Ziploc Evolve Bags

by - 7/23/2009

PhotobucketLooking for ways to turn your brown bag lunch a little “greener?” SC Johnson, the makers of Ziploc®, is introducing sandwich and storage bags with a design that’s better for the environment. New Ziploc Evolve sandwich and storage bags are made with 25% less plastic and with wind energy.

SC Johnson encourages families to try new twists on traditional packed lunches and leftovers, and offers solutions that are easier on the wallet and the environment:

  • Add class to lunchtime favorites. Toting your lunch can save you up to $2,250 a year, but it doesn’t have to mean PB&Js every day. For a gourmet-style sandwich, try topping hearty whole-grain bread with fruit chutney, turkey or ham, and Havarti or Swiss cheese, or pack flatbread crackers, cheeses, olives, and pickles for a Euro-inspired lunch.
  • Turn a “brown bag” lunch green. For a “green bag” lunch, use a reusable insulated lunch bag or box, and pack locally grown, seasonal foods in Ziploc evolve bags. Check the produce signs at your favorite grocery or superstore to see where your fruits and vegetables were grown, or visit a local farmers market.
  • Leave leftovers behind. Stretch grocery dollars by preserving leftovers in food storage bags – but instead of reheating last night’s dinner, bring leftovers back to life in new recipes. Make delicious fried rice by sautéing leftover rice, meat and veggies with a beaten egg and a dash of soy sauce. Or use canned tomatoes and vegetables to make homemade pasta sauce for dinner one night, and save the unused ingredients for chili another night.
The bags are available in sandwich ($2.49), quart ($3.49) and gallon ($3.49) sizes.
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