Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Win a $100+ Waste-Free Lunch Kit

Start the year off right and beat those back to school blues with your choice of lunch kit - all shiny and new. Enter our Cool Back to School Giveaway and you could be sending your child off to school this fall in eco style - for free! In conjunction with The North Shore News we're giving away a reusable lunch bag filled with the season's latest waste-free lunch gear valued at more than $100. Simply answer the question below and you'll be entered to win. The winner will be able to choose a PVC-free cotton canvas lunch bag from six different designs plus a set of girl or boy-themed lunch gear from Kids Konserve, including a sweat-free, non-toxic ice pack, an insulated food jar for keeping pastas, soups and stews warm plus a trio of stainless steel food containers with coloured lids.

WIN IT!
Answer the following question and our $100+ waste-free lunch kit could be yours!
Why is packing a waste-free lunch important to you?

Leave your answer in a comment below, email it to us at customerservice@lavishandlime.com with 'Lunch Kit Giveaway' in the subject line or feel free to drop it by our warehouse: 272 East 1st Street, North Vancouver V7L 1B3.
Please be sure to include your name, email address and telephone number so we can contact you if you win.

EXTRA ENTRIES:
Do any of the following and be sure to tell us you did!
- Like us on our Lavish & Lime Facebook Page and post a comment about this giveaway with this link: http://bit.ly/nCQlJE
- Sign up to receive our email newsletter
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One entry per person. The winner will be chosen in a random draw by Lavish & Lime. Deadline for entries is midnight PST Wednesday, August 31st. The winner will be notified by Friday, September 2nd. Open to Canadian residents only. Good luck!

175 comments:

Anonymous said...

Packing a Waste-Free Lunch for my daughters is very important for the environment and also for setting a great example for my children and my students at school.
Tanya Mann (tanya_mann@sympatico.ca)

Evelyn said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to me, because it's better for the environment and better for my kids because the materials are safer. It's also nice to buy something once rather than constantly buying and throwing away which saves us money.

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Evelyn said...

I subscribe to your email newsletter.

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Jennifer said...

I try to do whatever I can to protect myself and the environment. Packing a waste-free lunch is so important to me, and is a relatively easy thing to do! Not only can I be sure I am not exposing myself to toxins, but it also reduces my contributions to landfills.

Jennifer said...

Also, I subscribe to your newsletter!

Anonymous said...

As a teacher I see bags and bags of garbage going to the landfill after every lunch period. It bothers me that children are eating so many foods that are prepackaged and unhealthy. A waste free lunch is hopefully a healthier lunch and free from unhealthy chemicals. In the schools we strive for litter-less lunches and healthy meal choices.
rmsoroka@shaw.ca

Carris said...

Using reusable items for lunch and snacks makes me feel better about the environment. It also gives my children a good example to follow.

books4me said...

A waste free lunch is important to me because I grew up in a state where we recycled and were careful of packaging. I grew up this way and I continue to do this way to put less in the landfill and to make sure nothing leaches into my child's food! In addition, it teaches another generation how to do it right!

kymom at iglide.net

Anonymous said...

Being able to pack a lunch (which I do everyday as a university student) and to waste the least amount possible is not only important for the environment, but it's important to set an example to my niece and to others about a better way to waste less. The more people that can be taught how to reduce their waste, the better off we will be later!
Shayla sianders@ualberta.ca

Heidi said...

I want to save the planet so my kids can enjoy the beautiful nature that surrounds us.
I like L & L on facebook and I subscribe to your newsletter.

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Csilla said...

Well, it's good for the environment, and it's also good for my pocket in the long run.

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Sharon said...

I have always packed my boys' lunches in re-usable containers for their safety, for the environment and well, for my budget too! As a former teacher, I knew first-hand how daily lunch disasters were harming our environment. We have to teach by example. My oldest is going into grade 11 and I still fill his lunch bag with 4-6 glass containers and sometimes your handy sandwich enveloppe, each day. One day, as he was leaving for school I asked him how he felt about all these little containers, and he said the other kids told him he was lucky to have such nice lunches. I almost cried.
By the way, I receive your e-mails.

smmmiley said...

I feel that packing a waste-free lunch is important for our son to see. It's important to instill in him respect for our environment early on so he will be more responsible as he grows up. Teaching him the 3 R's today will lead to a better tomorrow. Bit cheesy, yes, but true. :)

Tanya said...

