Wean Green Giveaway ($85 value)


P1050138xHave I ever told you all about my obsession with little glass containers? Never? Really? Anyway, I love little glass containers. In all shapes and sizes. Another secret…I do not own one piece of Tupperware. I swear. Every little container I have for leftovers and other stuff is glass.

This makes my Mom crazy when she comes to visit and I don’t have any plastic anything.  She thinks I’m weird. But it’s because I love glass, it’s easy to clean, it doesn’t smell…yada-yada.
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So, when the folks at Wean Green contacted me and asked me to try their new eco-friendly, STRONGER than glass, impermeable, non-pourous, totally cute GLASS containers, I jumped on it. I have always been a glass-container-aholic.  They are just so useful. And best of all, it was developed by a Mom, for her little ones.

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So while I was going to let my kids use these for school lunches, I’ve kinda been hoarding them for myself. I put snacks in them and throw them in my purse. The snap-able lids are so easy to use and nothing leaks! The Wean Green containers are 5x stronger than glass, I proved this when I accidentally dropped them on my deck. They bounced. Amazing.

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While the Wean Green containers have been specifically made for food, I use them for all kinds of non-food related things. They are so great for drawer organization due to their small, unique sizes. There is nothing better than opening my office drawers and seeing all this cuteness. I die every time.

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They are also great for jewelery when traveling. I can put rings, bangles and necklaces together, snap on the lid and nothing gets tangled. I love them and I want them in all their beautiful, modern colors.

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Wean Green wants you to enjoy their awesome containers as well. One lucky reader will receive a full set of Wean Green storage containers. An $85 value that includes, the lunch cubes, snack cubes, wean tubs, wean bowls and wean cubes. This is such a great product, food always tastes better when reheated in glass. A perfect baby shower gift too!

To enter to win a full set of Wean Green Glass Storage Containers (12 individual pieces):

Leave a comment below telling us, What you are going to put in your new Wean Green storage containers!”

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Deadline to enter is Friday, October 5, 2012, Pacific Standard Time. Contest is open to United States and Canadian residents. Winner will be chosen at random and contacted by email. You will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. Storage containers will be shipped directly from Wean Green.

CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.
WINNER is commenter #40, Lynn Zukowski. Congrats Lynn!! Your new Wean Green Storage items will be on their way!!

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Wean Green’s slogan is, “Think outside of the cube”….I think I have! 

Good luck!

Discosure: Wean Green provided me with samples to try out and are also providing the storage set for this giveaway. However all opinions and statements about this product are my own. I was not financially compensated for this post in any other way.

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  1. I would use them for my daughter’s lunches and snacks!

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  2. Starla Pointer 2

    I’d use bigger ones for taking to the office for lunch, and little ones for dibs and dabs and bits leftover from meals and from canning.

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  3. Margi in Ky 3

    Beside food I really like the idea of having snack in something lightweight that won’t crush the cookies, baggies just leave you with crumbs. Meds for hubby as somehow the snap on lids always unsnap. Yep, I can think of lots of things.

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  4. Stacy 4

    I would use them for all my cut up veggies/fruits that I make each weekend for our Paleo meals throughout the week. We only eat whole foods and glass containers are the best to keep food freshest.

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  5. Jamie R. 5

    This entry is so timely! I was just approached in the grocery store parking lot to host a Tupperware party and I cringed b/c I can’t stand Tupperware! (I didn’t even know people still had those parties!). I love glass storage containers too and I don’t have anything as fabulous as wean green. I would use my containers to store leftovers, use to take my lunch to work, and keep food properly stored in my pantry. I guess I’m not really “out of the box” using it as food containers but as someone who hates wasted food this is perfect for me.

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  6. Philby 6

    I would use them to store home-made baked goods… like muffins, cookies, and oatmeal bars!

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  7. Philby 7

    I follow Noble Pig on pinterest!

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  8. My 2 grandchildren, Justin 4 and Joelle 2 live quite a distance from me When I visit them I usually stay about a week at a time. We play games together and do crafts and I can’t wait to get the Wean Green containers. I will fill them with paints,’cooking with kids’ ingredients, broken crayons, stickers and any thing else I run across. When I find a new crafty idea. I’ll be right on top of it. I will put the instructions right in with the things we will make. Driving or flying, they will be simple to pack. Best of all Grandma will always be ready and remembered for her fun Wean Green containers-always full of surprises!

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  9. Rach in PDX 9

    These look great for toddler meals and snacks for day care!

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  10. MaryB 10

    Leftovers, lunches, picnic treats, roadtrip goodies, I can think of all sorts of ways to use these!

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  11. MaryB 11

    I follow Noble Pig on Facebook.

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  12. MaryB 12

    I like Wean Green on Facebook.

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  13. MaryB 13

    I follow Noble Pig on Pinterest.

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  14. MaryB 14

    I subscribe to both email and RSS feed for Noble Pig.

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  15. Carole Resnick 15

    I would use one for odds and ends on my desktop (paperclips, stamps, coins, etc).

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  16. Carole Resnick 16

    I follow NP on FB

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  17. Carole Resnick 17

    I follow NP on Pintresrt

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  18. Carole Resnick 18

    I subscribe to NP via email

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  19. Carole Resnick 19

    I follow Wean Green on FB

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  20. Casey Hastrich 20

    I can already see myself portioning out my MnMs, measuring ingredients and having a place to put my sprinkles! looks like they could hold liquid too, hmm maple syrup, extracts and homemade facial marks!

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  21. Kyle 21

    I would use them to take my breakfast to work everyday…I need a new container for my fruit and yogurt,

    I follow Wean Green on Facebook
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  22. Shelby 22

    I would use these for portion control at work! Also, I have so many small sewing notions that would fit perfectly!

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  23. Alison 23

    I would use them for food, like leftovers and things like nuts and dry quinoa. I currently use jars but their roundness kind of wastes some shelf space.

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  24. Alison 24

    RSS subscriber here!

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  25. Robin L 25

    Snack-Preferably healthy adorable little bento style snacks….what great containers these would be for the bento lunches!

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  26. Dani H 26

    definitely leftovers that i want to reheat in the microwave ~ i use my glass mixing bowls quite often as food DOES taste different when reheated in glass.

    thanks for a chance at the giveaway!

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  27. Dani H 27

    i already subscribe to your email updates.

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  28. Dani H 28

    i just followed you on twitter. {i’m @poetpassionbakr}

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  29. dawn welch 29

    I plan on using my containers to keep my leftovers safe from drying out or spoiling… In todays economy I usually make one big meal and then use the leftovers to make some kind of soup or casserole the next day… depending on what I have in my pantry to play with. Love this blog. I try to never miss a posting… Thank you

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  30. Joanne Willey 30

    WOW what a great and good looking storage solution! I would use a few small ones in my office and the larger ones for food and jewerly!

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  31. Bridget 31

    I Love to hike, camp and travel and usually make home-made snacks to bring while I’m out exploring new places. I would use them to house delicious treats.

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  32. Karen 32

    I would use them to store leftovers in the refrigerator – I also prefer glass to plastic!

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  33. Karen 33

    I like Noble Pig on facebook

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  34. Karen 34

    I like Wean Green on Facebook

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  35. Karen 35

    I follow Noble Pig on Pinterest

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  36. Karen 37

    I subscribe to Noble Pig’s RSS feed

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  37. Karen 38

    I follow Noble Pig on Instagram

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  38. Lexy 39

    I get Noble via e-mail notifications daily. Love it.
    My family now is only two….so lot’s of left-overs……hello!

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  39. Lynn Zukowski 40

    I would use some for food and some would be perfect to hold my small scrapbooking items in.

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  40. Lynn Zukowski 41

    I’m a follower of your facebook page

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  41. Lynn Zukowski 42

    I’m a follower of Wean Green’s face book page

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  42. Lynn Zukowski 43

    I follow Noble Pig on Pinterest

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  43. Michele Menefee 44

    I would line the drawers in my dresser with them. Would be a great way to organize my jewelry. :)

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  44. Andrea 45

    I will fill them with cinnamon syrup from Noble Pig and homemade mayo from Michael Ruhlman! Oh and maybe some homemade soup for my lunches!

