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The Gold Coast, QLD, Australia
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If you are looking for an alternative to the throwaway plastic yoghurt pouches, then the Sinchies range is perfect for you. Although you'll be amazed at the range of uses for these reusable pouches, and it goes way beyond yoghurt pouches. Sinchies also make reusable sandwich and snack bags, icy pole pouches and much more.

They have been designed so you can easily freeze them, they are dishwasher safe and very easy to fill. We love making smoothies and freezing them for the kid's lunchbox. By lunchtime, they are the perfect cool drink and on a hot summers day, they are thoroughly enjoyed. We also used them to freeze leftover soup, check out our White Winter Vegetable Soup.

You'll love the really strong double zip lock on them because it prevents leaks. With the pouches, all you have to do is pour in the mixture and zip it up.

Sam

Sinchies Uses

  • Yoghurt
  • Babyfood
  • Puree
  • Soups
  • Dips
  • Spice Rubs
  • Sauces
  • Salad dressing
  • Smoothies
  • Sandwiches
  • Snack bags
  • Icy poles / iceblocks

They also make the perfect size for travel because you can fill them with things like shampoo and conditioner. You can also use them for sunscreen and even moisturiser.

Accessories

  • Collapsible funnel to help with filling
  • Anti-choking lids with a cleaning brush
  • Drying racks
  • Recipe cards

Sinchies make the perfect gift for a baby shower or new baby present.

Best of all, the Sinchies brand has been created by Sam, who is a mum making a difference in our disposable world. Back in 2012, Sam started with the yoghurt pouches and has grown her amazing business to one of Australia's much-loved brands.

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