Reusable Food Pouches from Squeez’Ems

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I send my kids to school with reusable lunch products everyday. It is a pain to wash everything, but to me it is better than creating waste everyday. I would be using 3-4 plastic bags in each of my kid’s lunch boxes everyday. That means that every week my kids would be throwing away 30-35 baggies. I keep looking for different ways to reduce waste, so when I saw Squeez’Ems, I knew these would be a perfect addition to my reusable stash.


Reusable Food Pouches from Squeez’Ems

Squeez’Ems are reusable food pouches. You can fill them with any kind of pureed food. They can be filled with pureed fruits and veggies for babies and for older kids they fit perfectly in lunch boxes. I like to put applesauce in them for my kids. With apple season here, I plan to make a huge batch. You can also fill them with yogurt. The pouches are easy to disassemble and clean. The top part comes off and allows you to fill the pouch where there is a wide mouth. Once you put the top part back on, you can still remove a small cap to reveal where you can eat out of it.


Reusable Food Pouches from Squeez’Ems



Squeez’Ems Features:

  • BPA, PVC & Phthalate Free
  • One piece to eliminate lost parts
  • Freezer, microwave and top rack dishwasher safe
  • Environmentally friendly and cost conscious
  • Perfect for lunch boxes and travel


I like that you can freeze the pouches because then they stay cold as they wait in my kids lunch boxes for lunch time. My kids like using them and think they are cool to reuse them. I like using these pouches and now I don’t have to buy packaged applesauce, which can increase waste


You can buy a two pack for $7.99 at BooginHead. You can also buy them on .


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About Brittney Minor

Brittney is the owner/author of Brittleby's Corner. As a mom to 2 kids, she knows the importance of living a simple, healthy, and natural lifestyle. Brittney actively searches for greener ways to live and shares them with her readers.

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