Thursday, May 5, 2016

Yummi Pouch Brights Reusable Food Pouches Review

I'm a huge fan of things that can be reused | recycled. I use a cloth lunch box, have cloth baggies, and carry a thermos at work. I'm always on the look out for reuseable lunch box supplies for the boy's school lunches. 

Recently I got Yummi Pouch Brights (Set of 4) to review. 


What are Yummi Pouches?

They are reusable food pouches that are great for kids taking healthy snacks on the go. You can put so many different things in them. We put apple/pear sauce in ours.



They are perfect for lunches, picnics, and breakfast on the go. Mica just started being trained for Safety Patrol. The kids have to be dropped off to school early. They've been give a Yummi Pouch to have part of their breakfast on the go.

They are best for little kids, but we use them to. Costco sells apple sauce in pouches for any age. We'll use these reusable packages for any age as well.

You can combine style and convenience in an eco-friendly container.

Fill it Up With:


  • Smoothies
  • Blended Snacks
  • Apple Sauce


  • Easy to fill and clean through the top zipper opening and enjoyed by drinking from the side spout.


    Keep Your Kids Safe:


  • Freezer safe - Make a big batch of your child's favorite blended snacks or smoothies.
  • Dishwasher safe - Simply rinse with warm water, expand the pouch and stand upside down in the dishwasher.
  • Easy to fill - Pour or spoon in food though the wide top zipper opening. Holds up to 6 ounces.
  • BPA Free
  • PVC Free 
  • Phthalate Free
  • Reusable
  • Recyclable

  • Comes in 4 Fun Colors and Patterns:


    My favorite color | pattern has to be this one:


    Cost:

    $9.99 for 4 pouches. 

    Disclaimer: I received the products mentioned for free in exchange for an honest review. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

    7 comments:

    indah nuria Savitri said...

    it looks very handy indeed. We use similar one to bring my kids' juice to school

    Ai Sakura said...

    Fun and convenient! How do they stand against leakage?

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

    alissa apel said...

    I just started to use them. No leaks yet.

    Theresa Mahoney said...

    These would be so great for lunchboxes. I would probably try my hand at homemade yogurt to put in these.

    mail4rosey said...

    What a fun idea. I saw a water bottle similar to this recently too!

    Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

    Those are so clever.

    ~ Noelle said...

    I love the designs on them. Glad they are fun and not just a solid color

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