Southern California Mom Creates Waste-Free Lunch Bags, Reusable Sandwich and Snack Bags for a Greener Lunch

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Dajo™ Green Reusable Bags provide a safe and effective way to transport food as an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional disposable plastic bags. See them at http://www.dajobags.com

The Environmental Protection Agency states that a child's lunch creates an average of 67 pounds of waste per school year. For an average school, that equates to nearly 40,000 pounds of lunch waste per year! With Dajo™ Green Sandwich and Snack bags, these astounding numbers can be reduced. Replace those disposable plastic bags with Reusable Sandwich and Snack bags by Dajo™ Green.

Dajo™ Green Bags were created by a mom in Southern California. While making lunches for her school age children, she realized her family was throwing away more than 1000 plastic bags per school year! Like many people, she was becoming more aware of the negative impact of so much waste adding to our landfills. She decided that there has got to be a better way and set out to create a greener baggie.

Using Patent Pending Technology, Dajo™ Green Reusable Bags provide a safe and effective way to transport food as an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional disposable plastic bags.

Dajo™ Green Reusable Sandwich and Snack Bags are made with a durable, quick drying nylon outer shell with inherent anti-microbial properties that make it naturally resistant to mold and mildew. The inside of each bag is lined with an FDA approved coating, certified safe for food contact.

Dajo™ Green Bags come in two sizes: the sandwich bag, which is size adjustable for the perfect sandwich, and the snack bag, which sits bowl-like on the table to hold pretzels, fruit or favorite cookie. The bags are sold packaged in a Waste-Free Lunch Kit, including 1 sandwich bag and 2 snack bags for $19.95. Or, in a set of 2 sandwich bags for $15.95, 2 snack bags for $13.95. They may be purchased through the website at http://www.dajobags.com. For more information, call 949.488.0081.

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