Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Oh, the struggles of trying to create fun-yet-eco-friendly holidays for the family! Last year I blogged about the ONLY company who sells hollow wooden eggs - a great (but slightly pricey) lifetime solution for Easter egg hunts. This year I want to give a big shout out to a brand new, one-of-a-kind environmentally friendly Easter egg solution: the cool, colorful AND compostable Eco Eggs. What a great concept! Eco Eggs look just like the cute toxic plastic eggs we all loved as kids - but this hot new product is made from corn (not petroleum) and is 100% biodegradable. Unlike plastic eggs, which are virtually all made in China, Eco Eggs are made in the USA. They can be reused for years, are extra-large (will easily store small bags of candy or small toys), and relatively affordable. A case of 96 eggs (two 48-egg packages of 3" x 2.25" eggs) is only $30! (Shipping is a bit steep at - but still worth it for the quality of the product).
Eco Eggs just sent me a dozen to check out in person and I can tell you they are well made, extremely hardy, and absolutely adoreable. A package of Eco Eggs will definitely outlast its plastic alternative.
Click here to visit EcoEggs.com and place your order TODAY if you want them in time for Easter!
Friday, March 9, 2012
Click here to thank Cambell's for taking this big step and to ask them to disclose their phase-out plan in its entiretly.