8 school supply and snack brands that give back to kids in need
This Bar Saves Lives
Shop MABLE toothbrushes at Amazon here
MABLE is on a mission to make the planet better with its biodegradable bamboo toothbrushes. Through a simple switch from plastic to bamboo, you can reduce your impact on growing landfills, without sacrificing health or convenience. MABLE not only employs a one-for-one model that gives toothbrushes to kids in the US, but it also visits schools to teach kids about sustainable choices and personal health.
Love with Food
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Growing kids love to snack, but it's important to feed them the right types of snacks. Love with Food proves snacking doesn't have to be an evil term — it can be healthy and delicious. The subscription service curates all the best organic, all-natural, or gluten-free snack brands, including cookies, candy, and chips, every month into one box, then donates meals to organizations like Feeding America and The Global Food Banking Network.
Shop Annie's pasta and snacks at Amazon and Target here
Packing lunch every day doesn't have to be stressful thanks to the variety of options from natural and organic food brand Annie's. You may primarily think of mac and cheese or cheddar bunny snacks when you hear the name, but it also makes many more organic foods like cereal, frozen meals, and even ketchup. It works with a number of partners, including FoodCorps and Grants for Gardens, both of which teach students in high-need schools about gardening and healthy food options.
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