Packing a waste free lunch for my boys is both important for the environment and also for our budget. My oldest son has fine motor issues too and we found that plastic wrap and baggies caused him to come home with most of his lunch uneaten as a small boy~ it took so much time to peel off all the wrappings that he didn't have time to eat! Waste free containers really helped him with this and help me to know how much lunch to send too :)

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Tanya said...

I subscribe to your email newsletter

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sarahbelle said...

I feel that packing a waste free lunch helps me and my family to eat better. When I use reusable containers, I have to think about what's going in them, instead of mindlessly tossing in prepackaged food. I also find that unique lunch containers and drink bottles invite questions from others and give an opportunity to educate them about creating less waste.
- Sarah (sarah.l.lavallee(at)gmail.com)

tiffany@PEI said...

packing waste free lunches is very important to our family ,the're 4 children and all that packaging really adds up in both the landfills and on the pocket book.Also i want to know what my kids are eating and from what they're eating. I also like being able to be creative with all the special containers you have.

tiffany@PEI said...

i also subscribe to your sight. i would really love to win!!!! cool contest.

Shelley Alexander said...

Packing a waste free lunch mean that I am doing my part to live with a smaller footprint. our family recycles and composts at home, why shouldn't I be doing that for my away meals as well?
I love the re-useable sandwich wrappers and the funky stainless containers - they are not just for kids!!! We all need a litte fun in out "brought from home lunch".

slalexander(at)calgary(dot)ca

Thanks!!!! I subscribe to your newsletter and always enjoy the tips and suggestions!!!

Shelley:)

Sachie M said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is important for me because every little bit helps to keep the environment clean. I want to be a role model for my boy. Besides I like all the new styles that waste-free lunch kit offers these days. It's cool to be green!

Sachie M said...

I'm already a subscriber for your e-newsletter.

I liked Lavish & Lime on the Face book!

myrtle said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to me not only because I want to show my children that we should do what we can to decrease the amount of garbage we create, but also, lunch looks waaaay better in a cool reusable lunch setup than in boring ziplock bags and plastic wrap.

(oh, and I subscribe to your email newsletter)

Quincy Barnesky said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to me as I'd love to emphasize to my kids how they need to respect our environment and not fill our landfills! I'm tired of buying ziploc baggies knowing full well where they will end up and how much money I am throwing away! I bought my first set of reusable snack bags this summer and would love a complete reusable lunch kit system!

Quincy Barnesky said...

I am a fan on FB!

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Soozle said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is important to me and I am very aware of the damage that has already been caused to the environment, and want to do as much as possible to help correct/stop this damage from continuing further!
sbabij2 at shaw dot ca

Soozle said...

I like Lavish and Lime on FB (Suzanne Kristy) and shared
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Suzanne said...

It is important for me to set an example for my children. Hopefully they will grow up with waste free lunches as the norm and not the exception.

Suzanne said...

I like you on Facebook

Suzanne said...

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Anonymous said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is important for SO many reasons!
1. The environment
2. Health
3. Bonus: $$ savings in long run
Every day I teach my son to take care of his body and our planet. A waste-free lunch kit goes hand in hand.
Sara sarapeerless@gmail.com

Brige said...

Waste free lunches help to teach my girls the importance of reusing items and how easy it really is. It also saves us a lot of money in the long run.
Thanks,
b dot malloy at rogers dot com
Brigitte

Brige said...

I already subscribe to your newsletter :)
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Brige said...

I already like you on Facebook and have posted a thank you.
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Pam said...

Waste free lunch is important to me, not only to in the long run save money, but also to help reduce our footprint. My children are the most important thing. I want them to have a clean planet to live on.

Pam said...

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Lillea said...

Waste free anything is important to me. As a tidy person who also cares about the environment, I feel that less is more with many things. There is so much garbage generated thanks to overpackaging things these days so why add to it?

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Lillea said...

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Anonymous said...

Why is packing a waste free lunch important to me... For various reasons. Initially there is the benefit to the environment, but alternatively, it also saves tonnes of money over the course of a year. There is the added benefit that it sets a great example for your kids and inspires them at a young age to be aware of what they do on a day to day basis.

Aliya D.
aliyadaya(at)shaw(dot)ca

Anonymous said...

I follow you on Twitter under Rogue_Femme. Thanks!

Aliya D.
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Anonymous said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is so important to me because it saves money and waste. Its an easy way to reduce garbage throwawy.

intensev5 said...

