Our CultureOur culture is one founded on creation, driven by innovation, and sustained by collaboration. United by a common goal, we strive every day to challenge ourselves to become better, wiser, and redefine the box rather than just thinking outside of it. We believe success is only attainable when we recognize individual achievements as well as company milestones. As global citizens concerned about living consciously and thoughtfully, we strive to make every action count towards building a more sustainable world. We reject the mainstream and seek to empower consumers with functional alternatives that fit every lifestyle.
Our MissionWe’re on a mission to replace everyday plastic with smart, sustainable solutions that are easy to use and accessible to everyone.
Our ValuesSince 2008, we’ve been helping families and communities think and act greener by replacing more than 1 BILLION plastic bags with our Lunchskins® brand of reusable products. Our hope is to raise a generation of kids who think that green is mainstream and to give them the tools to be change-makers in their schools and communities.
Our ResponsibilityRefuse disposable plastic! Join the Lunchskins community of families, schools, camps, stores, non-profits, and kids who believe in the power of our actions to make a difference. Collectively, our conscious choices can lead to big environmental changes in the local and global communities where we live, work and play.
Our House Rules
- We believe in getting dirt under your fingernails
- We thrive on a full table and loud family dinners
- Slippers, tea and a fluffy friend should be mandatory office supplies
- We insist on opening the windows
- Missed orientations, back to school nights or parent teacher conferences are no reflection of one’s parenting skills
- In a pinch, a Nutella sandwich qualifies as lunch
- We believe that kids should be allowed to wear socks more than once when laundry piles up over 18 inches high
- If it makes us laugh, you’re not in trouble
- Frogs are cute, not gross
- A burnt dinner is better than no dinner
- Anytime someone mentions a production “hiccup,” consider it a disaster