RUSSBE Launches New Brand of Reusable Snack and Sandwich Bags
By Mel Fabrikant Sunday, September 01, 2013, 05:36 PM EDT
While disposable storage bags may be easy and convenient, they are extremely harmful to the environment. Hoping to reverse this trend, each RUSSBE sandwich bag has the potential to keep hundreds of disposable bags out of the landfill all while keeping chips, cookies and sandwiches fresh and ready to enjoy.
RUSSBE bags keep food safe all while contributing to the fight against pollution by their ability to be reused time and time again. According to the EPA, “each child who brings a brown bag lunch to school every day generates about 67 pounds of waste by the end of the school year.” The 3-ply food grade plastic construction, -with reinforced seams and locking seal, not only- keeps food fresh and stops leaks, but make them ideal for- packing school lunches as they endure the chaotic journey from the bus to the lunchroom.
With an easy to identify, stand up bag design, RUSSBE bags come in a variety of designs 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. What is more, RUSSBE bags are a breeze 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 are available for purchase online at Amazon.com and will be hitting the shelves of major retailers nationwide this September. RUSSBE bags come in packs of four, available in eight different design patterns and two sizes.
RUSSBE is a new brand under parent company GENMERT, known for their specialty products for the kitchen. RUSSBE’S goal is to provide innovative products at competitive prices to meet or exceed the constantly changing lifestyles of the consumer. Environmentally conscious RUSSBE stands out among competitors to bring people an eco-friendly and affordable alternative to disposable lunch and snack bags. Dedicating a conscious effort to bring awareness to the amount of avoidable waste our country generates every year.