Munch: Making lunchboxes MMMMMM!

This week we’ve been having fun with the goodies sent to us from Munch to show you!

Munch is a New Zealand business, growing fast and run by mums – the type of business we love to support! It was started by Anna when she wrote and published a cookbook for young families (available here:, I really want a copy!). She is ultra passionate about good quality homemade food for families, feeding our kids well, being sustainable and eco-friendly. Munch is run around the demands of family life and yet continues to grow with a comprehensive website, online shop and blog.

First up, as soon as I unpacked the parcel, the green spoon was taken!  The Spoon Straw is a spoon and straw in one so its big hit with kids – my toddler loves it! It retails for $12.95 and it is one of the most sturdy BPA-free plastic spoons/straws I have seen, so it’s gonna last awhile! My tot loves it in cereal and smoothies 🙂

Munch is now making a lot of their own products, and with that they introduced fundraising ventures. Supporting communities while being educational and fun, these have been a hit in schools and childcare centres – find out more: http://www.munchcooking.com/fundraising/

One of the popular fundraising items is Munch’s very own product – reusable lunch wraps and pouches. The baggies allow you to store food (trail mixes, cookies, muffins and whole fruit) and sandwiches and have absolutely nothing bas in them – just fabric! They’re easy to wash and reuse! At $13.99 each, you know you’re getting a great product at very good value. Suss them out here: http://www.munchcupboard.com/shop/munch-made-products/munch-baggies-tiki

The last product we used for reviewing is the Squish Delish reusable pouches! Alisa reviewed them with her family so look out for a review later this week!

Munch run giveaways and can let you know about sales on their Facebook page. They also have loads of fantastic recipes on their blog, including our very own recipe from The Motherhood Project!

*These reviews are entirely our own opinion, we were given the products to review.

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