Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Eco-Foil Bake and Recycle {Review & Giveaway}

Sponsored by Tomoson.com


Most companies are putting forth an effort to be more green conscience. I myself have doing my part to try and make our household more green - Getting our recyclables together, using high- efficiency shower heads, turning off the lights when we leave a room, using high efficiency bulbs and more.


When I came across Eco-Foil I could help but think use of their product would bring me one step closer in doing my part to be green.  Eco-Foil is the first and only aluminum baking pans & trays made from 100% recycled aluminum materials. I use baking pans at least once a week. I find it much more convenient when baking a Ziti, turkey etc. You know me anything to avoid cleaning the after mess. I would rather just toss the mess out.


With Eco-Foil you find that not only are their products made from 100% recycled material from the pan to the lid, but it is also 100% recyclable after use! Just imagine - You use your recycle pan, toss it into the recycling bin, and it's made into a totally new pan. The cycle just repeats. Aluminum is one of those materials that can be recycled over and over with out losing any of it's key properties that make it strong and durable.

Eco-Foil offers a variety of products to choose from, including roasters, baking pans, and a favorites like the kind roaster with handles as well as many others. Eco-Foil pans are also 100% American made!


Buy It: You can find Eco Foil pans at your local grocer


Win It: One lucky reader will win a Eco-Foil Prize Pack to get you on the road to going green.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.







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