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Raspberry Kids has received lots of great shout outs in many amazing publications. Here are a few of our notable mentions:

Vitamin Daily: Think Outside The Lunch Box - September 4, 2013
We are going to reduce our reusable water bottle collection (we all have at least ten, right?) and buy one perfect bottle. The KOR Vida Hydration Vessel is just that. It’s ergonomic handle and smooth spout (they call it the “Perfect Spout™”) doesn’t make use feel like we are drinking from a tin can. And it looks so much better than the branded plastic bottle we got at our last company picnic.
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yoyomama: pack to school - September 3, 2013
Bixbee bags look different than your regular backpack, thanks to a unique horizontal design, which make items easy to reach. Equipped with tons of pockets inside and out, your kid can pack all their valued treasures and still have room for homework! Water-resistant and equipped with super cushy shoulder straps, these colourful backpacks also come with a cause: for every bag sold, Bixbee donates a school bag filled with supplies to a child in need, around the world.
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Vitamin Daily: The Name Game - August 31, 2013
Help keep things from going MIA in the cubby hole with these very handy Emily Press labels. With very affordable write-your-own sets ($9.99) and eco-friendly reuseable sets with no sticky residue ($19.99/47), you can choose from a wide variety of themes (flowers, books, owls, stars, camo, splatter paint, pennants and even - gasp! - plain) and customize with your child's name. If starting from scratch, the First Class School package includes shoe and clothing stickers, too.
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Savvy Mom: The Best Backpacks, Lunch Bags and More - August, 2013
Just like that they move from preschool to kindergarten to primary grades, and of course they’ll require just the right-sized roomy carryall to accompany them. Milkdot’s colourful but cool collection (literally, it comes with an insulated exterior pocket to keep drinks and snacks cold) can easily shoulder all that serious big kid responsibility.
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Toronto4Kids: Back To School Guide - August, 2013
Make lunch time fun time with Funbites! Funbites Food Cutters quickly cut food into small bite sized pieces. Each comes with a matching popper to instantly pop out the fun shaped pieces of food. Funbites are made from a durable high performance material and are top-shelf dishwasher safe, and BPA free. Perfect for making creative bento box lunches! Comes in 3 shapes: squares, triangles, and hearts.
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Toronto4Kids: Let's Do Lunch - August, 2013
A parent’s favourite, these bags are perfect for sandwiches and snacks on-the-go and school lunches. Available in a variety of hip patterns and colours, these multi-use baggies are the answer to reducing plastic. Comes in Sandwich, Snack, or Sub size.
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Vitamin Daily: Online Lifesavers - August 17, 2013
I love knowing that everything I find on Raspberry Kids has been vetted for safety, eco-friendliness and all-around cuteness by the brilliant Sue Sinclair. Pick up clothes, books, toys, body care and their amazing litterless-lunch range..
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Urban Mommies: 15 Back To School Essentials - August 6, 2013
Lunchskins are one of our favourite products of all time. Reusable and cute as a button, the whole family should have a stash for healthy snacks and sandwiches.
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yoyomama: Buzz Off Safe Insect Repellents - July 31, 2013
The wilds of buggy Manitoba are where we put this next bug spray to the test. Graydon Outdoor Spray ($17.99), like Mozi-Q, is a Canadian product, which relies on ingredients like soya bean oil, lemon, lime, and grapefruit juice and more for its bug fighting powers. While the recommended age range was for ages 6+, we’d feel comfortable using this on younger kids (though probably only on their clothes, not their skin), and you can even protect your dog with it (we did)! It’s lightly scented, not oily or greasy, and some of the therapeutic oils it contains also help screen out the sun’s rays, however the Manitoba weather was on the damp and cool side, so we can’t attest to its efficacy on that front.
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Bonaccord Creative: Consistency is Key In Digital Marketing - Raspberry Kids - July 29, 2013
This week in our regular Q&A series, we asked Sue Sinclair, Chief Executive Mom at Raspberry Kids, what the most important piece of digital marketing is that she does. Sue’s response indicates that it is consistency that has been key for her business, not necessarily a particular platform.
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Swank Mama: Swank Finds: Baby - July 12, 2013
This looks like the perfect towel to dry off your baby girl after bathtime! Available at Raspberry Kids. *UPDATE* We've been told that this particular pattern has been discontinued by Dwell Studio and that there is only one left at Raspberry Kids. Snag it while you can!