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  45. Andrea 46

    I follow Noble Pig on FB

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  46. Andrea 47

    I follow Noble Pig on Twitter

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  47. Andrea 48

    I follow Noble Pig on Interest.

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  48. Lynn Zukowski 49

    I posted this giveaway on my facebook page

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  49. Michele Menefee 50

    I joined your Noble Pig Facebook page.

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  50. Laurie Nemeth 51

    Just perfect .. I can not wait to win

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  51. Lynn Zukowski 52

    I subscribe to your newsletters

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  52. Michele Menefee 53

    I joined the Wean Green Facebook page

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  53. Andrea 54

    I follow Noble Pig on instagram

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  54. Michele Menefee 55

    I followed the Noble Pig twitter page

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  55. Michele Menefee 56

    I followed the Wean Green twitter page

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  56. Andrea 57

    I like Wean Green on Facebook.

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  57. Michele Menefee 58

    I followed Noble Pig on Pinterest.

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  58. Michele Menefee 59

    I tweeted your statement on Twitter.

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  59. Andrea 60

    I follow Wean Green on Twitter.

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  60. Michele Menefee 61

    I subscribed to the blog by email.

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  61. Andrea 62

    Posted this to my FB page and tried to tag Noble Pig and Wean Green… not sure it worked though!

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  62. Andrea 63

    Posted this to the My Kitchen board on Pinterest!

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  63. joy 64

    my husband takes salad to work every day, so we would use it for his daily salad.

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  64. joy 65

    I followed Noble Pig on FB.

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  65. joy 66

    i follow wean green on fb.

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  66. Tracey Alvernaz 67

    earings

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  67. joy 68

    i subscribed to noble pig in RSS feed

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  68. Tracey Alvernaz 69

    Wean Green On Facebook too!

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  69. Tracey Alvernaz 70

    Of COURSE Noble Pig on Facebook!

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  70. joy 71

    i posted the giveaway on FB.

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  71. Tracey Alvernaz 72

    noble pig on PINTEREST (which I love too)

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  72. corinne 73

    I’d use them to bring snacks to my floor hockey team

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  73. corinne 74

    I follow via RSS

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  74. Nancy Houston 75

    I would use them my son’s snaps, buckles, grommets that he uses for his leatherwork. I love the colors of the lids so I would use them to store and all the little game pieces for board games, and the other use would be to tote my breakfast and lunches back and forth.

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  75. constance price 76

    My kids baby teeth! Yes, they are all grown but I still keep them as a treasure…..

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  76. Karen 77

    Liked on FB

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  77. I follow Noble Pig on Facebook

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  78. Traci Carnoali 79

    Following on pinterest!!

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  79. I follow Noble Pig on Twitter

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  80. I follow Wean Green on Facebook

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  81. I follow Wean Green on Twitter

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  82. any little thing that would fit

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  83. Traci Carnoali 84

    Liked Wean Green on FB!!

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  84. I follow Noble Pig on Instagram

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  85. What am I going to put in them? I love your idea of throwing them in your purse for snacks.

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  86. Kate 87

    Would love to win and probably would use a food storage containers at first but then, who knows – the world is my oyster.

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  87. Traci Carnoali 88

    Liked Noble Pig on FB!! (actually love the pig, but no “love” button :( )

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  88. I follow Noble Pig on Pinterest.

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  89. I subscribe to this blog.

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  90. Beth 91

    I would use these to store food for my 13 month old daughter. Right now, I store her food in plastic food storage containers, then I put the food on a plate to heat it up. The idea of one less dish to wash per meal is very appealing! I don’t feel comfortable heating in plastic but I could store and heat in the Wean Green containers!

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  91. Jill Hartley 92

    I will use these to pack hubbies lunch since he is on the road every day!

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  92. Jill Hartley 93

    I followed Noble Pig on Facebook

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  93. Jill Hartley 94

    I liked wean green on facebook

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  94. Jill Hartley 95

    I followed noble pig on twitter.

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  95. Traci Carnoali 96

    I am an organizing fool!! I would use the Wean Greens for just about everything!! I can’t wait to find them online and start my own little collection!! Course, I hope to win a set too! 😉 I drive my husband nuts because I won’t let him cook leftovers in the plastic containers! Glass tends to be pricy so I buy as the budget allows… Course, everything has to match, then they always change lid colors on me… Ugh!! I collect Fiesta. These will fit right in with their bright colors! I adore them!!

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  96. Jill Hartley 97

    I followed noble pig on twitter! :-)

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  97. Jill Hartley 98

    I tweeted about the contest on my twitter.

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  98. natalie 99

    I love using glass over placstic, especially when mircrowaving! These are adorable!

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  99. Traci Carnoali 100

    Posted this page to my FB page!!

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  100. Karen 101

    Leftovers!!! These look perfect and stackable. The small ones will be great for my sons school lunch snack.

    Can’t wait to use them :)

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  101. Jill Hartley 102

    I followed noble pig on pinterest.

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  102. Sandy w 103

    Well would use for all those little leftovers from dinner or for cut up veggies to have on hand.

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  103. Sandy w 104

    I follow Noble Pig on pinterest

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  104. Alia 105

    Ohhh these containers are great! Besides leftovers (Thanksgiving is coming up, and there’s always a ton of leftovers there), I’d use them to bring things like yogurt and hummus with my lunch to work. I could even put snacks like cookies or chips in them and not have to waste a million little sandwich bags all the time. :)

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  105. Lillie Mae Stone 106

    I would put lunch in them!

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  106. Lillie Mae Stone 107

    liked Nobel Pig on facebook

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  109. Robin McCue 110

    They are so darn cute! I think I’d use them for everything!!! In my kitchen, in my office, in my bathroom….you get the picture :)

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  110. Alia 111

    I followed several of your boards on Pinterest, too! :)

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  111. I would love to use them for my leftovers. They really look handy enough to use for organizing in my kitchen too!

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  112. Kacey 113

    I’ve been wanting these for a while now for food storage. Great giveaway!

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  113. Charlotte Winters 114

    I’d put snacks for my son in these containers, and use them for leftovers too.

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  114. Charlotte Winters 115

    Facebook fan.

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  115. Christina 116

    I would probably most use them for healthy snacks!

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  116. Leslie Turner 117

    What can you not put in them…I would use for leftovers, dips and lunch to take to work. Thanks!

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  117. robyn bouchard 118

    I would use them for all of my leftovers!

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  118. constance price 119

    blog subscriber
    I’d use them as containers for kourambeides (greek cookies) for the holidays…Yasoo!

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  119. Barbie with a T 120

    I have an aversion to plastic containers!! I would use the glass containers for all my leftovers and especially fruit because the glass containers do not retain “smells” like the plastic does, and the fruit seems to last longer in glass. That would be an excellent prize to win. Thanks for the opportunity! Will follow on Pinterest and Twitter.

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  120. Paul 121

    I am a single man, with no children. So I ALWAYS have leftovers. I hate having to throw out food, so I would use these to store the leftovers that I always manage to have.

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  121. Christina 122

    I liked Noble Pig on facebook.

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    I liked Wean Green on Facebook.

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  123. Christina 124

    I am following Noble Pig on Pinterest.

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  124. Maggie Mae 125

    I would use for carrying food to work and leftovers

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  125. Kate Nolan 126

    These look great for taking lunches and leftovers to work. I’ve been trying to reduce the amount of plastic I reheat in. Plus they come in fun colors!

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  126. Maureen 127

    It would be great for our left overs. Because there are just the two of us and I grew up with a large family I am used to cooking for a bigger group and we tend to have a bit left over.

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  127. Nancy L 128

    I would keep my cake decorations in them. My sprinkles and sugars and all that stuff!

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  128. Kathryn White 129

    I own a B&B and would love to use these for sharing cookies or left-over coffee cake with guests who can enjoy a mid-afternoon snack and then return the container. No more plastic baggies!

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  129. Nancy L 130

    I like Noble Pig on Facebook.

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    I subscribe to your blog by email.

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  131. Athena R 132

    Love these containers. Mine will likely be used to store food, but also quite possibly my overflow of jewelry.

