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Published December 7th 2015
Organic and eco friendly products for the whole family
Fiona's business journey began when she discovered that her little boy's moods were strongly influenced by the food that he ate. She began to seek foods and storage containers that would help her family sustain a healthier lifestyle, and MiniMe Organics was born.
MiniMe Organics offers organic and eco friendly products for the whole family. BPA-free lunchboxes, stylish lunchbags, drink bottles, and food containers, plus real food recipes on the blog, and more.
MiniMe aims to make eco-friendly living easy for families. Look out on the blog for lots of gluten-free, dairy-free, and allergy friendly recipes; I am loving the look of these Buckwheat Pancakes as well as the Rice Bubble Bars.
Lunchboxes, food containers, stainless steel and glass drink bottles are just the beginning of what Fiona has sourced out to offer online at MiniMe Organics. Stylish lunchbags and smart food storage doesn't have to be just for the kids; all this and more for an eco friendly kitchen and grown-up lunchables as well.
My son is loving his oh-so-cool Batman-motif Apple & Mintlunchbag; the cool pack makes it seem a little heavy, but will be handy when he takes yogurt or other items that need to be kept cool.
I thought I would let my kids use the Goodbyn, but frankly I am loving it for myself! It stores more than it looked like it would, and it's brilliant for portion controlled snacks throughout the day at work or on the go. I'm also loving the Keep Leaf reusable food baggies.
Whether your child(ren)'s school requires "nude food" (rubbish free/litterless) lunches or not, seeking options that use less rubbish can be, by default, also healthier food options. Be sure to find some good labels for your items too, for when they inevitably get left in the eating areas at school.