Goodbyn + Salvation Army New Jersey


Goodbyn recently donated Goodbyn products to the Salvation Army in New Jersey. Families and their children continue to turn to The Salvation Army for help after losing many or all of their personal belongings. When you lose everything, it’s nice for kids to have something so unique and special to call their own. It’s a wonderful opportunity for them to express themselves at a time when they need it most.

The Salvation Army has already provided over 177,680 meals to impacted individuals throughout New Jersey. During this time of giving thanks, please consider a direct donation to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts:

TIME: Best Lunchboxes for Kids

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Back to School: Best Lunchboxes for Kids (and their Parents!)
August 25, 2011


The recyclable, eco-friendly Goodbyn lunchbox has five compartments of various sizes, designed to keep your food from mingling or spilling into each other. Pack your sandwich and some pasta salad in the two main areas, with fruit slices and crackers in the smaller bins, and your lunch is ready to go without a single Ziploc bag in sight. Goodbyn also comes with a reusable 8 oz. drink bottle and dishwasher-safe stickers that kids (or creative adults) can use to decorate their lunchboxes.

For preschoolers, there’s the smaller Goodbyn Bynto, which has three compartments instead of five (it also includes the drink bottle and stickers), and can be tucked into a backpack or cubby hole. Both lunchboxes are BPA- and phthalate-free and can be cleaned in the dishwasher.

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The Smart Little Lunchbox

15 Bento Lunchbox Containers and Accessories
August 25, 2011


You won’t need to buy sandwich baggies with this eco-friendly lunch kit. The Smart Little Lunch box has five compartments to keep each item sealed and organized, and is super easy to clean (and dishwasher safe!).

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Cute & Clever: The Goodbyn Lunchbox

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Cute & Clever: The Goodbyn Lunchbox
August 25, 2011


"For us adults, I’m thinking of that packed office fridge. Not only would it be easy to slip this slim lunchbox in between the other bags and take-out containers, but food would be kept relatively protected from the strange odors and spills that seem inevitable in a communal fridge. I also wonder if lunch thieves might be deterred by the distinctive design and the fact that you can’t just reach in to grab something quickly.

I’m sold. What about you?”

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