Versatile, Eco-Friendly GreenTraveler Food and Beverage Container Continues Crowdfunding on Indiegogo After Very Successful Kickstarter Campaign

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Designed to be reusable to reduce disposable items ending up in landfills, GreenTraveler can hold up to 44 ounces of food/beverages/snacks and be easily carried whether for work or play.

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With so many people concerned about their health and our environment, GreenTraveler offers a solution to carry food so conveniently that there is no need for single-use bottles and other disposable food containers that end up in our landfills.

After raising more than $116,000 during its very successful campaign on Kickstarter, crowdfunding for the eco-friendly GreenTraveler food and beverage container is now under way on Indiegogo InDemand.

More than 1,700 backers made the GreenTraveler one of the most-funded food containers in Kickstarter history, and GreenTraveler Co-founder James Robinson expects the container’s popularity will continue with crowdfunding backers on Indiegogo.

“With so many people concerned about their health and our environment, using GreenTraveler offers a solution to carry food so conveniently that there is no need for single-use bottles and other disposable food containers that end up in our landfills,” Robinson said. “GreenTraveler also eliminates the need to use an ugly plastic bag to carry plastic food containers to work.. It is truly designed with you and the environment in mind.”

Replacing leaky and messy old-school plastic food containers with one convenient solution, GreenTraveler’s leak-proof design can separate six items and be used to carry up to 44 ounces of food and beverages. It even has a place for utensils and condiments. GreenTraveler also sells a custom, insulated carrying case and specifically-designed accessories to fit any person's needs.

“Whether using GreenTraveler to carry lunch to the office, to have a meal on a plane, or when taking food and drink while hiking or biking, GreenTraveler does the job,” Robinson said.

GreenTraveler also has contours that can serve as a built-in dish, bowl, or cup, to enjoy snacks and drinks while traveling, camping or during the daily work/lunch routine. It can be used as a to-go container as well, so restaurant leftovers don’t end up in disposable cartons. In addition, it can be used to buy food in bulk. The empty weight and volume is printed on every container for measuring portions and buying food by weight, without being charged for the container weight.

When closed, GreenTraveler is cylindrical, like a water bottle, with loops so it easily clips to a bag, strap or beltloop, and it’s watertight. It also has a sturdy design so it can be used during any outdoor activity, or in a microwave or dishwasher.

Constructed with ABS and PP plastic, known for its technical and food-safe properties without BPA or phthalates, it’s the optimal combination of portability, durability and health-consciousness.

GreenTraveler is available during crowdfunding at special early-bird pricing that’s also sustainable on any person’s pocketbook. For more information, visit the GreenTraveler Campaign Page on Indiegogo.

About Green Traveler
Founded in 2015 by James Robinson and Juliene Wintermute, who met in college as environmental engineering students, Green Traveler is focused on creating dynamic, useful and sustainable to-go ware through a design process that produces minimal to zero-waste during any of their product’s production and distribution cycles. The addition of their third partner Josey Zadoria has helped to bring an idea into the marketplace. The company is committed to donating one percent of its net income to natural resource conservation funds and encourages the recycling of all its products through a return program. For more information, visit http://www.mygreentraveler.com.

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