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    I follow you on FB.

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  136. Dave O'Hara 137

    I’d use them to keep my baked goods fresh, best way to share them!

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  137. David 138

    I really like those, where can I find them even if I am not the really lucky one? I would use them to serve a variety of toppings for a build your own pizza party. My guests can choose from the different toppings that I prepared earlier and the assorted glass containers will easily go from the fridge out to the BBQ, and I will not need to use serving dishes. Easy to set up before my guest arrive and cleanup will be quick, more time to party!

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  138. S 139

    I would put my lunch in it so I could save money not buying it at school.

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    Liked Noble Pig Vineyards on facebook.

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    Liked wean green on facebook.

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  143. Nancy L 144

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  144. Katie 145

    I take my lunch to work every day as well as fruit for snacks and these containers would be perfect!

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  145. Laura Unger 146

    I would use them for my husband and son’s lunches. Also, for storing yummy leftovers from dinner.

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  146. Kate G 147

    These would be great to organize my home dried herbs, store awesome vanilla sugar i just made so it doesn’t spill everywhere when the plastic tub cracks, great to bring with me to school (I commute to college four days a week), great for organizing my desk stuff and all the foods I cook with…I could think of a thousand uses for these!

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    I like Noble Pig on facebook. FB name Laura Proctor Unger

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    I like Wean Green on facebook. FB name Laura Proctor Unger

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  149. Theresa Sea 150

    I try to bring my own lunch to work every day, and these would be so nice! Especially because I’m clumsy and they’re less breakable!

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    I like you on fb!

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    I follow Noble Pig on Twitter

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    I joined Noble pig on Facebook

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    I follow Wean Green on twitter!

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    I follow on Pinterest. LauraU33

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    I subscribe via email

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  162. Meg 163

    Grandkids…..love little storage containers for picnics to puzzles. So much fun!

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  163. Debbie Snyder 164

    I would love these for food storage and re-heating food. I hate the plastic storage containers!

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  164. Merrilee Bliss Lawler 165

    I just love all kinds of shapes and sizes of containers. It is important to me that they are leakproof for snacks and lunch items. I would put anything that I put in other containers in this. Also a nice presentation for a food gift or a gift with many small parts. These are quite attractive!

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  165. Donna 166

    I love glass containers and agree w the smell of plastics- I would use them for leftovers and send my husbands’s lunch in them.

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    I follow NP on Facebook

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    I subscribe to the NP blog via email

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  169. Julie 170

    A healthy lunch!

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  172. Julie 173

    I follow you on instagram

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  173. Julie 174

    I follow you on pinterest

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  174. Ginny 175

    I would use the Wean Green storage containers for snacks! I work at an after school program and need the snacks to keep up my energy so I can keep up with the kids!

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  175. Marilyn Westerfield 176

    Follow your Blog & Pintrest!

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  176. Cindy T 177

    I’d love to use them for everything, lunches, snacks, leftovers, more!

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    I subscribe via RSS.

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  178. Cindy T 179

    I like Wean Green on Facebook!

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  179. Becky Palm 180

    I would use them for our tailgate parties at 49er games!! Go Niners!

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  180. Cindy T 181

    And I like Noble Pig on Facebook!

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  181. Ooh I need these for all my leftovers currently in crappy plastic holders!

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  182. I follow you on Twitter!

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  183. Cindy T 184

    I thought I already followed you on Pinterest, but apparently did not. Oversight rectified, now I do!

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  184. I follow you on Instagram!

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  185. Amy 186

    Leftovers, letftovers and more leftovers. I find I don’t remember to eat things if I can’t see them!

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  186. Wendy 187

    I would use them to store my tools for neelework,The tools would all be in one place and I could easily see them if I needed them

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  187. Nichole Remmert 188

    Week’s worth of leftovers (I do most of my cooking on weekends)!

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  188. Nichole Remmert 189

    I follow Noble Pig on Facebook

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  189. Nichole Remmert 190

    I follow wean green on facebook

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  190. mary sampson 191

    I will use mine for sugar, some chocolate candies, paper clips, staples, postage stamps, tape, oh, my in the bathroom for nail clippers, tweezers, lotions, maybe some lipsticks..oh, my oh my. would love to win this contest, love these containers! happy fall/ still lovely in the vancouver area, but can feel fall in the air!

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  191. Nichole Remmert 192

    I follow noble pig on twitter

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  192. Nichole Remmert 193

    I follow wean green on twitter

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  193. Belladonna 194

    Snacks, leftovers, craft supplies… everything, basically.

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  194. Belladonna 195

    Followed on pintrest :)

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  195. Belladonna 196

    Subscribed by email

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  196. Nichole Remmert 197

    I follow noble pig on instagram

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  197. Nichole Remmert 198

    I follow noble pig on pinterest

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  198. Brena 199

    I have 4 kids, so I would use them for lunches and outings (there are many). Thing is, I would have to hide them from the hubby. Does anyone else have a husband who takes storage containers for their lunch, to have them never return back home? I DO! It drives me bonkers. At the end of the school year, he came home with a stack of containers that did not look familiar and said “look, honey – I brought them home”. Um, yes he did. But they were not the ones I sent his lunches in. :)

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  199. Rachel 200

    These would be perfect for stocking my freezer with homemade sauces and soups!

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  200. Samantha 201

    To take leftovers to work!

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  201. Suziee A. 202

    Love these! I’d use them to take my lunch to work.

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  202. Suziee A. 203

    I follow you on Pinterest!

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  203. Karen 204

    I would use the containers for bits and pieces around the house or for left overs since they are glass. Love the look.

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  204. sue_ellen 205

    I will use them for storing leftovers as I live alone and when I cook, it’s always a lot of food. Just haven’t mastered how to cook for one and don’t think I want to. I also like to portion out fruit and treats, these containers will work wonderfully. I am subscribed by email.

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  205. Karen A. 206

    I would use them for fresh fruit from the Farmers Market.

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  206. Rachel Lore'l 207

    I would use them for my fiancé’s lunches during the week.

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  207. I’d use them to store specialty grains.

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  208. Belladatura 209

    These will be perfect for snacks and leftovers! I really like glass over the plastic disposable storage containers.

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  209. TaraLee 210

    I love little glass containers too and am in the process of switching out all my plastic to glass. Winning these would be a great help! I would fill them with snacks for my toddler, homemade mints for visitors, and leftovers, among dozens of other things!

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  210. Karen W 211

    Just perfect for taking lunch to work!!!!

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  211. NancyC 212

    I would use those containers for lunch items and leftovers. I love the colorful lids!

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  214. Kimsue 215

    I would use those cuties to pack my lunch!

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  215. Shannon Baas 216

    snacks for the kids.

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  216. Shawn 217

    I would use them for my husbands lunch and then also for food storage. I love that they are clear and easy to see.

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  217. Shawn 218

    I posted the giveaway on my facebook

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  218. Shawn 219

    I follow you on pinterest.

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  219. barbara n 220

    I also have an obsession with little glass containers – I have to have everything neat and organized!

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  220. barbara n 221

    I am an email subscriber to noble pig

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  221. Alyse Fielder 222

    We could really use these in our new home.

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  222. Glogirl 223

    I would use these containers for food storage.

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  224. Tricia 225

    The same things I put in the glass containers I have now.

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  225. alyce poalillo 226

    I will store food, especially leftovers in these.

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  226. Heather Spooner 227

    Off the top of my head, I’d have to say Goldfish crackers. Since that’s what we seem to eat on the go the most. Thanks!

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  227. Heather Spooner 228

    I like Noble Pig on Facebook. Thanks!

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  229. Amanda 230

    These would be perfect for packing leftovers in my lunch :)

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  230. Amanda 231

    Liked Noble Pig on FB

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  231. Amanda 232

    Following Noble Pig on Twitter :)

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  232. Amanda 233

    I like Wean Green on FB

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  233. Amanda 234

    I follow Wean Green on Twitter

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  234. Amanda 235

    Followed Noble Pig on Pinterest

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  235. [email protected] 236

    I would love to have these! After 40 years I’m phasing out all my plastic and switching to glass.

