Ziploc Giveaway and Make A Difference Mom Contest Info

Ziploc and TerraCycle are working together on the Make A Difference Mom Contest to find a mother who takes extra effort to better  the environment. Does she recycle everything, reduce waste and electricity in her home, take part in a car pool, use a compost bin, or have a garden for her family? You can nominate a mom you know or even yourself at the TerraCycle website by December 15th.

The Make A Difference Mom Contest is open to the US. Four finalists will be featured, but only one will win the Grand Prize! The grand prize winner will receive a Ziploc and TerraCycle Prize Pack, $1,500 to reward herself or her community and a video camera to document her family making a difference! The 3 Runners Up will receive Ziploc and TerraCycle Prize Packs.

Ziploc Freezer Bags and Twist 'n Lock Containers

Not wasting food is an important step in bettering our environment and Ziploc can help us take care of that. The Ziploc Twist ‘n Loc Containers keep freshness in by blocking out air. They are BPA free and come in a package of 3 containers and lids.  Use the Ziploc Twist ‘n Loc containers in your freezer or microwave as directed.

Ziploc Smart Zip Freezer Bags also keeps air out. With Smart Zip, as you slide your hand across the seal, you hear it closing.  Use these bags when you buy foods in bulk or have leftovers. These come in handy for the holidays when you are doing a lot of prep work, cooking and have more than the usual amount of leftovers.

Ziploc products have the Box Tops For Education labels on their products, which many schools collect for items they can’t afford to purchase.

Giveaway

Win a set of Ziploc Twist ‘n Loc Containers and a box of Ziploc Smart Zip Freezer Bags (15 bags)

Rules

1. Contest starts now and ends December 10th midnight EST.
2. Open to adults 18 and over from US
3. One submission per household.
4. Winner will be chosen by Random.org.
5. Winner has 2 days to claim prize via email.
6. Have fun and tell your friends.

How To Enter:

For One Entry For Each Below: (please leave a separate comment for each entry)

1. Leave a comment about what you do with leftovers.
2. Enter another giveaway and leave a comment on which one.
3. Use the Share Button and share this post (for example on Facebook, Reddit, Digg, etc.) Leave a comment for each place you shared. One point for each share.
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6. Visit my Holiday Gift Guide and name an item you’d like to get or give as a gift.
7. Tweet this exactly. You may tweet this daily: (leave a link to your tweet or your Twitter ID)

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This post was written for Family Review Network & SC Johnson who provided the complimentary product for review & giveaway in exchange for my honest opinions.

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Comments

  1. I put all of my leftovers in reusable containers like Pyrex or Tupperware.

  2. I have entered the Clorox giveaway

  3. I would like the Mater Tall tales game as a gift for my kids

  4. Tracie Trump
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    My leftovers always go in ziploc containers! tracietrump@yahoo.com

  5. I like to make pot pies with leftovers. Thanks for the chance.

  6. I use ziploc bags to put my leftovers in.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

  7. well i have lost all of my stuff over time and right now I have butter bowls in there with leftovers I really need to remember to buy some new containers lol

  8. i am entered into the Clorox giveaway

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  12. I store them in plastic containers or Ziploc bags.

  13. When we have leftovers I store them in plastic bowls.

  14. EMMA L HORTON says:

    I FREEZE THEM IN PLASTIC BAGS

  15. Gloria Walshver says:

    I put my leftovers in bags and freeze it.

  16. Depending on how many meals they will make, I’ll freeze in containers or store in fridge in something I can reheat them in.

  17. We always put them in plastic containers and then we either freeze them (usually if it’s a soup or stew) or have them for lunch the next day.

  18. Leftovers = my lunch the next day at work since my kids won’t eat them very often.

  19. Linda Lansford says:

    I put them in baggies

  20. I store them in plastic bowls

  21. Annmarie W. says:

    We try to use our leftovers as much as possible. Usually once a week or so, we have “smorgasbord” night (which is just a fancy term for pulling out the leftovers from the bridge and having a mix of them…everyone can have whichever they want). I also try to use leftovers in other dishes & soups (altho I’m not always as good at that as I should be!)

  22. Annmarie W. says:

    I’m one of your facebook fans! (Annmarie Dipasqua Weeks)

  23. Annmarie W. says:

    I like your Holiday Gift Guide! So many good choices! I’d love to get pretty much anything from Vera Bradley…or Handbag Heaven!

  24. Annmarie W. says:
  25. I store leftovers in plastic containers and reheat them in the microwave.

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  28. I’d like to give my son the iGo Charge Anywhere Charger from the Gift Guide

  29. Monique Rizzo says:

    I store leftover veggies and make stews and soups.Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

  30. I like to have leftovers the next day for lunch.

  31. i will usually just throw plastic wrap over the leftovers

  32. When we have leftovers I store in plastic containers for another meal, almost always hubby’s lunch for the next day.

    stanleybilly(at)bellsouth(dot)net

  33. Sometimes I put my leftovers in a bowl with handi wrap on top— sometimes I use tupperware.

  34. Vera S
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    My leftovers go into plastic containers but lately I’ve been tossing them as they are breaking. I guess they weren’t meant to last forever. 🙁

  35. Vera S
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  36. I put the leftovers in the fridge and once a week we have leftover night for dinner.

  37. I USUALLY THROW AWAY LEFT OVERS, HOWEVER, WITH A NEW BABY ON THE WAY IT IS TIME TO BE MUCH LESS WASTEFUL AND START SAVING THEM 🙂

    shebebes@yahoo.com

  38. Jennifer I. says:

    Leftovers go into corningware in the fridge.

  39. Awesome blog and thanks for the giveaway!
    Would love, love, LOVE to win this!
    Happy holidays!
    =]

  40. I let my lefovers cool, put them in the fridge overnight, then eat them for lunch the next day.

  41. feed them to the pets

  42. I put leftovers in containers and take them to work for lunch the next day.

  43. We try to eat them up, but frequently end up throwing them out. We are getting better about using them up, though.

  44. Tonya Dean says:

    We put them in a bowl in the fridge. The usually don’t last very long.

    tdlsfm(at)gmail(dot)com

  45. fat mommy cass says:

    I usually wrap them in foil or cover them over on a dish

  46. fat mommy cass says:

    Holiday gift guide- SmartSeat Dining Chair Cover and Protector

  47. I bring our leftovers to work with me for lunch.

  48. We eat leftovers all the time! I store them in ziploc bags or tupperware then microwave them the next day.

  49. I also entered the Scentsy giveaway!

  50. I always put leftover in plastic containers

  51. Our place is difficult for leftovers. There are three of us and the other two eat very differently than I do. I don’t like most of the stuff they make so I rarely eat leftovers unless it is specifically something I like and they don’t really like leftovers at all so they sit there until someone decides to throw them out. I’ve tried to get them to eat the leftovers but it is rare when they do.

  52. I store my leftovers in Chinese takeout containers so that we can take them for lunch the next day.

  53. Mellissa C says:

    I freeze them in ziploc bags.

  54. I always freeze my leftovers in plastic containers with the date and what they are clearly labeled on them.

  55. Rhonda Clemens
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    We make hotdishes or soups with left overs!

    clemensrhonda@hotmail.com

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  59. I store leftovers in Ziploc bags or in Tupperware containers.

  60. James Coyne says:

    We put them in containers such as tupperware

  61. James Coyne says:

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