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Reusable Straws: What's the big deal?

Reusable Straws: What's the big deal?

Reusable drinking straws are becoming more popular as single-use plastic straws are quickly being phased out. We are so excited to produce reusable silicone straws that are MADE IN CANADA, safe for your teeth and easy to clean!  Measuring 10" long, they're great for using in tall glasses and tumblers. They even have a cute little Colibri logo at the bottom. You can also use them for both hot and cold drinks. We took it a step further and created a custom, made in Canada cleaning brush with self-healing nylon brushes. You can be confident that your straw is clean...

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All about school fundraisers

We work with over 120 schools, daycares and non-profit groups each year to help raise money and encourage litterless lunches! This year we introduced online ordering and added our regular wet bags and organic cotton washcloths to the product offerings.  We have two main priorities for this program: 1. Make it easy.  Schools send home the information and families either place their orders online or use the paper order form to send a cheque to the school.  The paper orders are submitted using our online portal and all orders are then packed, labelled and shipped to the school for distribution....

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3 Things You Should Know About Wet Bags

3 Things You Should Know About Wet Bags

Whether you're a seasoned pro or you're new to wet bags, these are the things you must know!  

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Ultimate Snack Bag Guide Q&A

Ultimate Snack Bag Guide Q&A

Have you been using our snack bags for years, or are you just getting started?  This post has everything you need to know about reusable snack bags. 1. They look so cute, but how do I wash them? This is probably the most common question we get.  Cleaning our snack bags is SO easy.  You can toss them in the washing machine and drier. If you need to use them again the next day, you can wash them out in the sink and hang to dry, or just wipe out the inside. Tip: hang a wet bag on your oven...

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Then and Now

Then and Now

In our last post I told the story of how my sister and I started this business back in 2008.  Now I’m going to talk about where we are now.  Let me tell you, it’s quite the jump from those early days sewing in our basements while the kids were napping. We now rent the 2nd floor of one of the oldest buildings in our town from our local non-profit senior’s association.  We have about 1100sq feet of space plus another 300sq feet of storage space in the basement.  We really love that our rent goes to a non-profit group that...

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