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  236. Amanda 237

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  237. Theron Willis 238

    Sashimi.

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  238. MayaPapaya 239

    I have “liked” Noble Pig on Facebook for a couple of years now – love it!

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  239. MayaPapaya 240

    I love little glass containers too! I will be putting all sort of wonderful things in them- they are so convenient and cute! (If I don’t win, I will most likely purchase a set anyway- I just love these Wean Green ones!)

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  240. Cassie 241

    I am going to put my leftover Bailey’s Irish Creme cake in it, and share it with my boss!

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  241. Jules 242

    BPA Free Here!! I need these. Sorry everyone else.

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  242. Tiffany 243

    I would love to use these! I would use them to pack my husband’s lunch (when I’m feeling nice enough to do that!).

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  243. Ann Fantom 244

    I ‘m going to use my Wean Green storage containers for storing leftovers in the refrigerator.

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  247. shannon 248

    i am gonna throw out all my glad wear and us these for all my leftovers and maybe let the kids put a few in their lunch boxes.

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  248. mitsy 249

    I’m building up my winter larder and need storage!

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  249. shannon 250

    i like wean green on facebook

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    i already follow you on pinterest :)

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    i like noble pig on face book

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    …….and i get your emails!

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  253. Steph Burg 254

    I will use them to store leftovers!

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  254. Beverly S 255

    I would use them for my lunches and all my everyday jewelry.

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  260. Christine 261

    I would use these for all my leftovers and lunch meats and cheese. Thank you!

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  261. Christine 262

    I like Noble Pig on facebook (ChristineFidance)

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  263. I’ve been searching for glass container for my leftovers and salads. I like to pack my salads, nuts and snacks in glass never plastics if I can help it. Glass storage is just so hard to find!

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  264. Christine 265
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  265. I would fill them with buttons, thread, and rickrack.
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  266. Emma 267

    I follow you on twitter!

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  267. Emma 268

    And facebook

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  268. Emma 269

    Also Wean Green

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  269. Emma 270

    and pinterest

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  270. I like you on facebook as Susan Chester.

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  271. Emma 272

    I would love a set for our new apartment, school and work lunches… oh yeish so many reasons!

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  272. Heliana O. 273

    I would absolutely use the Wean Green containers for our work-week lunches. I would also use them for all the little items that always end up on my husband’s dresser!

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  273. Emma 274

    I tweeted!

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  274. Emma 275

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  275. PoopseyMarie 276

    My hubbie takes his lunch to work in order to eat healthier. We have been a non “plastic” family for some time now. These would be great has they are more sturdy than regular glass containers.

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  276. paige chandler 277

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  277. lynn 278

    marbles, sewing notions, chalk, gum, lip balm, snacks, herbs, acorns, to name a few…

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  278. brandy 279

    I would store our food in them when we pack lunches for our family outings!

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  282. Angela S 283

    I would use them for my daughter’s lunch.

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  283. Sarah B 284

    These would be great for picnics!!!

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  287. Anne Taylor 288

    I’d use these snacks, lunches and some craft supplies

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  296. ELIZABETH C. 297

    I would use it for left over food or i would use it for my lunch when going to work. I usually make a sandwich for work and would put corn or string beans in there.

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  297. Orna 298

    POTLUCKS!!! These would be great to bring to potlucks–I don’t have any nice containers to bring food to my potluck parties and I’d love to show these off.

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  298. ELIZABETH C. 299

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  299. Lucy Lawicki 300

    Leftovers! I NEVER put food in anything but glass! Most plastic contains BPA and also holds oders and stains. I homeschool and can just see these cuties with paper clips, erasers, et. Love them! Thanks for making us aware of these!

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  303. Tara 304

    leftovers, of course!

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  304. Tara 305

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  308. Carrie 309

    I would use them to take leftovers to work for my lunch – I hate the way plastic stains, cracks, and just looks ugly!

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  309. Valerie S. 310

    following Noble Pig on pinterest. I would use them for leftovers and my home cooked puppy food.

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  310. Kristin 311

    I would use them mostly for leftovers, but would probably also use them for organizing.

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  311. Deborah 312

    I am always running low on pyrex containers … would love to try the wean ones! I have a fridge full of pyrex containers with leftovers and use them for snacks and freezer-cooking. Much, much easier to clean than tupperware and no residual stains or smells.

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  312. Jan S. 313

    I would use them for snacks and lunch.

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  313. Susie Le 314

    :) I saw the multicolored lids and got so excited, but I don’t think the giveaway is for rainbow colored set is it? :(

    I’m a grad student, that tries to eat healthy and packs her own lunch. These would be a lovely addition to my small set. :)

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  314. Kathrynwitte 315

    I’d use them for craft and sewing pieces- pins, beads, wires, end caps. There are always a ton of varieties, and the little clamshell containers they come in aren’t sturdy or practical if you have to transport anything!

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  315. Nicole L. 316

    I would put craft items like buttons.

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  316. Anna 317

    I would use them for the people in my household who seem to think there is only one power setting on the microwave and end up scorching my Rubbermaid containers! =)

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  317. Tamar 318

    I’ll put berries in it.

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  318. jeri 319

    These remind me of that nesting set of pyrex that was big in the 50s. I just paid an absurd amount of money for a set at a vintage store because I thought it was the best thing ever. And now it appears they’ve inproved the wheel.

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  319. Valerie 320

    I would love to use these containers to put all my homemade goodies in! Since these are stronger than glass, they sound perfect for my 2 year old who loves to carry around little bowls of crackers and cheese. They will also be perfect for re-heating make-ahead meals!

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  320. brandy 321

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  322. Sally 323

    I too love glass. I do have a microwave but when I first learned that glass was the best option for storing and reheating or putting on a glass cover for reheating or cooking things in the microwave I immediately converted.
    So as boring as it sounds I put all of my leftover food items in glass and they can easily be reheated in these. Easy to take my last night leftovers to lunch the next day.
    Sally

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  323. Anna 324

    I would use them for packing lunches and the little ones for the fun yummy somethings you need to get through the day!

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  324. g. penrod 325

    hard candy in one an marbles in one an buttons in one etc

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  325. gina 326

    I will be using these for leftovers for lunch the next day!

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  326. Sarah 327

    I’m going to put leftovers in them.

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  327. Hannah D 328

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  330. Hannah D 331

    I’m a student teacher teaching first grade and I will be teaching my own class next year! I would love to have these as a healthy way to pack my lunch daily!

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  335. Hannah D 336

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  336. Georginia 337

    I would use these for storage of leftovers and reheating. I have always disliked plastic/Tupperware, but the thought of glass breaking bothered me too. If these are much more durable I would switch over in a heart beat. :)

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  337. PG 338

    I would use them primarily for food and get rid of my tupperware containers.

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  342. Georginia 343

    I liked Wean Green on Facebook. :)

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  343. Kelly H. 344

    I’d use them for easy snacks to grab on the go.

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  344. Tari Lawson 345

    I will put food in them.

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  345. Andy 346

    It would be great to have these containers for lunch!!!

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  346. Lindsay 347

    I have so many different ways i could use these!

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  347. Patrick 348

    I’m a left over freak and cook so I can have left overs. They look perfect for my obsession.

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  348. Jennifer Poster 349

    I hate the smells that my plastic storage containers produce. I will probably mostly use them for storing left overs.

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  349. Ashley Hipkin 350

    I would use them to store office supplies; tacs, pins, paper clips, elastics, etc.

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  350. Ashley Hipkin 351

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  351. Ashley Hipkin 352

    I follow Noble Pig on Pinterest.

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  352. Ashley Hipkin 353

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  353. DeeAnn S 354

    I’d use them for left-over foods most. Thanks.

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  354. tracy davis 355

    I would use them for leftovers!

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  355. michael neubauer 356

    I would use these for all of our leftovers and for sandwiches to take to work..

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  356. Lindsey 357

    Everything!! What wouldn’t you use them for?!