I think it's an easy way to be environmentally conscious and it's something easy for your children to do. Be a good role model to your children (about caring for our planet). Thanks for the chance to win.

Mary Lou said...

Packing a waste free lunch makes it easier to send (and take!) a healthy lunch with more interesting foods. My son enjoys discovering what's inside all the containers and subsequently eats a larger variety of food for his snack and lunch. Not only do we produce less waste, it's healthier for us as well.

Heather McKinnon said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important for many reasons, but mainly for me there are two very important reasons. 1: To keep Mother Earth clean and healthy. Without her - we are nothing. And 2: To teach my daughters early on that its important to love where we live. To help reduce our impact on the earth.
himckinnon@hotmail.com

Aliya said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is so important for the environment and also because it's probably a healthier lunch as it was made at home and not bought at school!

Aliya said...

Oh, I "like" your facebook page!

emain said...

Packing lunches with reusable containers just makes sense! Safer for my kiddos and keeps unwanted items from the landfills.

emain@cogeco.ca

emain said...

Liked you on facebook

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Trixie said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is important to me because it teaches my children that the environment is important and that we need to protect it. Starting young is the key!!!

Jen said...

A waste-free lunch is very important! When meals are packed to go, it is common to find items for the meal contained in extra packaging, plastic, cans, etc. The best wrapper is what mother nature provided (apple peels, etc) and using a reusable bag/container will eliminate the need for throw away bags!

Jen said...

I like you on Facebook (Jennifer Margaret)

Jen said...

I follow you on Twitter @jbinvan

leia said...

As a big fan off your products and as a family we are making the commitment to lead a more eco green way off living.Whats a great way to start as we mean to go on with our children who are in on the idea. Packing a waste free lunch for my girls is a great start as it shows people that you can pack a lunch with out the plastic bags that we cannot reuse at the end off the day and that end up on the landfills site. Not only by packing a sensible lunch bag we are reduction the potential health risks associated with all the plastic and vinyl products that can leak into foods and harm the children. so heres to a new nation off going green and our children are the key and future to our planets life and for their children to come.

Chelsea said...
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Chelsea said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to me because I believe it is our responsibility to take care of the planet, and set a good example for the younger generation. I also appreciate that waste free lunch products tend to be safer. My email is river26[at]gmail.com

Marie Crockett said...

Being waste free is so important to us here, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks - we try to go litter free every time we eat, whereever we eat. It's important for so many reasons - environmental, economic, simplifying, hygenic - I could go on forever!

Em G. said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important because we don't have anywhere to put our garbage anymore and it's going to end up polluting our water sources. I also like to get good value out of something and like to reuse it as long as I can!

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Em G. said...

I like you on facebook!

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Em G said...

Following you on twitter! emandeli

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Em G. said...

I'm trying to sign up to your newsletter but everytime I click on the email part it sends me to the newsletter without adding it in!

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Marie Crockett said...

I posted your link on facebook, already "like" you guys on facebook & am signed up for the newsletter - thanks so much for this opportunity!

Anonymous said...

A waste free lunch is so important because the less waste that goes into our landfills, the better for our environment and for our children's futures! It is important for our kids to grow up seeing this and hopefully incorporate this into their lives as teens and adults.

I subscribe to your newsletter and LIKE you on Facebook.


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Fiona said...

I'm trying to avoid plastic as much as possible. Icky food covered plastic bags rarely get recycled. Better to have a nice reusable washable lunch kit.
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Anonymous said...

I want to help the environment any way I can. Packing a waste free lunch is a easy way to do that.


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Anonymous said...

Waste-free lunches are just a part of how I teach my daughter to care for our earth and the environment. It also teaches her to role-model to other children (and she is only 4!)

Tara Worth (strawberrygirl@shaw.ca)

corinne said...

I want my children to waste not, want not and making sure that their lunches are "Waste Free" is important to all of us..we recycle, reuse, and replant..We make sure that they will eat what is packed and that the containers are things we can wash and repack..fair-trade is also very important to us..we have never shopped Walmart and such and are always on the look out for ways to support our earth!

Andrea said...

I think it's important to start with our children and teach them the importance of saving our planet. It's important that they learn that every little bit helps.

amber hudson-o'brien said...

I want to teach my children what waste-free is and how to practice it daily even in the little things. There is nothing quite as satisfying as hearing my daughter say "why don't you bring a water bottle then you wouldn't have to buy one." There is no better way to teach my kids than to practice what I preach and sending them to school with waste-free lunch is just one way to do that.

