserve!!

  56. I already follow you on twitter (@sprout5)

  57. I like your page on Facebook (Jennifer C.N.)

  58. I tweeted about the giveaway:
    jcarmich5 at aoldotcom

  59. We use reusable containers and cloth napkins.

  60. we use a reusable lunchbox waterbottle and containers for our lunches

  61. we use a thermos and reusable lunch box and we also have reusable washable ziplock bags!

  62. I make lunches eco friendly by using a reusable lunch bag, glass or ceramic containers, cloth napkins and real silverware. And filling them with organic food!

  63. Twitter follower @lprice79

  64. Facebook follower.

  65. We use re-usable baggies instead of plastic baggies or food containers year after year.

    ginaferrell3 at yahoo cot com

  66. Subscribe to Groovy Green Livin via RSS feed – Gina Ferrell

    ginaferrell3 at yahoo dot com

  67. ‘Like’ Groovy Green Livin on Facebook – Gina Ferrell

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  68. Follow @Groovygreenlivi on Twitter – @BriellePrincess

    ginaferrell3 at yahoo dot com

  69. Tweeted about the giveaway!/BriellePrincess/status/108229061372940288

    ginaferrell3 at yahoo dot com

  70. Shared the giveaway on Facebook

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  71. I make my lunches eco-friendly by not using any ziploc bags! Instead, I use reusable containers 🙂

  72. I subscribe to your RSS Feed with google reader

  73. I like/shared this giveaway on Facebook – my FB name is Amanda Moore

  74. I tweeted about this giveaway @groovygreenlivi – I’m @AmberGoo;!/AmberGoo/status/108235169785331712

  75. I make them eco friendly by reusing the little baggies.

  76. I follow you on twitter! omgacsl

  77. using reusable baggies

  78. i like you on fb

  79. We use plastic and metal reuseable containers and silverware and metal refillable water bottles in a cloth bag. Leftovers go in compost when they get home.

  80. We use lock-n-lock instead of ziplocks

  81. we have re-usable lunchbox and containers 🙂

  82. We make lunches more eco-friendly by using reusable containers and packing mostly organic foods.
    Mary Beth Elderton
    bethelderton at gmail dot com

  83. I subscribed and confirmed via email

  84. I joined you on twitter as mbm218

  85. I do my best to use reusable containers wherever possible

  86. I use reusable containers!

  87. I follow via rss!

  88. I liked on fb!

  89. I follow on twitter giveawayjunkie

  90. We use bento boxes. We also buy as much as we can from our local farmers market–or grow it in our garden.

  91. following on facebook as Darcy Bishop

  92. We use a lunch box with reusable containers.

  93. I use reusable bags and containers!

  94. Sunscribed via email

  95. Liked on Facebook

  96. Following on twitter

  97. use a reusable lunchbag

  98. We have always used cotton lunch sacks, which we wash in the washing machine at the end of the week and hang out to dry on our clothesline.

  99. If I win I would give this to my daughter who does the following for her kids:
    uses a lunchbox with reusable containers instead of baggies along with buying organic fruits and vegetables and uses stainless steel water bottles.

  100. My kids take both a reusable lunch bag and water bottle to school.

  101. I always use reusable containers to pack my daughter’s lunch.

  102. I subscribe to Groovy Green Livin via email

  103. I “like” Groovy Green Livin on FB

  104. we bought him a recycled lunch bag and it is used daily

  105. fb fan

  106. I use a stainless steel bottle for water for my son, and use a container-glass, when I can to send him food. I also use a cloth napkin and our stainless untensils.
    spcale at yahoo dot com.

  107. I pack them cloth napkins instead of paper!
    amandasandico at yahoodotcom

  108. I like you on facebook

  109. I LOVE this giveaway!
    Twitter follower now-dresdenrain
    spcale at yahoo dot com.

  110. FB carol yerby lewis
    spcale at yahoo dot com.

  111. Am now an RSS subscriber.
    Did I tell you how much I LOVE this giveaway? LOL
    spcale at yahoo dot com.

  112. I am now an email subscriber-spcale at yahoo dot com.

  113. We use reusable bags!


  114. I try to use reusable lunchboxes

  115. subscribe to rss feed

  116. In 2nd grade, my daughter’s class decorated cotton sacks (given by teacher) and she uses that for snacks. We package most snacks ourselves instead of relying on individually packaged items.

  117. We always use reusable contains for everything – I’ve got lots of shapes and sizes.
    cleaningrhouse at yahoo dot com

  118. […] forget to enter the GIVEAWAY for a Kids Konserve reusable lunch sack with great coupons inside for free products. Entries will be accepted until midnight, August 30, […]

  119. I use re-usable bowls and water bottles

  120. like your fb/letesshaw

  121. I’m a email subscriber.

  122. Feed subscriber

  123. Follow @Groovygreenlivi on Twitter/dahliamomma

  124. We use reusable utensils in our lunches…and cloth napkins.

  125. we use bento lunch boxes to be eco friendly

  126. i send my children to school with a reuseable lunch box, a real spoon that i wash and i include a real cloth napkin that i wash also. we use reusable containers and not baggies thanks clallen at ntin dot net

  127. i like groovy green livin on fb crystal l allen, clallen at ntin dot net

  128. follow you on twitter clallen1971, clallen at ntin dot net

  129. We cook in and use reusable containers. Less waste! 🙂

  130. Twitter follower- @jaclynfett

  131. we use thermal totes and reuseable items (utensils, bowls, boxes)

  132. my seven year old carries her own lunch box and her drinks in a waterbottle so she can reuse it

  133. like groovy green livin in facebook Erin Cook

  134. follow groovy green livin on twitter @cooks1978

  135. I make my lunches eco friendly by using reusable containers.

  136. Yay!!! I am SUPER excited that I am a winer! Thank you Lori, Kids Konserve and all the other awesome green companies!

  137. You should receive your prize pretty soon! Enjoy.

  138. […] I’m thrilled and honored to have been selected as a Stonyfield Organics Yo-Getter! We are big Stonyfield fans in our house-so it just feels right to align with a company that’s organic and prides itself on […]

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