Monday, April 28, 2014

Entenmann’s Little Bites "Recycle…Reuse…Replenish" Fully Recyclable Lunch Campaign {Prize Pack Giveaway!}

Entenmann's logo
Whereas my girls' interests might vary and change over time, one thing that they have both always stayed passionate about is helping the earth.

Whether it is the constant reminders to recycle every piece of paper, the disapproving looks as they hurry over to turn off an unneeded light, or the repeating questions as to why someone would even consider littering, I love knowing that they are growing up with care and concern about our planet.

Recently, we were introduced to yet another way to help make a difference... and it even involves delicious foods — a win-win! I'm not sure who was the most excited to join in the the Entenmann's Little Bites "Recycle… Reuse… Replenish" Fully Recyclable Lunch Campaign!

Little Bites recycle campaign

Entenmann's Bakery, the name that has been making life a little sweeter for more than 100 years with their amazing fresh-baked goods, has partnered with TerraCycle, an international leader in the collection and reuse of non-recyclable post-consumer waste.

Together, this dynamic team has launched the first-ever "Recycle…Reuse…Replenish" Fully Recyclable Lunch campaign that is helping kids become recycling pros and turn trash into cash for their schools!

The process couldn't be much easier (or more tasty). After kids snack on their favorite Entenmann's Little Bites muffins and brownies, they send the empty pouches to TerraCycle to be turned into new products through the Entenmann's Little Bites Pouch Brigade.

terracycle recycle

What a great way to teach kids the importance of reducing waste while earning money for their schools — I love that this unique partnership with TerraCycle demonstrates Entenmann's dedication to recycling and reducing the amount of Entenmann's Little Bites pouches that end up in landfills each year!

As the recycling and upcycling experts at TerraCycle are committed to creating new lives for Entenmann's Little Bites pouches, it is great knowing that the used packaging is turned into innovative new products, while also awarding points for schools that can be redeemed as cash for every Little Bites pouch received.

Entenmann's Little Bites Recycle Triangle

Entenmann's also has a great collection of Little Bites "Recycle…Reuse…Replenish" Fully Recyclable Lunch tips that can help the whole family stay green:

Recycle
  • Check-it: look for numbers and recycling symbols on plastics to know what types get reused.
  • Be sure to recycle your Little Bites pouches with the TerraCycle Brigade programs. Sign up your school if it is not already participating and check out what other lunch items TerraCycle recycles!
Reuse
  • Put your sandwich in reusable lunchbox container to take home and use again.
  • Before you toss anything away, stop to think about how you might be able to use it again. TerraCycle's team of designers make products out of wrappers and packaging and you can find DIY project ideas to try as well!
Replenish
  • Have any leftovers from lunch? Before you throw away, make sure to check out what biodegradable foods can be brought back home to be added to a compost pile.
  • Make compost at home! Be sure to include the three basic ingredients: Browns (dead leaves, branches, twigs, cardboard, newspaper), Greens (grass clippings, vegetable waste, fruit scraps, coffee grounds) and Water to make an effective outdoor composting area. More helpful info on composting at home can be found from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Big Sister E and Little Sister B were more than excited to enjoy the large variety of delicious Little Bites products while also knowing that their pouches would be recycled into things like garbage cans, park benches and even bike racks. Talk about a sweet idea!

Entenmann's Little Bites

Want to join in helping eliminate waste while also earning money for your school or favorite charity? Head over to the Entenmann's Little Bites Pouch Brigade today to find collection locations, see how much money has been raised, sign up and more!

You can also find out more about the full collection of decadent, drool-worthy Entenmann's selections by visiting Entenmanns.com and connecting with them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Plus, thanks to their generosity, one person will be celebrating Earth Month and beyond in a yummy way as well, because...

One lucky person will win an
Entenmann's Earth Month Prize Pack* (ARV $60)!

Entenmann's giveaway
*Prize pack includes (1) $25 Home Depot gift card, (4) $5 Entenmann's Little Bites coupons and (1) Little Bites upcycled Lunch Sack made by TerraCycle.


A big thank you to Entenmann's for providing the coupons, gift card and upcycled lunch sack for me as well as for one lucky giveaway winner, however, this giveaway is being brought to you by Thanks, Mail Carrier, not Entenmann's. The opinions shared are my own and honest and if you really need to see more, click here to see how I roll.

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13ledwards said...

Thank you for the giveaway. This is a cute lunch bag!

Candice said...

I love it! I always try to reduce and recycle, but would like to start reusing items too.

Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

It is a great idea! A lot of waste can be reduced and many recycled into other products!

Mysharona said...

It is a great idea.

Mami2jcn said...

I think the 'Recycle...Reuse...Replenish' Fully Recyclable Lunch Campaign is definitely a worthwhile cause!

Pink and Green Mom said...

I think it is fantastic. It's good to start kids out young learning about how they can help reduce waste.

Joanne said...

Glad that big business is working toward a clean environment!

Nikki said...

I think it's a great idea to get kids thinking about what happens and what *can* happen with the packaging of all their favorite snacks :)

Anonymous said...

I think its a wonderful campaign that encourages other to do some good!

d schmidt said...

I think its a great idea and definitely something my children would enjoy being involved in.

Kelly Massman said...

I think it is a very good idea to promote recycling and reusing items! We need to take care of our Earth!

Unknown said...

I think the Campaign is a great thing!

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Ashley T. said...

I think it's a wonderful campaign!!

Tammy S said...

I think the idea is great! It's a great way to teach kids about taking care of our environment.

Kimberly said...

Anything that gets kids involved in recycling sounds good to me.

Traci said...

I love compost....my mom has had one since i can remember. Just moved into a new house and starting one soon

Janet W. said...

I think it's a wonderful campaign and a great way to teach kids about reducing waste!

JC said...

I love this campaign, great to give kids chances to respect and save our Earth.

Christina said...

I love it! We do as much as we can, as a family, to reduce-reuse-recycle.. so I think its great to see companies (especially ones my kids love - they always take the mini muffins in their lunch) having a part in something that is so important.

Kristen said...

It's a good idea...we all need reminders as we can all do better!

Unknown said...

I think it's a workable idea and I'm glad to see they're offering it thorugh multiple blogs or sweeps areas.

Natalie said...

I think it is a great campaign and sending a great message to young kids.

steve weber said...

I think it's a wonderful thing they are doing.

dannyscotland said...

I love this program. I actually tried to get the school at which my mother works to participate (I don't have elementary school aged children) but they weren't interested (boo hiss). My daughter's preschool also did not participate, and at that point I just gave up. We go through TONS of these pouches and I hate throwing them away when I know they can be recycled! I'm excited to check out the link for finding locations where they can be recycled.

Shelly Peterson said...

It's a wonderful campaign. great for bringing more awareness.

peg42 said...

I think that this campaign is a wonderful way to bring awareness to recycling.

Darlene said...

I love that a donation is being made to a good group for recycling.

Heather B said...

I think it is a great idea and a good thing for kids to be learning and practicing.

Stacy said...

The lunch bag is cute and I love that it encourages kids to reuse and recycle.

Tracie Brown said...

I think it's great! sometimes we take for granted things we have and just toss them out instead of reusing or recycling. It's great that it's educating people!

jlafount said...

Anything to keep the world cleaner and teach kids something is good

Stephanie Ann said...

I think it's a great idea! wish more companies had campaigns like this one!

bettycd said...

I appreciate that brands are embracing recycling and every effort helps

tawndam said...

I think it's wonderful! I only hope that schools are being supportive & encouraging it now, too!

scottsgal said...

It's great they're encouraging kids to recycle at a young age

Kelly Skibbe said...

I like the idea of teaching kids. Every little bit helps!

Mammamayor said...

I think it's a great idea Natalie,natbelinsky@verizon.net

Maryea said...

Absolutely agree with this program...I try to reuse everything I can, recycle the rest if possible.
We grow most of our own food. Guess that's our replenishing part.

Tamar said...

I love the idea of it. Love the idea of recycling for schools!

buzzd said...

It is a great idea.

slehan said...

Teach your children well... Good idea.
Thanks for the contest.

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Jakes Movie Reviews said...

I think everyone should recycle glad to see this being promoted :)

puye said...

I think the Campaign is a great thing

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kelly tupick said...

I think it's a great idea. I always try to recycle and reuse what I can. If everyone did this every day, we would see a whole lot less wasted. The schools should try to implement a group or club just for this purpose and to help kids to learn how to reuse and recycle what they can.

Tracey said...

I think it's a great idea whose time has come
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Sadie said...

I think that this campaign is a great way to remind kids about recycling.

smdrm said...

The campaign is a great idea. It's good to get kids thinking about recycling early so it becomes a habit.

ide2678 said...

I think it is a great idea.

tat2gurlzrock said...

Wonderful campaign! Never too early to teach children how important this is!

Unknown said...

wonderful giveaway

sweeps9854 said...