Tracy said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is important to me for many reasons, but since it's almost back to school time... I think as a teacher I need to model to my kinder students what I would want them to do and not only showing them, but teaching them the importance.
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Anonymous said...

A waste free lunch is important for the health of our bodies and the earth. Particularly since we take a lunch almost everyday. We need to reduce our waste and watch what chemicals enter our bodies.

Eliina Fader (eliina_m(at)yahoo.com)

I subscribe to your newsletter and like you on fb

Soozle said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to me, as I know how much waste is created daily by using disposible containers/utensils. It's important to me to not be part of that problem (and to not contribute to the damage to the environment that causes!) but to help be part of a solution!
sbabij2 at shaw dot ca

Soozle said...

I like Lavish and Lime on FB (Suzanne Kristy) and commented
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mcmillan_jamie said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to me because I want to teach my son from the very start to respect the environment :)
Jamie
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mcmillan_jamie said...

I am a fan of Lavish and Lime on FB.
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mcmillan_jamie said...

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mcmillan_jamie said...

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leanne_mac said...

It's important to recycle and to set a good example.

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leanne_mac said...

I follow you on twitter
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Paula M-B said...

Packing a waste free lunch for my children and husband everyday is important to me because it cuts down on the amount of unnecessary waste going into landfills.
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chris said...

Packing a waste-free lunch never used to be important to me - but having my son changed many of my views regarding the environment and sustainability. Now I think a lot more of the future and the legacy that I will be leaving my child. I think it also sets a good example for the other kids in his class - and is easier on the wallet ;)
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chris said...

i recieve your email newsletter
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chris said...

i like you on FB and posted the contest link
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space_view said...

I follow you on twitter.

space_view said...

Liekd you on Facebook and posted a link to the contest.

Mandy Gall said...

I just reentered school after focusing on a waste-free, loving environment for 3 special girls...so I like this as a treat to my own waste-free inner child :D....I liked this post on Facebook page, shared it and liked lavish & lime facebook page

maman said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is important to me. I try to do my part to preserve the environment and avoid using chemical products and unsafe containers. The waste-free lunch kit you are offering is a great way to reach this goal.

Anonymous said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to the environment, and showing my kids to recycle, re-use.......reduce waste.....
tracie_anne@hotmail.com

Kady L. said...

I am a teacher and see first-hand the amount of waste caused by children's lunches... it's actually quite disgusting! With my own 3 children (2 of which are in school) I make every effort to make their lunches litterless. Whats more, when possible I have them help me. They need to understand why we do this!
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Anonymous said...

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very important for the environment, save money and they look much cooler!!!!
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Anonymous said...

Thanks for this great giveaway, I pack a waste-free lunch of my kids daily. They always bring back their empty water bottles and baggies to reuse. It's important that we do this for our environment and their future. I've liked you on Facebook and shared on my page (Christine Mahan Smyth) and will enter for emails.
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Heatherlu E said...

My family tries to be Environmentally Friendly, but so many GREEN items are expensive and we have trouble making ends meet as it is. Ultimately, we end up putting off buying them until "we have more money". A waste free lunch kit would help me teach my daughter respect for the environment, to appreciate the things we have, and that not everything is 'disposable'. It would also help us to save money by not having to buy single use items.

Anonymous said...

I try to teach my children to care for the environment by living what I preach and setting the example. Packing a waste-free lunch for my son is a way for me to get that message across to him, without even having to say the words. He knows exactly why I pack him litterless lunches, and he's proud to take them to school. Of course there is also the added bonus of saving money, woo hoo!

Anonymous said...

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Leanne :) said...

I want to reduce our impact on the environment & be healthier for my children! :).
LĂ©anne
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Melody said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to me because of all the saving we do! Saving money, saving trash, and saving our beautiful earth! It's common sense!

Melody said...

I already subscribe to your newsletter and liked you on facebook and shared the link to this giveaway!

Mom Stager said...

Sent my submission via e-mail, shared the link and liked on Facebook and am already subscribed to the wonderful newsletter :)

Thank you for this contest!

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CarrieAnn13 said...

It is important to me to pack waste free lunches to save on waste and put less into our landfills, but also to nave safe products holing my children's and my own food, as well as passing on these ideas to my children, and of course it is cost efficient to pack a waste free lunch

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Amy C said...

Packing a waste-free lunch important to me because I want to teach my kids to be responsible and take care of the environment. It also saves us a lot of money to use the reusable containers.

