Are you curious to know why Sinchies is the leading pouch brand? I’m sure you’ll agree that Sinchies have many plus points.
How seriously do you take the best before and expiry dates on the food products you buy? Every perishable item for sale in our stores includes some kind of date and some people refuse to eat anything past their expiry and best before dates. We know that these dates are a good indication of how fresh the food is, but exactly how necessary is it to abide by these dates?
After a bit of research I discovered a very interesting fact.
Recently, National Geographic Magazine have been sharing some devastating photos of the plastic crisis our Planet Earth is currently experiencing. These photos are appalling. You can check them out here (National Geographic), here (National Geographic Instagram) and here (Bored Panda).
I understand that plastic has a necessary place in our world, but this resource being abused. Every resource must be used responsibly and very few are. This is an age old problem that isn’t just about plastic. For example, in one of Bill Bryson’s books (favourite author alert!), Bill tells us that pecan nut trees ran the risk of going extinct in America because it was easier for the first European settlers to cut down a tree to harvest the nuts, than it was to pick the nuts off the tree. Wow! Just wow!
I recently conducted a survey on a South African Facebook group, and asked what people called those plastic packets filled with juice that you freeze. We all enjoyed eating them as children. After letting it run for a while, I tallied up the points by counting each reply as one point. If anyone reacted to that reply, I counted the engagement as a point too. Bunny licks got the majority vote.
I stopped counting after I received 74 comments and likes, and these are my results:
So you think that Sinchies are just for babies? No ways! They’re for everyone in the family including Dads! We thought we would share some ideas for Sinchies for Men in this post.
The Sinchies Lunchbox Recipe Cards is a great addition to your Sinchies pouches collection. These handy cards give you something quick to refer to when you are looking for ideas to fill your child’s pouches for school and daycare.
I never buy trail mix at the supermarket. As far as snacks go, it is a healthier option, but I don’t like store-bought trail mix because:
- It always tastes stale
- It is expensive
- Your options are limited
- Excess packaging in the case of litter free lunchboxes