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After School Snack. I love having a treat for my kids, but often dread getting something out and prepared. Baking cookies takes too long in my busy days. Popcorn becomes a hazard for the baby. Popsicles leave a sticky mess everywhere.
My favorite snack to give the kids is Entenmann’s® Little Bites®. They come in individual packets – yay for no arguing over the snack bowl! They are also made with real ingredients. AND we can turn around and send the pouches Terracycle and earn a little money for the kids’ school.
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I’ve got some budding environmentalists here in my house. Chloe loves saving every scrap of garbage and creating all kinds of things out of them. That is pretty much what Terracycle does too.
Terracycle® is an international recycling company that turns waste into reusable plastic. From park benches to recycling bins, to playground equipment – Terracycle is turning our trash into treasures.
The great part is we can get involved too! All you have to do is take the pledge to recycle today. When you send in your box of Little Bites Pouches weighing over 5lbs you’ll receive 2 points. These points can then be redeemed for cash for your school!
BONUS! Now through the end of April when you make the pledge to recycle you can enter to win a Classroom Party for the school of your choice, and your first and second shipment of Little Bites Pouches will receive 500 and 1000 bonus points. One lucky school will win a classroom party that includes 5 boxes of Entenmann’s Little Bites and 100 recycled Pencil cases.
When the kids finish their snack I have them collect the pouches together so we can save them for our next shipment to Terracycle.