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Tanya said...

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Anonymous said...

Anything to help the environment and send an example to all the kids.

Cmjuras said...

I grew up with a waste free lunch kit from Tupperware. These waste free lunch items are way more environmental and reusable. Not just for school but for trip with the family. Giving my child the chance to be a part of the change we want to see!

Anonymous said...

I hate garbage! I hate seeing garbage thrown carelessly on the ground even more!! Sending my daughter to school with a litterless lunch is an example for the other kids, and, I hope, contributes to a cleaner school yard and classrooms, just for starters. Using non-leaching, non-toxic products is a no-brainer when you understand the long-term dangers. Also, using litterless lunch containers means I can buy in bulk (less packaging and cost), AND I get to see what hasn't been eaten when it comes home so I'm more on top of the nutrition angle.

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Anonymous said...

Already subscribe to e-newsletter, and 'like' on FB (just heading over there now...)

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MommyKat said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is important to me because I am trying to teach my son that even the smallest actions can make a difference in the world. A single snack-sized plastic bag may not seem like much, but multiply it by hundreds of students over hundreds of days and suddenly the impact is much greater. And that's just from one school!

Anonymous said...

Not only do I rant to all my friends about Lavish and Lime - my FAVOURITE place to buy eco friendly/non-toxic items for my children, but I subscribe to your email newsletter as well. And I'm NOT sucking up! IT IS TRUE!!!

My daughter is starting preschool for the first time in a few weeks, and I've been torn with what to send her to school with. It is so important to me to provide her with safe, non-toxic lunch kits simply because I lover her with all my heart and will do anything i can to protect her! Teaching her to be litterless is VERY important to me, because I know she is the next generation coming up that needs to learn to value the beautiful earth she lives on. I want her to respect this world and everything in it!!!

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hoteamom said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is important to me because I like to be part of the solution rather than the problem.

I also like to show my son how easy it is to make changes to help the environment and that I want to leave him something other than garbage when I am dead and gone.

Anonymous said...

I feel that packing a waste-free lunch is important for everyone in our houshold, for school and work. This is both good for our environment, as well as the old saying of...lead by example. Show others the benefits of using environmentally friendly containers and bags, this could lead to more doing the same.

Alex said...

I don't want my kids contributing to the litter on their school playground! (I'm just a little nervous that their fancy, new RuMe bags won't make it back home each day...! We'll see!)

Haylie said...

Liked Lavish and lime on FB, and posted the link on my wall.

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It is important because I care for the environment

Anonymous said...

My son is starting kindergarten this year, and I think starting now with a waste free lunch helps instill the reduce, reuse, recycle awareness at an early age for them to carry into adulthood.
Jennifer
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gen said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to me because it saves money, reduces my waste, sets a good example to my students and children AND I get to be stylish.

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Julia Gabriel said...

I have 5 kids so packing litterless lunches makes a difference in the footprint we leave. Less waste.

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Julia Gabriel said...

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pierreandre75 said...

My family practices Reduce Reuse Recycle at home and will continue this until my kids have kids...

Gina said...

This year is the first time I'll be packing lunches. Waste free lunches are essential for the environment (and they are no harder to pack).

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Anonymous said...

I have just moved to a community that does not have a limit on how much garbage you put at the curb, does not recycle paper or plastic and the residents don't seem to care.
I send my children with reusable baggies and stainless steel water bottles. We will be the examples within our community! Change starts with just one person!
jenn ( mashmellow@hotmail.com )

Danielle said...

Packing a Waste-Free Lunch is important to me as it is so much better for the environment as it produces less garbage. It also saves money in the long run. This would be great for my daughter who is going to school for the first time this year :-)

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Miraslava said...

I pack a waste-free lunch so kids grow up knowing this is the only way, the way mama does it. When they grow up - they will be more likely to pack waste free lunch

Kristen Craig said...

Waste-free lunches are important to me as a mother, because I hope to preserve our planet the most that I can for my children in the future. Teaching them to be less wasteful is also an integral part. Kristen C., (horsecrazy100@hotmail.com)

katrina said...

packing a waste-free lunch is important for us because leaving less garbage is the best thing ever, and its sets a od example for my daughter

katrina said...

i also follow lavis and lime on facebook

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Juli said...

It's important to me because reusable eco friendly containers don't leach scary chemicles into my kids' bodies. I also prefer to help the earth whenever I can!