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  357. Karina 358

    I’d use them for leftovers, lunches, and for storing homemade baby food! 😀

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  358. Dawn 359

    Oh my! I’d use them for snacky things to eat between classes (nuts, granola, chocolate), and for the abundance of leftovers that we always seem to have. :)

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  359. Suzy 360

    I would totally use these for snacks! Pick me!

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  362. Jessica 363

    I would use them for leftovers and for packing my lunches!

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  373. Charlotte Padgett 374

    I would use them for small amounts of leftovers.

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  374. April V. 375

    I’d use them to carry my lunch to work every day.

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  375. Chayada 376

    I would use these for my left over! They look so cute!

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  376. Marla 377

    My cookie and cake decorating supplies. They definitely need some love!

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  377. EMMA L HORTON 378

    I WILL PUT LEFTOVERS IN THEM

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  378. Food

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  379. Tina Hutton 380

    I would use them for leftovers and for serving small stuff.

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  380. April V. 381

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  381. Mary Casper 382

    I would use them for leftovers and lunches

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  382. Jacqueline P 383

    I would use them to organize crafty bits and pieces and store sneaky snacks when im on the go.

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  383. kelly 384

    I so want these for my daughters lunch:) Great giveaway!

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  384. stony 385

    I’d use them for food storage, we are moving away from using plastic

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  388. Christine 389
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  389. Wendy 390

    I will pack my lunch– leftover smoked pork!

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  390. Wendy 391

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  391. Satin 392

    You find the best stuff… I have not seen or heard of these… would love to have some… :) thanks

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  392. kate 393

    LOVE storage! Tweeted from @katekatebear too! :)

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  393. Trudy Medrano 394

    Everything, I have been on a real kick to rid my home of plastic containers!

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  394. Mary Calabrese 395

    I’m going to put left-overs in these. Like left-over tator tots!

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  395. Christine 397

    for fresh fruit

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  396. leftovers, of course! and i promise that THIS time i’ll remember that our fridge at work gets cleaned out every Tuesday and that everything — including the storage containers — get thrown out with the food… :)

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  397. Lim 399

    Safety pins, buttons, and leftovers.

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  398. Steve Stone 400

    would be great for snacks

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  399. Randi Lynne 401

    Food and computer parts

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  400. Amanda 402

    I LOVE taking my lunch to work and could definitely do with these containers!

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  402. carol gentry 404

    Use them for my left overs

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  403. deeanna 405

    I’d definitely use them for my lunches — I agree, I much prefer glass to plastic for reheating.

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    My husbands lunch!

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  412. Kendis Fishman 414

    I would use the wean Green containers to package home made freezer jam and would gift the jams to friends as they visit over the holidays.

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  413. Barbara 416

    I would put Oreos in all of them!

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  414. Barbara 417

    And I am following Noble Pig on Pinterest

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  415. Jesse Gonzales 418

    Filling them up with Healthy lunches and snacks for my 8 year old son. Thank you for the opportunity of winning.

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  416. Sarah 419

    Yummy snacks for on the go and daycare! My little one an I always need to take our nibbles when we head out :)

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  419. Stephanie 422

    I am trying to keep my boyfriend off junk food as his new job entails a lot of time away from home. I have been freezing all sorts of meals for him to take on the go and these would be perfect!

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  423. Diane in Cincinnati 426

    I would use them for food storage ( and throw out all my plastic containers!).

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  424. LivLaughEat 427

    I would put everything in them! I love containers and I’m trying to switch our family over from plastics to glass – these look awesome!

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    I follow this blog in Google Reader…does that count as a RSS feed?

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  430. elven johnson 433

    I’d use them for snacks, beading on the go & to hide my little stuff.

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  431. Lisa 434

    Wow, I could really use these! They would be awesome for storing leftovers and organizing pantry, desk and closet items.

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  432. Lily Sheng 435

    These containers will mostly act like my “bento box” for brining lunch to work

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  441. Jodi Bassett 444

    I LOVE cooking in glassware….most of my cooking and baking is done in glass. It would be extra cool to be able to store leftovers in these lovely glass storage containers. Especially the small ones…I can never seem to have just the right size for small dabs of leftovers.

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  442. Megan 445

    I make a ton of homemade veggie stock and freeze it — i would use these for that!

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  446. Kathy 449

    I would use them for leftovers and relegate my plastic ones (the ones that packaged deli meats come in) to the recycling bin. Or I could use them as part of a shower gift for my daughter who is getting married.

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  447. Jodi Bassett 450

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  448. Tom Warnock 451

    I would love to put freezer jams and jellys into them!!!

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  449. Heather Flores 452

    Food, snacks, crafts, gifts!!!

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  450. Lynda M. 453

    I would put snacks and my lunch for work in them.

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  454. Maggie 457

    a replacement for tupperware!

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  455. Michelle C. 458

    I’d use them for leftovers.

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  456. Leslie J 459

    I would definitely use them for fridge storage for leftovers and in my lunchbox. Desperately trying to get away from tons of plastic.

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  457. Amanda 460

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  458. Lisa Shara Hall 461

    I would use them for my many leftovers! I never can cook for just 2!

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  459. Lisa Shara Hall 462

    And I did all the other things you requested!

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  460. Amanda 463

    I already follow you on twitter!

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  461. Wanda 464

    I will use them to store leftovers.
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  463. Laura 466

    I only use glass containers to store food. I use the vintage ones but they are getting to hard to find.

    Thanks for having such a great giveaway.

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  464. Laura 467

    I follow you on Pinterest too.

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  465. Cathy! I’m putting food in mine. Pesto – which I’m making with girlfriends on Wednesday. I freeze it and we eat all year long – or until we run out!!

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  466. Laura 469

    I’m going to put my home made baby food in the storage containers!

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    I tweeted about this giveaway (@nourishedlaura)

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  474. Laura 477

    I subscribe to your blog by RSS feed.

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  475. ann 478

    I am going to put everything in them and finally throw out the last of my plastic stained, nasty tupperware.

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  476. lace 479

    I’d fill mine with snacks for me and also one to store all those hair things that get tossed on the dresser.

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  477. Jennie 480

    I liked Wean Green on Facebook

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  478. Lisa C. 481

    I like Wean Green on facebook. :)

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  479. Jennie 482

    I liked Noble Pig on Facebook

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  480. Lisa C. 483

    I follow Wean Green on twitter. :)

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  481. Jennie 484

    If I win I would keep everything from food for my sons’ lunchboxes to tiny little Star Wars light sabers and safety pins in these nifty containers!

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  482. Lisa C. 485

    I would put baby food in my Wean Green containers for our little one. :)

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  483. Lisa C. 486

    I tweeted about the giveaway. :) link to twitter.com

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  484. karen s 487

    I will use it to store all my delicious food that I make. I will also, use it to take my lunch with me daily. I can’t stand store bought food. I know when I make it and take it it is going to be a really good meal.

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  485. Patricia Lacy 488

    I would use them for left overs, and for crafts storage!

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  486. Stasia 489

    I would use them to store snacks for my boys and leftovers (AKA Daddy’s lunch)!

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  487. Stasia 490

    I follow Noble Pig on Twitter

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  488. Pia Khuu 491

    I’ll be putting anything from snacks to crafting supplies in them. They are so cute!

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  489. Stasia 492

    I follow Wean Green on Twitter

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  490. Stasia 493

    I follow Noble Pig on Pinterest

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  491. Stasia 494

    I tweeted :Enter to win a @WeanGreen Storage Container Set, ($85) hosted by @noblepig link to tinyurl.com

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  492. Veronica 495

    I would put my son’s lunches & snacks in there!

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  493. Donna Doyle 496

    I pinned Noble Pig on pinterest

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  494. Donna Doyle 497

    I like Noble Pig on Facebook

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  495. Donna Doyle 498

    I like Wean Green on facebook

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  496. Cindy B 499

    I’m sure I will use wean cubes for many things but I will use them most to send my son and hubby’s lunches in :) Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  497. Tara E 500

    i’d use them for my son’s snacks… or my own!

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  498. Tara E 501

    follow wean green on fb

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  499. Tara E 502

    Follow Wean Green on Twitter

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  500. Carrie 503

    I LOVE Wean Green cubes too!!! They are SOOOOOOOO amazingly AWESOME! I would love to win this set because it would be great to have more cubes to put my son’s food in. I make all of his baby purees but now that he is graduating to different foods, it would be great to have an array of sizes.