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Vitamin Daily: Stick It To 'Em - July 6, 2013
These temporary tattoo earrings are made from food-grade vegetable dyes and feature motifs like popsicles, flowers, and tropical island imagery. Stick them onto your kids’ ear lobes for a great alternative to a piercing, they work as party favours, dress up accessories, and rainy day fun.

Just make sure they don't stick them on their nose or belly button, we don't want them getting any ideas about possible future piercings.
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iVillage: Top 11 Toys of Summer 2013 - July, 2013
Click through to read about iVillage's top toy picks for summer including our Janod Equilibloc, Strider Prebike and Poppy Drops Temporary Tattoo Earrings.
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Elizabeth Street: Sue Sinclair - July, 2013
Click through to read about our Chief Executive Mom, Sue Sinclair.
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Savvy Mom: The List: 29 Expert Sun Safety Tips - May, 2013
Heads up. This hip Hawaiian-themed quick-dry microfibre hat comes with a wide brim and a secure chin toggle to keep it perfectly in place—whether they’re in an actual paradise or simply splashing in the kiddie pool.
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Vitamin Daily: Picnic Packing Guide - May 18, 2013
If you prefer packing your own meals on holiday, Lunchskins are the perfect companion. The reusable snack bags mean you can travel light, but with the equivalent of 20 tupperwares. They can hold fruit, sandwiches, or treats, and are easy to rinse out in a hotel room. From $8.49 at Raspberry Kids.
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iVillage: Woman We Love: Meet Sue Sinclair of Raspberry Kids - May 9, 2013
Meet Sue Sinclair, mom to three and founder and Chief Executive Mom at Raspberry Kids, an online shop for fun and eco-conscious toys and gear for kids. The entrepreneurial mama shares what it's like to live in a "two entrepreneur household" (with husband Jeff), her kids' ‘melt your heart’ moments, thoughts on work-life balance, and the hardest thing about being a mom.
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Ethical Deal: Mother’s Day eco-Gift Guide for your Green Mom - May, 2013
You’re lucky because you have a lot of great options! Try creating a personalized outdoor plant container filled with plants that you have specifically picked out. I highly suggest things you can cook with: basil, lavender, thyme, chocolate mint for something special and anything else you know she would love to have at hand. Go the extra mile and place all the supplies in your planter as a double-duty gift basket. Hide it on her deck the night before and have her wake up to it! What a lovely surprise, especially if you all do it together; I suggest after brunch. If you have more of an indoor planter there are these amazing little felt pods that are also great for the mom with little kids running around because these will never really break!
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The Kid Scoop: Earth Day For Kids: Get the Gear- April 18, 2013
On April 22, 2013 the world will be celebrating Earth Day! It’s a time to be good to our planet, enjoy the great outdoors and to teach our children about taking care of it. But earth day for kids doesn’t have to be all about garbage pickup and sorting recyclables. There is so much cool stuff out there that does our planet good while letting our kids have fun at the same time! So we’ve rounded up some of our favourite earth-friendly products that are kid-friendly too! The days of the ziploc gone are all but gone thanks to Lunchskins. These reusable sandwich bags makes snacking eco-friendly and fun to look at too!
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Savvy Mom: What You Need When Travelling With Kids - February, 2013
You know from experience that no two babies are alike. The same goes for seats. Which is why this fabric highchair is our constant travel companion for kids who are able to securely sit upright (approx. from 8 months to 2½ years).
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Apartment Therapy: Super Tweet Lunches: Bird Bag Roundup - January 31, 2013
I love the sounds of chirping birds when I go outdoors… even though it's still chilly outside, the birds are telling us it's only a matter of time before the world warms up again! If you're in the market for a new lunchbox for your little one, here are a few cheerful birdie bags to help herald the start of spring.
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Sweet Potato Chronicles: Sweet Stuff: People Towels (Not Paper Towels) - January 17, 2013
How much do I love these? Even the greenest of us can find having kids sets us back to our pre-enlightened ways (hello, disposable diapers!). So it’s great to come across products that solve a problem (my kids are a mess) that doesn’t make me feel guilty (paper napkins). These reusable, 100% organic cotton hand towels are perfect for packed lunches, picnics, diaper bags or even your briefcase. They’re light, absorbent and dry quickly. Just throw them in the laundry between uses. You can buy them singly or in packs of 2 and 3.
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BuzzFeed: 27 Ways To Improve A Brown Bag Lunch - January 3, 2013
These LunchSkins cut down on wasteful disposable plastic bags.
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