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This product is just as exciting as its catchy name.
If you love mason jars as much as I do (I inherited this trait from my mama… and maybe somewhat from the current Etsy/Pinterest craze), you’ll want to stick around to hear about this sustainable foodie accessory.
What initially attracted me to Cuppow was their (BPA-free, recycled plastic) lids to turn an ordinary canning jar into a hip way to drink my beloved iced coffee. Litte did I know, they sell a variety of sustainable products fit for mason jars, small and large.
The other neat canning jar adapter is the BNTO: inspired by Japanese bento boxes, these inserts allow you to turn a jar into a lunch box or suitable snack pack for ingredients you may not want traveling together (for example: salads and dressing, carrots and hummus, yogurt and granola, or apples and almond butter).
Both the lids and BNTO containers come in all sorts of cheerful colors, too! Not that I am thinking about Christmas in the middle of summer, but Cuppow products are ideal stocking stuffers.
I think I need the mason shaker for summer cocktails…
About Cuppow >>
“Cuppow is an American company that grew out of a need to develop everyday products that would help us decrease our own eco-footprint; we have been committed to that ideal from the outset, and seek to achieve it along every part of our process.
Our flagship Cuppow product – the original drinking lid adaptor for canning or mason jars – allows people to up-cycle an everyday item into an eco-friendly travel mug, and we bring this same intention into all of our products by designing for utility and simplicity.
Our products utilize BPA and phthalate free food-grade recycled plastic as part of our ongoing commitment to divert as much needless waste as possible from the landfill. We hope you enjoy using them as much as we do!”
What sustainable products and/or habits do you use/practice in your kitchen?
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Disclosure: Cuppow sent me three of their products. I was not compensated for this post. As always, all opinions are entirely my own.