I love seeing corporations doing good for the environment! It makes me happy to see entenmanns putting this kind of effort it.

Missy said...

What an awesome way to get the little ones involved!

juliemurphy said...

It only makes sense. There is to much waste.

Unknown said...

delicious

Ellie Wright said...

I think it's a great idea to get kids involved.

Unknown said...

I homeschooled, and was always looking for ways to teach my children ways to help the environment. This is a great idea to encourage children to reuse and recycle.

Anonymous said...

It is THE BEST idea! IF ONLY we could get everyone to recycle. I know people who do not. And they do it because it does take a bit of work! Some people are way too lazy and do not actually see the big picture.

Deborah Wellenstein said...

It's a great campaign! I always like to see businesses take responsibility for the way they do business in regard to their footprint on this planet.

Tamra said...

It's a wonderful idea, we all need to recycle!

kellyr78 said...

I think this campaign is a good way to raise awareness about how much garbage goes into the dumps from disposable wrappers.
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Anonymous said...

It's nice to see larger brands producing food in a more sustainable way. I had no idea they were doing this and gained more respect for the company.

Tiffany Banks said...

I love it! I think it is a good way to help teach kids how to recycle.

B. Wilson @ Windy {City} Wilsons said...

Of course I love the campaign. Yummy food and working toward bettering the environment with packaging. Win win.

clc408 said...

I love the idea of reusable. I do anything I can to help the environment.

latanya t said...

I love it!

Kimberly M. said...

I think it's a wonderful campaign and am so glad that companies are actually starting to care about GMO's, the planet, etc. It has to be a worldwide project to protect people and the planet. It also teaches children about recycling. Great idea.

Unknown said...

I think it's a great way to get people thinking a little more about the wastes they are producing and also about ways to recycle.

Tara said...

Love the tip about re-using lunch containers instead of plastic bags. It's such an easy thing to do!

llinda29 said...

The Entenmann's Little Bites 'Recycle...Reuse...Replenish' Fully Recyclable Lunch Campaign is proactive

sohamolina said...

It is a great campaign. Makes a lot of sense.

Unknown said...

I think that the Recycle, Reuse, Replenish Recycleable lunch campaign is great, I like that they are making a conscious effort to reuse their products, and I love the lunch pack

Natalie B. said...

Hi! I think this campaign is a great idea! All of the packaging we throw away makes a crazy amount of garbage and if they have a way to reduce it great! I love the Little Bites too. Yummy! Thanks

Unknown said...

I love the recycling part: we need to teach our children by example.

Kia89 said...

I think its a wonderful campaign.

kdkdkd said...

I think it is great, my kids are learning all about the environment at school and home

jbmthill said...

Love the campaign. Love little bites and what a great way to teach our children about recycle and replenish!
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Beth H

Sioux City Sue said...

Need to teach children the importance of recycling and giving them a good treat will help reinforce that message.

Liz said...

Fabulous idea. Very responsible.

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Anne said...

I think Entenmann's campaign is great! Sometimes a reminder like this fun campaign is just what I need to keep up my resolve to do my part.

Denise said...

I was raised by my grandparents in the 70's, who had come of age in the depression. Avoiding waste was a big thing with them and my brother & I absorbed it well. A campaign like this really resonates with me.

Unknown said...

A great way to reduce and reuse.

Linda said...

I think it is a fun and good way to teach children to reuse.
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mullin77 said...

I think it is a great idea to
help teach children about recycle and reduce and reuse.
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Some Lucky Dog said...

Honestly...I think it's great that the package can be recycled, but I'd rather recycle at home and I'll teach my student about it myself. Let's do other more important things at school and get the corporations out of the classroom. I'm happy to make a monetary donation to our schools.

Daph said...

I whole-heartedly approve! :)

Unknown said...

I think this a great idea. Any thing that can be reused helps the whole world. The campaign also teaches kids about recycling and helps schools. What could be better?

Unknown said...

I think when big companies encourage recycling it has a big impact on peoples thinking.So,I think they are great to do this.

camp3369 said...

I love their campaign as well as my kids!
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kim h said...

Any campaign to help restore our planet is GREAT!! thanks!!

furygirl3132 said...

I love this campaign! It really teaches kids (and adults) the importance of recycling and saving what we have left of our planet. Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway!

Eloise
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sksweeps said...

I think it's great! Every bit helps, and teaching our kids is so important for our future

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Unknown said...

I think it's great that bigger companies are getting on board and making efforts to go green!!! Every little bit from everyone adds up!
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chickie717 said...

