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Lunchskins is a manufacturing company that produces planet-friendly and stylish drinking straws and food storage bags that are alternatives to disposable plastic bags. It was founded by Kirsten Quigley in 2008 and based in Bethesda, Maryland. Lunchskins are made from a quick-drying fabric coated with a food-safe polyurethane liner. Their products have been featured in ABC News Portland, ABC News Tampa, USA TODAY, Forbes, Cafe Mom, The Good Trade, Vitamin Retailer, Martha Stewart, Boston Globe, CTV News, Washington Post, Tampa Bay Parenting Mag, Times Union, ST. Louis Magazine, and many more. The unique, high-quality fabric was originally manufactured for pastry bags used in bakeries, restaurants, and home kitchens. Additionally, Lunchskins are grease-proof and moisture-proof, making them ideal for messy sandwiches and snacks. Lunchskins products are available at retail stores and in groceries like Walmart, Kroger, Safeway, Whole Foods Market, Giant, Albertsons, HEB, Sprouts, and many more.