A Rainbow of Green: Re-Play Toddler Tableware Review and Giveaway

Plastic. It’s a heck of a thing.

Have you ever tried to do away with it? Just not use plastic things any more? It’s hard. No matter how dedicated you are to greening up your life, cutting out plastic is really hard. It’s everywhere. Especially when you’ve got small kids around.

Some things are easy. I pack my lunch in stainless steel storage containers now, and I use a Klean Kanteen water bottle, and some other Eco 101 type stuff. But some things are harder to replace. Toothbrush? Storage totes? Durable – yet cute – tableware for your toddler…

Oh wait, I got that one covered. ;)

Introducing: Re-Play Recycled Tableware for your little ones!

The Re-play line includes everything you need to set your toddler’s place at the table, in a rainbow of colors!

  • Eating utensils – Rounded and comfy for little hands, and the spoons are deep enough to make eating easier.
  • Spill-proof cups – How many sippies do you have that you don’t use because they’re annoying? You WILL use these!
  • Bowls –  Perfectly sized for snacking, soup or cereal.
  • Divided Plates – Great for fun bento-box style meals!

From the makers of Dandelion products, Re-Play products are sold in multi-packs with a retail price of approximately $3-6. This detail alone sets this brand apart for me, because if there’s one thing that is super frustrating, it’s wanting to do the best for your child but finding it just beyond your budget. The price is comparable to conventional plastic, but the products aren’t…at all.

Each product in the Re-Play line is made in the USA from recycled milk jugs, which means they are recyclable and their production reduces greenhouse gases and saves energy!

A few more facts:

  • All products are durable and dishwasher safe.
  • All Re-Play products are manufactured and packaged in the USA (in eco-friendly packaging, too!)
  • The products are all made from recycled milk jugs, which means no BPA, PVC or phthalates.

So, even though I’m still storing my winter sweaters in a plastic tote, I feel pretty good about mealtime with Re-Play on my table.

Win it!

Find out more about Re-Play products at Re-Play.com, then enter to win a set of your own right here! Just use the handy Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!



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Comments

  1. I use plastic tubs for storage too! They’re so durable, and with the moisture that’s constantly in the air here, cardboard boxes just don’t last very long.

  2. Plastic containers for leftovers!! I really need to start using something else! THese look so awesome!

  3. Glasses.

  4. leftover containers for us, too. We have some glass ones, but still quite a few plastic

  5. Michelle Macaluso says:

    Straws, if that counts as plastic. I have been seeing the new glass straws recently, and may give them a try. We drink lots of smoothies, so we go through straws like crazy!

  6. Rebecca Wamsley says:

    definitely leftover containers!!!!

  7. None now! You got the last of them covered!! I love these! They are perfect for the younger grandkids. Now, I have to have a set!

  8. Kristen Jeffery says:

    i think anything for kids. They are all so expensive. It really does make re-play stand out!

  9. plates- i just love the glass feel
    tcogbill at live dot com

  10. Anne Perry says:

    Storage containers

  11. Vicky C. says:

    Storage containers for me also.

  12. Audra Weathers says:

    Sippy cups. I keep buying them, and them they get tossed because they start to leak. I would LOVE to find a sippy that actually worked.

  13. Cups for my 3 year old

  14. Storage containers – we use plastic bins for storing toys, outgrown clothes & all kinds on things…hard to know what to use instead of plastic

  15. I’m having trouble replacing my plastic food containers for left overs.

  16. love the colour choice!

  17. crappy plastic toys for my kids…gotta let em go!

  18. Laura Jacobson says:

    Carters bowls!

  19. Straw, my daughter still uses straw when she drinks.

  20. Plastic storage containers. I have a ton of them and hate them, but can’t afford to replace them right now

  21. Robyn Galloway says:

    Food storage and tubberware, because the glass ones are so expensive!

  22. rebecca f says:

    leftover containers…i have a million and so need to throw some away!

  23. jessica johnson says:

    Tupperware!

  24. Arlene A says:

    Straws!

  25. ziploc bags

  26. Skye Moyer says:

    Ziploc bags!!

  27. I am having issues with sippy’s. I just can’t find one I like, let along an eco friendly one.

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