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Fabkins offers new kid-friendly designs
22
Jan '10
Fabkins, the leading provider of everyday cloth napkins for kids, announced it now offers 100% certified organic cotton napkins with new and improved embroidered designs. Fabkins colorful, kid-friendly cloth napkins continue to be a cherished kids' product, with over 30,000 sold since launching in 2007. Now in organic cotton, Fabkins are even more eco-friendly than ever before.

Fabkins are soft, durable and absorbent kids' reusable cloth napkins available in an array of bright colors and playful designs. Sized for little laps and lunchboxes, Fabkins come in sets of four in seven different themes that reflect kids' interests: "Prima Ballerina," "Sports Fan," "Beach Bound," "African Safari," "Garden Friends," "Flower Power" and "Extreme Sports."

Fabkins are used by thousands of families across the U.S. and Canada on a daily basis as part of a waste-free school lunch, with meals at home, and on-the-go for snack time and eating out. Fabkins make a perfect birthday present, hostess gift or party favor and are sold in gift-ready packaging. Available online, in retail stores and at school fundraisers around the country, Fabkins continue to gain popularity among families who understand the importance of reducing waste and want a product that their kids will use and adore.

Why is Fabkins helping families reduce waste and go green?

• It has been estimated that on average a school-age child eating a disposable lunch generates 67 pounds of waste per school year. That equates to 18,760 pounds of lunch waste for just one average-size elementary school..
• If every American gave up just one paper napkin a day, we could save a billion pounds of paper waste from going to landfills each year (Elizabeth Rodgers, co-author, The Green Book: The Everyday Guide to Saving the Planet One Simple Step at a Time.)
• By replacing paper napkins with cloth napkins a family can save nearly $100 year. (National Geographic Green Guide, Spring 2008)

Fabkins was launched in August 2007 by two moms who wanted to make saving the environment fun for kids with a line of colorful, earth-friendly cloth napkins.

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