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Friday, July 20 2012

What’s more, the green alternative to aluminium foil in which I wrapped their sandwiches ( made them the talk of the school canteen. Read more…


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Issue 56 Easter Issue

New Ecosnackwrap has lunches all wrapped-up. Read


Product of the Month. Read more


Norwich mum Donna Grant launching Eco Snack Wrap, a green option for packing sandwiches and snacks for a picnic or school lunch. Donna pictured with her children L-R Patrick aged 9, Natasha aged 4 and Jimmy aged 11.

Norwich mum launches a green snack wrap

Annabelle Dickson
Friday, February 18, 2011
6:45 AM

A Norwich woman is urging people to think about the planet when they are packing their picnic lunches. Read more

Sandwich wraps – have you converted?

My biggest bug bear with lunch – the cling film. I’ve used paper, but they complain the sandwiches get dry. Plus, it’s such an expensive waste. Plastic bags – again, waste waste waste. I’ve TRIED re-using them, but it’s such a pain in the &rse washing and inside-out-ing and tenting them to dry properly. But using cling film stabs my green conscience every single morning..

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November 18, 2010 by Brenda
Filed under Featured Posts, Food & Drink, Reviews

What is it: Sandwich wrap and snack pocket from Ecosnackwrap.
Who is testing it
Ellie and her ever-hungry family. We’ve had a different brand of snack wrap before, but were very keen to try this one as it’s ethically manufactured, biodegradable, and PVC, phthalate and heavy-metal free.
In use



Aug 17,2010.

Green lunchbox idea

With schools starting back in a few weeks, one local Mum is selling an eco-friendly alternative for lunchboxes. Eco Snack Wraps are machine washable and replace the need for cling film or tin foil……

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