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    Any one know of brands/websites that have eco friendly/reusable containers that are cheap??? I keep checking in woolies and even when the back to school stuff was out there wasnt anything that caught my eye. Amazon on the other hand (and id rather find somewhere in aus first) they have some great stuff like yogurt pouches. They have lots of things that i buy in a pack like pretzels and put in containers so just needing like a set so it all fits nicely but bright colours so kids are still interested and excited. TIA

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    I have bought some things from here: http://www.4myearth.com.au

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    have a look at www.reuseit.com

    Its USA based, and postage can be anywhere from $4.95-$15, but even with postage added, its still cheaper in most cases.

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    What are the yoghurt pouches like? Ive seen some really nice ones but they're not available in australia.

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    State of green has some pretty cool stuff. I like the silicone sandwhich bags.

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    I just use the Nude Food stuff that you can get in Coles. Pretty solid build and I haven't mangled them yet.

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    squeeze ems are pouches in australia

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    Love the nude food range of lunchboxes!


 

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