Yes it is great by going green and I like the ideal that it is recyclable.

cosmic_cat84 said...

I think it's awesome!

tammmm said...

It is very important to me to recycle and reuse so to see this blog post makes me think about it in a new way.

sparkedcat said...

This is a great campaign. We have a compost barrel that is well used.

Unknown said...

Awesome Idea! I love teaching my kids taking care of their environment

wigget said...

great idea, though i think they stole it from capri sun. also, i don't know how much the recycled products would be used

Lissa Crane said...

I love this idea of these big companies taking responsibility for the packaging of their products! We love mini bites in our home and eat them all the time, so its great to know that they understand!

Unknown said...

Going green and recycling is a great idea. Keep it up.

Unknown said...

Going green and recycling is a great idea. Keep it up.

Diane said...

I have a special composting station in my backyard. I garden and use the composted material as natural fertilizer. This recycling program is great. Love to see things used again instead of going into a landfill.

bbrittbrat1398 said...

I think it is a great idea, we need to keep our planet clean.
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Unknown said...

I think the 'Recycle...Reuse...Replenish' campaign is an awesome idea. Anything that can help our planet and convert people into recyclers is great!

Helga said...

I think its catchy and a great message.

Tara said...

I like the idea! Cute lunch bag, too!

Unknown said...

I think that keeping the planet clean is a great idea!

LesleyfromWI said...

I like it and the fact that it is teaching our children to keep the planet clean!

Unknown said...

I really like the concept of the Campaign. The bags are cute also.

Tweedy said...

i like the idea and the bags are so cute

Dave said...

I love it, I try to reuse stuff often and know my kids buy into it when my daughter brings home everything in every lunch bag :)

emchelly77 said...

i think the program is great i remember we used to have to separate the trash and the garbage when i was a kid! it helps make people more aware of what they are throwing away1

BusyMom said...

Good campaign

Sandra VanHoey said...

I love this idea. We will check this out soon and get involved

wabashriver1 said...

It is a great idea.

Growl Tiger said...

I think it is a really good idea and well designed

kyl neusch said...

he Campaign is a great thing

Robin O said...

I fully support the "Recycle…Reuse…Replenish" campaign...anything we can do to save the earth is a good idea!

Snowpuff said...

Very nice; hope to win. My son IS a mail carrier!

rj7777 said...

I love them! I have tried them and they are the perfect size too! The blueberry are great! They are perfect for snacks at anytime of the day too!

Rebecca Orr said...

We are big on recycling as much as we can. I think this a great program!

Denise S. said...

It sounds like a good idea and a good influence on kids.

Unknown said...

Sounds like a great campaign...one step further would be to stop using plastic for their packages!!

Francine Anchondo said...

I think it is a great idea

Allison Downes said...

I think that this is a cool idea. I love how companies like this promote recycling!

Debbie Ritenour said...

I think its a great campaign and a wonderful thing to promote!

SB said...

A good idea, makes me feel better about this brand

Anonymous said...

I think the Campaign is a great. Keep recycling.

Unknown said...

Great Idea, I love new ways to recycle and help our environment

corey1971 said...

Its a wonderful idea!!! (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

Teresa Young said...

Entenmanns Little Bites make a great gran-and-go snack.

Unknown said...

I really like that they have a plan to make recycling easier and fun!

Carolyn Daley said...

I think the 'Recycle...Reuse...Replenish' Fully Recyclable Lunch Campaign is great for teaching people to utilize the resources to help our planet. I think we need to be involved in reducing waste in whatever ways possible and this campaign is great for teaching people the different methods.

Candace said...

I think it's a great idea. I wish the whole world would participate.

Unknown said...

great campaign, wish it lots of success!

PAIGE said...

I like any campaign that supports recycle and reuse!
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Unknown said...

I think it's a very good campaign.

Unknown said...

I think it's a good idea. Even if you already do it, it never hurts to get a reminder.

Kathleen Mc said...

I think it's a pretty great campaign! I like that the goodies are in appropriately sized packages and I like that they have the schools involved like Campbell's. I think itll work out great!

Kristy Thiel said...

I really like it; it's definitely a way to get people thinking differently!

Anonymous said...

I like the program, a little unsure of the saving things from lunch at school, but we compost what we don't eat at home.

Unknown said...

I think it this is an awesome campaign to get families involved.

Unknown said...

It's awesome to educate the children. When I was growing up nobody ever talked about recycling or for that matter any conservation. Bravo!

nicolesender said...