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  501. Elizabeth Matthiesen 504

    my son’s lunches will definitely be in some of them, others will contain food stored in the fridge, others will decorate my kitchen, still others will hold the little bits & pieces that collect and have no home eg rubber bands, paper clips, bag clips etc.

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  502. Elizabeth Matthiesen 505

    I already like Wean Green on FB

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  503. Elizabeth Matthiesen 506

    I follow cathy- Noble Pig @elizamatt51

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  504. Elizabeth Matthiesen 507

    I already follow Wean Green @elizamatt51

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  505. Elizabeth Matthiesen 508

    I like Noble Pig on FB

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  506. Elizabeth Matthiesen 509

    I posted this giveaway link to my FB page link to facebook.com

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  507. Elizabeth Matthiesen 510
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  508. Grace Trujillo 511

    I love glass containers
    I would use them for:

    Storing my veggies and fruits
    My frozen breast milk
    For crackers and cookies
    Home made ice cream
    Cloth wipes to go
    And art supplies :-)

    It would be awesome for my three boys

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  509. Ivy H 512

    I’m going to put my daughters’ snacks and lunches for school

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  510. Ivy H 513

    Join Noble Pig on Facebook and leave a separate comment here telling me you did so.

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  511. Ivy H 514
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  512. Ivy H 515

    Joined Noble Pig on Facebook

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  513. Ivy H 516

    Follow Noble Pig on Twitter

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  514. Ivy H 517

    Follow Wean Green on Twitter

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  515. Ivy H 518

    Followed Noble Pig on Pinterest

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  516. Ivy H 519

    Subscribed to this blog by email

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  517. Kirsten 520

    Leftovers: pasta, sauces, veggies, potatoes.

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  518. Kirsten 521
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  519. Libby S 522

    I would use them to store all my leftovers from my home-cooked meals!

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  520. Danielle T 523

    Leftovers, snacks, picnic meals, or baby food for my new guy due any day now!

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  521. Sara S 524

    I would use it for my kids’ lunches and for my lunches when I go back to work next year.

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  522. Danielle T 525
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  523. Danielle T 526

    I like wean green on fb :)

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  524. Danielle T 527

    I like noble pig on fb :)

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  525. Danielle T 528

    I follow noble pig on twitter :)

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  526. Danielle T 529

    I follow wean green on twitter :)

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  527. Aimee 530

    I’d put lunches in them!

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  528. Aimee 531

    I like Wean Green on FB

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  529. Danielle T 532

    Shared on fb :) link to facebook.com

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  530. L Cavalletta 533

    Anything my child eats will go into these fabulous containers.

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  531. L Cavalletta 534

    Joined Noble Pig on Facebook

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  532. Janet N 535

    I would use this for anything and everything, primarily leftovers though.

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  533. L Cavalletta 536

    Joined Wean Green on Facebook

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  534. L Cavalletta 537

    Following Wean Green on Twitter

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  535. L Cavalletta 538

    Following Noble Pig on Twitter

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  536. L Cavalletta 539

    Tweeted Enter to win a @WeanGreen Storage Container Set, ($85) hosted by @noblepig link to tinyurl.com

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  537. Marissa 540

    I would love to snacks and cereals for my little guy in the Ween Green containers!

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  538. Marissa 541

    I liked you on Facebook

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  539. Marissa 542

    I followed you on Pinterest

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  540. Marissa 543

    I followed you Noble Pig on Twitter

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  541. Melissa 544

    I would use them for my work lunches

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  542. J Granito 545

    I like noble pig on pintrest

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  543. J Granito 546

    I like wean green on facebook =)

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  544. J Granito 547

    I would store leftovers and homemade baby food in wean green!! Seeds from my garden to plant for next year so the mice dont get them too!

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  545. J Granito 548

    Like noble pig on facebook =)

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  546. Esther 549

    I would store homemade vegan baby food for my newborn in these!!!

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  547. Audry 550

    I’m going to use them for baby food, snacks, lunch stuff.

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  548. Audry 551

    I follow Wean Green on Facebook.

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  549. Amanda Fairbanks 552

    Glass only for my little one. I plan to cook all the food when little Audrey becomes six months and even green is the container for us!

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  550. Audry 553

    I follow Wean Green on Twitter under handle @ASPettit

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  551. Audry 554

    I tweeted “Enter to win a @WeanGreen Storage Container Set, ($85) hosted by @noblepig link to tinyurl.com” under handle @ASPettit

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  552. Chrisite 555

    we would use them for my husband’s lunches and leftovers!

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  553. Tiffany Taplashvili 556

    I WOULD PUT MY SONS SNACKS IN THERE ALONG WITH MY SNACKS;)

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  554. Tiffany Taplashvili 557

    I FOLLOW NOBLE PIG VINEYARDS! TIFFANY TAPLASHVILI

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  555. Tiffany Taplashvili 558

    I DEFINTLY FOLLOW WEAN GREEN ON FACEBOOK!!

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  556. Tiffany Taplashvili 559

    I FOLLOW NOBLEPIG ON FOLLOWGRAM!

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  557. Tiffany Taplashvili 560

    I FOLLOW NOBLE PIG ON TWITTER

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  558. Tiffany Taplashvili 561

    I FOLLOW WEAN GREEN ON TWITTER

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  559. Tiffany Taplashvili 562

    I FOLLOW NOBLE PIG ON PINTEREST!

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  560. susan varney 563

    mostly for leftovers or whatever strikes me at the time

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  561. susan varney 564
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  562. Kelley 565

    I would start making my lunch for work and pack it in those rather than eat out.

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  563. Tiffany Taplashvili 568

    I TWEETED “Enter to win a @WeanGreen Storage Container Set, ($85) hosted by @noblepig link to tinyurl.com

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  564. Christine 569
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  565. Jenness 570

    I LOVE to cook, and always seem to cook too much. Perfect to use for lunches for my kids at school, myself at work, and for my hubby who works at home. These Wean Green containers would be just the right fit for our family to pack up or leftovers at the end of the meal in ready to go portions for the next day!

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  566. Jenness 571

    I have just recently discovered Oregon wines, and really like them a lot! So, of course, I gladly “liked” Noble Pig on FB!!!

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  567. Jenness 572

    Just “liked” Wean Green on FB! Now to order some of my favorites….

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  568. Jenness 573

    Posted the link to this give away on FB, too!!!

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  569. Jenness 574

    I now subscribe to your email as well…..

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  570. Christina p 575

    These look amazing! I would use these for my toddler for his breakfast for daycare and for his meals at home and on the go!

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  571. scott finger 576

    I have shared on Facebook and tweeted this contest did all I should do to help we really can use some kitchen stuff don’t have much plastic containers for left overs and snacks we can save food instead of throwing food away that we really don’t have

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  572. Jenness 577

    Now following Noble Pig on Twitter….

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  573. Mike 578

    These would be great for my son and I for snacks and leftovers. Also for our weekly trip to the park.

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  574. Jenness 579

    I follow Wean Green on Twitter, too….

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  575. Jenness 580

    Following Noble Pig on Pinterest…..

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  576. Christina p 581

    I like Noble Pig on Facebook!

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  577. Christina p 582

    I like Wean Green on Facebook !

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  578. Jenness 583

    And I posted “Enter to win a @WeanGreen Storage Container Set, ($85) hosted by @noblepig link to tinyurl.com” on my Twitter. I think that covers all the ways to win except the Instagram, which I do not use…. Good luck to me :)

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  579. Nancy Kumarasamy 584

    I would use those babys for lunch snacks and for some of my whole and ground spices. Thanks for such an awesome giveaway :)

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  580. Tara F. 585

    I would definitely use these for my son’s lunches, snacks, etc.
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  581. Tara F. 586

    Like Noble Pig on FB
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  582. Tara F. 587

    Like Wean Green on FB
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  583. Tara F. 588

    Follow Wean Green on Twitter – SweetInSAHMnity
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  584. Tara F. 589

    Follow Noble Pig on Pinterest
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  585. nicole orcutt 590

    I can see them replacing the current “containers” i use for my husband lunch… It looks like the lid will stay locked better than the ones i currently use.

