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Entenmann’s has a fun Earth Day promotion right now — that I get to share with you!
In all my meal planning classes, I teach how it saves a LOT of money when you pack your own lunch!
Just think — if you buy lunch each day, at a cost of $8. We are talking a 5 day work week, (now at $40) and working 50 weeks a year (2 off for vacation). That all adds up to a grand total of $2,000!!!!
See how it pays to bring your own lunch???
Let’s save even more money:
- Buy reuseable lunch bags (that are insulated)
- Buy a few reuseable lunch containers (so you aren’t tossing a ton of zippy baggies every week)
- Buy larger sized packages of things like chips, pudding and break them down into smaller portions yourself
- Bring your own drinks
- Use your leftovers from family dinners
- Time is money too: find neat items that make packing lunch speedy!
Now that we have all these great, frugal lunches – I want to talk about the cool set that we are giving away!
Entenmamn’s, Home Depot and TerraCycle are all involved.
I ADORE the TerraCycle concept of recycling programs that reward the schools with cash or charity gifts for each pouch received. Parents can make a difference, too. To learn how to become a team leader and get your children’s school signed up to recycle Entenmann’s Little Bites pouches, please visit TerraCycle.com.
So, here is the prize package I get to give you: The same TerraCycle insulated lunch bag that you see on Miss Sarah, Coupons for Entenmann’s products of your choice, a $25 Home Depot gift card!
About Entenmann’s Bakery
Founded in 1898, Entenmann’s® Bakery has over 100 sweet baked goods, including donuts, Little Bites, crumb cakes and chocolate chip cookies. Entenmann’s products are baked by the Bimbo Bakeries USA companies (BBU). BBU is a leader in the baking industries known for its category leading brands, innovative products, freshness and quality. Our team of more than 28,000 U.S. associates operates 75 manufacturing locations in the United States. 13,500 distribution routes deliver our leading brands such as Arnold®, Bimbo®, Boboli®, Brownberry®, Entenmann’s®, Francisco®, Freihofer’s®, Heiner’s ®, Marinela®, Mrs Baird’s®, Oroweat®, Sara Lee®, Stroehmann®, Thomas’®, and Tia Rosa®.
TerraCycle, Inc. is an international upcycling and recycling company that takes difficult-to recycle-packaging and turns it into affordable, innovative products. Founded in 2001, TerraCycle is the world’s leader in the collection and reuse of non-recyclable post-consumer waste, working with more than 40 major brands globally to collect used packaging and products that would otherwise be destined for landfills. TerraCycle repurposes that waste into new, innovative materials and products that are available online and through major retailers. The waste is collected through TerraCycle’s Brigade programs, which are free fundraisers that pay for every piece of waste collected and returned. For information on how to join a TerraCycle Brigade and on purchasing TerraCycle products please visit our website.
Just follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter to enter! Good luck!