RUSSBE is providing an environmentally friendly alternative to packing snacks and lunches in generic, wasteful paper bags and plastic sacks. Its reusable snack and sandwich bags allows people to cut back on paper and plastic waste without breaking the bank.
While disposable storage bags may be easy and convenient, they are extremely harmful to the environment, say company officials, who is hoping to reverse this trend. The 3-ply food grade plastic construction, with reinforced seams and locking seal, not only keeps food fresh and stops leaks during the chaotic journey from the bus to the lunchroom.
With a stand-up bag design, RUSSBE bags come in eight different design patterns and two sizes to fit any personality and style. With the average family spending upwards of a $100 a year on disposable sandwich bags, RUSSBE reusable lunch and snack bags, save consumers both money and guilt. They are priced at $5.99 for a pack of four (two snack and two sandwich bags).
RUSSBE bags are easy to clean, dishwasher safe and easy to hand wash with soap and hot water. Hang upside down for a quick dry and it is ready to use again. RUSSBE bags will be hitting the shelves of major retailers nationwide this September.