from Massachusetts took a canning jar and designed a leak free lid to turn an everyday glass into a travel mug. It’s called the CUPPOW, an inexpensive, durable and super easy to clean alternative to the paper cup and plastic lid or the typical travel mug options. The CUPPOW is BPA free, 100% recyclable and made in the USA. The founders, Joshua Resnikoff and Aaron Panone both use the product, a sign it does what it claims. A good sign indeed.
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Kids can be..
Goodbyn Bynto Kit
picky eaters. Well, grown ups can too, but who really likes having their food all jumbled together? The bynto kits from Goodbyn keep everything in place, as it should be. Depending on which you choose, there are three or five compartments in each lunch box, and they come in an assortment of colors. They’re dishwasher safe, 100% recyclable, BPA free, made in the USA and even come with a drink bottle too. As an added bonus there are stickers for kids to personalize their own kit, so there are no more lunch time mix-ups.
govino Wine Glasses
means lots of picnics in the park (which in itself is a pretty great thing). I was thrilled to come across these shatterproof glasses from govino at the wine shop in my neighborhood. They are made from BPA-free polymer which means it acts much like crystal and reflects a wine’s color and aromatics. Portable, reusable and recyclable – quite a clever concept. Pack up a blanket, some wine and get outside guys!
From here to there..
the Stanley Thermos is a reliable companion to have. Growing up in a blue collar family, this classic thermos was always around. It will keep anything cold or hot for 24 hours, making it perfect for the beach, camping or long summer road trips. The company has been delivering tons of great products since 1913 and I’m thinking this flask might make a fitting father’s day gift.
Photo: Freeman’s Sporting Goods