I think that it's a great idea to focus on recycling. The campaign was a good idea.

Laura said...

Their campaign caught the attention of my 7yo son last month, so its working!

Treesa said...

This is such a great idea. I love it!

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Mer said...

This looks like a great way to encourage recycling!

Jennifer T. said...

I love the idea of recycling packaging like Entenmann's is encouraging. It's a forgotten piece of the waste and recycling stream.

DesiredOne said...

I try to follow this in my life so I think it is wonderful.

Unknown said...

Its great that the company is encouraging recycling; this is something we do at home already!

jlee said...

I appreciate companies that care about the environment! Everything helps!

Melissa Storms said...

I thin it's an awesome campaign and I will be even more likely to buy the Little Bites because of it.
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Shannon said...

I love it and I think it is great that they use something that would be thrown away to make something new!

mecarolks said...

I think the Campaign is a great thing!

Deb K said...

I think the 'Recycle...Reuse...Replenish' Fully Recyclable Lunch Campaign is Awesome!

Mrs. Rogers said...

What an amazing campaign!

wen budro said...

I think that it's an awesome idea. It's a great reminder for me to try to do my part consistently.

auntietina said...

I think it's brilliant. Getting kids to think about trash/recycling/reusing early is the way to change habits.

Unknown said...

I think the campaign is an excellent idea

daniel thornton said...

I think its good that they are teaching kids to recycle.

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polly said...

We need to teach our children/grandchildren at a very early age. We need to leave them a clean world to live in.

Vivaalajuicy said...

wonderful idea

jcwega27 said...

The campaign is really great. Good for kids.

matope said...

its a great idea. really helpful to make it on a kids level

Roy F. said...

A good way to get kids to start recycling.

Unknown said...

I "RE"-ally love their campaign. It's "RE-freshing!

melmorgan4 said...

It is a good idea and a great way to remind all of us to recycle.

Cori Westphal said...

What better way to get kids as well as adults thinking about taking care of our planet, than bringing in the donuts to teach us!

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Rebecca W. said...

It's a good idea and helpful for those that are not sure about how to recycle.

kelly nicholson said...

Leave a comment on this blog post telling me what you think of Entenmann's Little Bites

hardkly ever eat them..i do like the cookies

Unknown said...

I think it is great that companies are doing more to promote going green.

Unknown said...

I think it's a great idea!!!

Unknown said...

i love it i think its a cute and a really good idea

Unknown said...

Great campaign. We recycle, reuse and repurpose in our house. We also are always looking for ways to save on water and electricity.

kansas_krystal said...

I think it great big companies are starting to become for earth friendly

Dawn said...

I like the taste of course and the convince.

Unknown said...

its a great idea.i recycle as much as i can.and we reuse and repurpose as much as possible

Bakersdozen said...

I love the idea. I try to recycle as much as possible. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

Michelle White said...

I think it is great. My kids love their reusable snack bags and anything that encourages the 3 Rs is a good thing!

Heather said...

I think its great! Wish more companies did this.

Jessica Cox said...

I think that its awesome its a great lesson to our kids to reuse

Anonymous said...

Great idea and a good reminder

johnnyp said...

I think it is a great campaign

Unknown said...

I think it is a responsible campaign from a delicious company.

momo said...

Love the idea, a good cause to really help cut down on waste in our landfills.

annies home said...

love the idea great way to teach kids about recycling and remind adults

Stephanie - Couponing Momma said...

I think it's a great idea.

Unknown said...

I love the campaign. It's great when a company takes the initiative to help change the world for the better. It's a great cause.

Donna Hufman Warrington said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this campaign, if more companies would do this, the world would be a better place...thumbs-up to Entenmann's

Unknown said...

I think it is a great idea! Teaches children and adults alike to not waste!
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Unknown said...

Waste not, want not!

rhonda1111 said...

I love the smaller size they are great portions

Serena said...

I love it! I'm a big on recycling. I think you should recycle whenever you possibly can.

Unknown said...

I think it's great! It's a great concept to teach to kids!

CindyWindy2003 said...

Its a great campaign, we have to take care of our planet!

Douglas Houston said...

I think it's a great a program, I never realized how much paper and plastic we went through until we started recycling.

Unknown said...

Keep up the great work love what you do

aperry said...

It's a good campaign... now if they would remove gmo's from their products... that you be even better.

Unknown said...

I like it ,my family recycles all that we can

playswithclay said...

It's great to see a company act responsibly and take care of the waste it created.

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