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  586. Kayla C. 591

    I would use them for my son’s snacks.

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  587. Jenicon 592

    Funny, I want to put everything in them. I just had a conversation with my husband about how he didn’t think it was in our budget to get glass containers for our food. He also does not see the importance of it. I feel like its a very important change to make! This could help me convince him :)

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  588. Jenicon 593

    Followed you on Facebook

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  589. Jenicon 594

    followed you on pintrest

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  590. Jenicon 595

    Followed you on twitter :)

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  591. Jenicon 596

    Followed you on instagram

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  592. Jenicon 597

    I follow Ween green on facebook

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  593. Jenicon 598

    I follow Ween green on twitter :)

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  594. I would be filling my Ween Green with hubbies lunch! I already use the cubes every day in his lunch. Having a set of the rest of the containers would be great – for granola, fruit, berries, snacks! Yum!

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  595. Kristen Duever 601

    I would use them for homemade sauces and lunch snacks.

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  596. Kristen Duever 602

    I now follow Noble Pig on fb (under the name Duever Kristen)

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  597. Kristen Duever 603

    I now follow Wean Green on fb (fb name is Duever Kristen)

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  598. Kristen Duever 604

    I now follow Noble Pig on Twitter (@kduever)

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  599. Kristen Duever 605

    I now follow Wean Green on Twitter (@kduever)

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  600. Kristen Duever 606

    I now follow Noble Pig on Pinterest (kduever)

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  601. Mina Valego 607

    These are perfect to pack away my homemade lunches to go for my husband, a high school counselor.

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  602. Tannis W 608

    follow noble pic on facebook

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  603. Tannis W 609

    follow wean green on facebook

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  604. Tannis W 610

    follow wean green on twitter
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  605. Betsy 611

    I’m going to use these containers to get back to bringing my lunch to work AND finally ditch the oh-so-gross and bad for you plastic containers I’ve been using for years. It’s time for an upgrade!! Maybe I’ll put some of the pasta pie you made years ago – it’s one of my faves!

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  606. Betsy 612

    Liked Noble Pig on Facebook

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  607. Betsy 613

    Liked Wean Green on Facebook

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  608. Betsy 614

    Following Noble Pig on Twitter

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  609. Betsy 615

    Following Wean Green on Twitter

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  610. Betsy 616

    Tweeted :-) – Enter to win a @WeanGreen Storage Container Set, ($85) hosted by @noblepig link to tinyurl.com

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  611. Betsy 617

    Following Noble Pig on Pinterest

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  612. Anita Polk 618

    I would put my snacks in my noble wean containers.

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  613. Lara 619

    My little guy’s lunch – he keeps eating more & more!

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  614. Lara 620

    Tweeted! @babylandj

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  615. Carolyn 621

    I’ve never seen these containers before, but I love them! I would use them to bring my lunch and snacks to work (I wouldn’t let my 15 year olds bring them to school because I’d never see them again).

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  616. Anabel 622

    I would use these for my families lunch everyday. I am tired of Plastic I need an upgrade.

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  617. Danielle 623

    I would put tons of snacks for my purse in the Wean Green cubes! Would use the larger ones to store cut veggies and fruit for quick lunches for my toddler and me!

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  618. Danielle 624

    I followed Noble Pig on Twitter!

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  619. Danielle 625

    I follow Wean Green on Twitter!

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  620. Letitia O 626

    I would use them for lunches for my kids, husband, and me!

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  621. Kayla C. 627

    Following Noble Pig on twitter.

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  622. Kayla C. 628

    Following Wean Green on twitter.

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  623. Kayla C. 629

    Folowing noble pig on pinterest.

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  624. Kayla C. 630

    Following noble pig on instagram.

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  625. Kayla C. 631

    Tweeted about giveaway.

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  626. Lenny Zinger 632

    I’d store my sons snacks and lunches inside!:)

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  627. Christy 633

    I would put kids snacks, leftovers, tiny scrapbooking pieces/crafting stuff, my daughter’s hair stuff (those tiny elastics find their way all over my house!

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  628. Christy 634

    i liked you on FB

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  629. Christy 635

    i already like wean green on fb

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  630. Phil A 636

    Great for leftovers and snacks.

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  631. Tara E 637

    follow noble pig on fb

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  632. Tara E 638
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  633. joni 639

    I’ll use them for leftovers and work lunches.

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  634. joni 640

    following noblepig on twitter @smilekisses

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  635. joni 641

    following weangreen on twitter @smilekisses

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  637. Nava 643

    What would I use them for? Well, first I’d curl up in one and take a nap (yes, fellow glassaholic here too! I can’t stand stainy, warpy,stinky plastic!). Then I’d reluctantly climb out and daydream about what delicacies I’d put into my preschooler’s lunch (rockamole [guacamole] of our own concoction with Wasa crackers. Happy cake [almond butter brownies with cocoa]. Baby carrots with hummus. Fun little melon balls with ‘umbwella’ toothpicks. Quinoa patties… yum! This question is definitely inspiring me to cook right now (its only 11pm..).

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  638. Alexandra Clatterbuck 644

    I always make huge dinners so we will use them for leftovers and for my husband to take his lunch in.

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  639. Nava 645

    I’m following Noble Pig on facebook!

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  640. Nava 646

    I’m following WeanGreen on facebook!

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  641. Alexandra Clatterbuck 648

    Following Noble Pig on FB

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  642. Alexandra Clatterbuck 649

    Liked Wean Green on FB as Tairy Hesticle

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  643. Alexandra Clatterbuck 650

    Following Noble Pig on Twitter

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  644. Alexandra Clatterbuck 651

    Following Wean Green on Twitter
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  645. Nava 652

    I’m following Noble Pig on twitter!

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  646. Alexandra Clatterbuck 653

    Following Noble Pig on Pinterest as Tairy Hesticle

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  647. Nava 654

    I’m following WeanGreen on twitter!

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  648. lindsey 655

    i would use them for my sons snacks

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  649. Heather S 656

    craft supplies

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  650. Diana 657

    I will use them for my husband’s lunches…and for mine! lol

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  651. Diana 658

    I joined Noble Pig on Facebook! :)

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  652. Diana 659

    I liked Wean Green on Facebook.

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  653. Diana 660

    Shared on Facebook

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  654. Karen 661

    Leftovers and cut up fruits/vegetables

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  655. Vicky Balkwill 662

    I would use them for my kids and husband’s lunches!

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  656. Margaret Imecs 663

    I would put my my family and kids lunch, storage leftovers, veggies, cookies, soup, cold cuts, cheese.

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  657. Margaret Imecs 664

    Tweeted for today: link to twitter.com

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  658. Kim Henrichs 665

    Nuts and candy!

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  659. Kim Henrichs 666

    I like Noble Pig on Facebook

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  660. Kim Henrichs 667

    I like Wean Green on Facebook

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  661. Kim Henrichs 668

    I follow Noble Pig on Pinterest
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  662. Kim Henrichs 669

    I am an email subscriber.

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  663. Shannon 670

    I would use them for food mostly.

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  664. Lydia 671

    I would use the containers for food storage.

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  665. Katherine 672

    I would use the containers for leftovers I want to reheat and use them for my family’s lunches. I love these containers! :)

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  666. Christine 673
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  667. Melissa JN 674

    I would use them for leftovers and cut up veggies and fruit for snacking instead of using plastic zip bags.

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  668. Melissa JN 675

    Liked Noble Pig on Facebook!

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  669. Melissa JN 676

    Liked Wean Green on Facebook!

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  670. Melissa JN 677

    I am following Noble Pig on Twitter! @melissanorton3

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  671. Melissa JN 678

    I am following Wean Green on Twitter! @melissanorton3

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  672. Melissa JN 679

    I am following Noble Pig on Pinterest! mjn132

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  673. Melissa JN 680

    Tweeted your giveaway! link to twitter.com

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  674. Jeanie Payne 681

    I’d put food in them for lunches and snacks.