Anonymous said...

What a great idea! I'm trying to teach my daughter the importance of recycling. We're trying to find new and creative ways to help save the environment and save money too! It sure would come in handy especially since the new school year just started!

Sophie Lee
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thordora said...

Few reasons: it's easier on me, easier on the environment, lets my children understand what waste really means, limits portion sizes, and looks uber cute. :)

Jennifer M. said...

packing a waste-free lunch is so easy, and it prevents all that random garbage from ending up in the dump and/or the oceans (through the storm drains)!

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Jennifer M. said...

i like your facebook page and posted about the giveaway.

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Shannah kemp said...

Packing waste free lunches is important to me because I hate to be wasteful, to preserve the environment for our kids and to set a good example for them. Didn't know you guys were in north van will definitely stop by!! Thanks :) Shannah
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A. Smith said...

I think by teaching my daughter to be aware of the little steps she can take to protect the world in which she lives, her life will be filled with compassionate and respectful habits towards her environment.
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A. Smith said...

I like you on facebook and am a subscriber :)
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Morgan said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to my family because it's good for the environment, our pocket book and usually our waist-line as well!
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Morgan said...

I shared your contest and page on facebook

smooreo said...

We are now starting our third year of making waste-free lunches. It's a way of life and something I want to model for our children. We only have one earth and we need to treat it with respect. We have very little control over how our food is packaged/processed, and if I can choose containers that won't negatively affect the health of my children, I will do so. I just went out today to buy more stainless steel containers for our youngest who starts Kindergarten next week!

smooreo said...

A FB fan!

smooreo said...

Newsletter subscriber!

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Quincy Barnesky said...

I am a newsletter subscriber!

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Quincy Barnesky said...

I follow you on Twitter!

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itbbrian said...

I work for the municipality of a large city were we collect glass,tin,paper and plastic recyclables. We also collect garbage! Hundreds of thousands of tons of garbage! Seeing this day after day, well, is a bit disheartening. So, as you can imagine, I, for one, refuse to put any more garbage in the dump than is absolutely necessary ! Packing a Waste-Free lunch is very important to me and has been an easy thing to do for years now. Having a $100+ Waste-Free Lunch Kit from Lavish and Lime would be like having the cadillac of lunch kits!
I Like Lavish and Lime Facebook Page and posted there : Use this link : http://bit.ly/nCQlJE for a chance to help save our planet
I shared it on my Facebook page (itbbrian) : http://www.facebook.com/itbbrian/posts/241134965931602
I follow Lavish and Lime on Twitter as itbbrian and tweeted here : https://twitter.com/#!/itbbrian/status/109111272942993409
I signed up to receive your email newsletter quite some time ago and love it ! (itbbrian@yahoo.ca)
I am emailing this as well with my contact information.

Prairie Girl said...

Packing a waste free lunch is important to me because it is protecting me, my kids, and the environment. Every little bit helps in making us all live a little "cleaner".

Prairie Girl said...

I follow you on FB

Sabrina said...

We have been packing waste-free lunches for a couple years now, and it makes me feel good to be teaching my kids why we don't want to create more garbage than we already do.

Sabrina said...

I'm already following you on Twitter

Sabrina said...

I like you on Facebook

Sabrina said...

I receive your newsletter (and love it!)

Cindy said...

Litterless lunches make me happy! They make me feel like I am doing the best for my family ~ for their health and their future and for our environment.
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I also receive your newletter and "like" you on facebook.

Angela said...

Packing a waste-free lunch is so important to me because it shows my daughters and others that taking care of environment is a priority and a necessity. It is not only super important, but it looks good too!

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Anonymous said...

I also "like" you on Facebook AND receive your newsletters! :)

carschick2000 said...

Packing a waste free lunch for my kids is important for the future of the earth and the ability for my kids to have a healthy future free of toxins and garbage!

Heather Rose said...

This is important to me because I want my kids to understand from an early age how important it is to take care of our planet and to live as lightly as possible.

Superfemme said...

I want to do my part to reduce the amount of waste I produce.

Dawn and Jeremy said...

Just subscribed to your newsletter. Thanks!

RLS said...

packing a wastefree lunch is such an easy task, yet so important. less waste in landfills, less chemicals on our foods, and saves money.

Wendy said...

Packing a litter free lunch is important not only because of the impact on the enviroment now but the important lessons we teach our children so that they can establish life long habits and attitudes towards a cleaner and greener earth.

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