Apple Park Launches New Eco-Friendly Backpacks and Lunch Packs

January 23, 2013

Apple Park’s new eco-friendly backpacks and lunch packs for kids feature playful characters and are made from 100% recycled materials

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 23, 2013

The Picnic Pals are ready for school! Apple Park´s new collection of eco-friendly backpacks and lunch packs feature the popular characters, along with a few new ones that kids are sure to love. The functional packs are durably designed for every day use and made from eco-friendly, recycled materials. Each has embroidered details and vibrant accent colors. These packs stand out and are “green”.

The backpack collection comes in seven unique embroidered designs: Purple Owl, White Owl, Penguin, Monkey, Bat, Cubby and Bunny. A larger pack in three designs (include variations) is sized to accommodate schoolbooks and a three-ring binder. The lunch pack collection comes in all seven designs and is made from the same heavy-duty, recycled material along with an insulated, waterproof interior lining. Both the backpacks and the lunch packs have a nametag and an apple zipper pull.

Apple Park´s BackAgain fabric saves plastic bottles from becoming landfill waste and reconstitutes them through an eco-friendly process. The PET bottles are ground into flakes and washed to remove any plastic coating or contaminants. Then the flakes are spun into fiber that is woven into 100% recycled nylon that is BPA free, PVC free, Phthalate-free and non-toxic.

Apple Park´s new backpacks and lunch packs will be featured at the upcoming trade shows:

  • Atlanta Gift Show, Atlanta, GA (January 11th — 15th)
  • ENK Children´s Club, New York, NY (January 13th — 15th)
  • New York International Gift Show, New York, NY (January 26th — 30th)
  • International Toy Fair, Nuremberg, Germany (January 30th — February 4th)

About Apple Park

Apple Park designs and manufactures eco-friendly and luxurious products for babies and children using only the finest organic, sustainable and recycled materials. http://www.applepark.com

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