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  675. Diane Kleemann 682

    I will use them for leftovers.

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  676. I would use these for baby food! I have a spankin’ new baby and when he’s ready for solids, I’m going to puree and a bunch and freeze/refrigerate them and these would be great!

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  677. I liked Noble Pig on Facebook!

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  678. Liked Wean Green on Facebook!

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  679. Jennifer 686

    My daughter’s lunch for school and leftovers!

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  680. willowsprite 687

    I am a glass container aholic too. I’m anti-plastic and people think it’s weird. I keep getting invited to Tupperware parties and have to keep saying “I don’t buy plastic containers!” Seriously, how much of that stuff do you need to have parties all the time…
    Anywho, I’d put anything and everything in there…snacks, lefteovers, spices, condiments…

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  681. willowsprite 688

    Joined you on facebook!

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  682. willowsprite 689

    I like Wean Green on facebook.

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  683. willowsprite 690

    Following you on twitter @willowsprite

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  684. willowsprite 691

    Following Wean Green on twitter.

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  685. willowsprite 692

    Following you on Pinterest. Can’t follow on Instagram because I don’t have a smartphone. No fair!

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  686. willowsprite 693

    I subscribed via email.

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  687. willowsprite 694

    Tweeted the tweet! link to twitter.com

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  688. cookies
    Thanks for the giveaway! Janna Johnson [email protected] GFC: [email protected]

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  689. ferriz 696

    cookies, chips, and candy.

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  690. Cindy B 697

    I liked wean green on fb.

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  691. Cindy B 698

    I follow wean green on twitter

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  693. John Kirkpatrick 700

    I would use them to organize & store my wife’s medical supplies.

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  694. Debra Guillen 701

    i will use them for my husbands lunches which he takes everyday

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  695. Debra Guillen 702

    like Noble Pig on Facebook (Debra L. Guillen)

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    like Wean Green on Facebook (Debra L. Guillen)

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  697. Debra Guillen 704

    Follow Noble Pig on Twitter @aliasr2

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    Follow Wean Green on Twitter @aliasr2

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  699. Alexa B. 706

    i would put veggies in the container.

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  700. Debra Guillen 707

    Follow Noble Pig on Pinterest link to pinterest.com

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  701. Debra Guillen 708

    posted link on facebook link to facebook.com

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  702. Debra Guillen 709
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  703. Debra Guillen 710

    email subscriber

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  704. Margaret Imecs 711
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  705. Sonya 712

    I’d store snacks in some of them and use some for lunches!

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  706. Sonya 713

    Noble Pig FB fan as Sonya Neal

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  707. Sonya 714

    Wean FB fan as Sonya Neal

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  708. Sonya 715

    Noble Pig Twitter follower as dewer421

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  709. Sonya 716

    Noble Pig Pinterest follower as sanity4sonya

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  710. McKim 717

    I would put items I’m taking to work for lunch.

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  711. brandy c 718

    Leftovers!

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  712. Erica C. 719

    I’ll pack chips and dip!

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  713. vikki Billings 720

    I would use them for leftovers

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  714. vikki Billings 721

    I like noble pig on facebook

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  715. vikki Billings 722

    I liked wean green on facebook

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  716. melissa Resnick 723

    cork screws

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  717. Christine 724
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  718. Valerie Taylor Mabrey 725

    snacks so they proportional
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  719. Lisa 726

    I’d use it today for tomato to soup…

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  720. Lisa 727

    liked noble pig

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  721. Jaime Mac 728

    I’m going to put peanuts in them

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  722. Candis Binkley 729

    Anything and everything, whatever fits.

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  723. LeAnn Headrick 730

    I liked Noble Pig on Facebook and Wean Green on Facebook. These containers would be wonderful for my accessories and skin care products. Thank you so much for the opportunity!

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  724. left overs and fresh fruit

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  725. Mary Cloud 732

    Leftovers

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  726. Trevor C. 733

    I would use them to pack lunch to work on the construction site. Thanks :)

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  727. Sandy 734

    Probably my lunch and leftovers! I also love glass and have been working on phasing out all our tupperware so this would be awesome!

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  728. Sandy 735

    I followed you on fb as Sandy Saves.

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  729. Sandy 736

    I followed wean green on fb as Sandy Saves.

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  730. Sandy 737

    I followed you on twitter as @Sandy_Saves.

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  731. Sandy 738

    I followed wean green on twitter as @Sandy_Saves.

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  732. Renski 739

    I’d put leftovers in them.

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  733. Renski 740

    Renski Pipski follows Noble Pig on facebook

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  734. Brittani 741

    I’d put leftovers in them, of course!

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  735. Brittney House 742

    I would store fruits

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  736. Andrea 743

    I would use Wean Green containers to pack school lunches for my kids and myself; I’m a kindergarten teacher. Thanks:)

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  737. Andrea 744

    I liked Noble Pig on facebook.

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  738. Andrea 745

    I’m following Noble Pig on Pintrest. Now I’ll see all of your new recipies!

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  739. Andrea 746

    I liked Wean Green on Facebook.

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  740. Krystle G 747

    lunch packing for my son or even myself! perfect for picnics, too!

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  741. Krystle G 748

    liked noble pig on fb

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  742. I’d use them to hold paperclips on my office desk

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  743. deana c 750

    I will put leftovers in these.

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  744. Ambar 751

    Besides food, I’d use these to tame the mess of tiny little trinkets my kids love to collect. My 5 dd says she’ll take one with a pink lid and put her prettiest hair clips and accessories in it. Mr. 7 says he’ll take the one with green lids and put his marble collection in it. Mr. 12 says he doesn’t collect “trinkets” apparently that’s a term too girly for him. He’ll use them to pack his personal snacks for each day, and he’ll take the rest of the set to do just that…except not one with a pink lid. What a fun giveaway! Love the photos showing how you used these containers.

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  745. Ambar 752

    Joined Noble Pig on FB :)

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  746. Ambar 753

    Joined Wean Green on FB :)

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  747. Ambar 754

    Followed Noble Pig on Pinterest :)

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  748. Heather 755

    I would use these containers to pack my own lunch. Wean Green is awesome for my little guy’s lunches. They never leak.

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  749. Julia C 756

    Everything! Probably mainly food though.

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  750. Julia C 757

    I follow via RSS

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  751. Karen 758

    I will store fruits and veggies. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  752. Angela Neynaber 759

    We would use these for food storage.

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  753. Chrissy Nestor 760

    These are great, I’ll put cookes and snacks in mine.

    chrissylea1979 (at)gmail(dot) com

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  754. I’ll be using them for all of the fall casseroles that I’ll be making soon!

    Thanks for all of the hard work that goes into your site!

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  755. I like Wean Green on Facebook.

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  756. I follow you on twitter. @notaprilbrooks

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  757. I follow Wean Green on twitter. @notaprilbrooks

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  760. Kristy Thiel 767

    I’d use these for lunches to work!

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  761. Keara B. 768

    I would put leftovers and hubby’s sack lunch in the cubes!

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  762. Keara B. 769

    I tweeted! link to twitter.com

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  763. Keara B. 770

    I follow Noble Pig on Pinterest. (crazyseal21)

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  764. Keara B. 771

    I follow Wean Green on twitter! (@crazyseal21)

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  765. juliette m. 772

    my daughter would use them for lunches, she’d pack cookies, gummy bears, grapes, cheese :-)

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  766. juliette m. 773

    i like you on facebook

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  767. juliette m. 774

    i like wean green on facebook

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  768. susan smoaks 775

    i am going to use these to store chips, pretzels, cereal, etc…

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  769. juliette m. 776

    followin you on twitter @evermorewinter

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  770. juliette m. 777

    following wean green on twitter @evermorewinter

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  771. juliette m. 778

    following you on pinterest (evermorewinter)

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  772. sarah 779

    I think I’ll put baby food and leftovers in them.

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  773. juliette m. 780
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  774. Dory 781

    I make all my work week lunches on Sundays, so I would definitely be using these for that!

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  775. Wehaf 782

    I would definitely use these for all our leftovers!

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  776. Breanne 783

    I’d use them for food

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