About My Lil Pouch

1 copyAbout the Pouch

My Lil Pouch is the toughest, most versatile food squeeze pouch to tick every box.

Dishwasher safe and BPA free, these reusable storage containers are safe for our kids, inexpensive to buy and perfect for lunchboxes, picnics and families on the go.

Ideal for yoghurt, smoothies and salad dressings. Tough enough to handle sunscreen, toothpaste and even hair gel. Portable for home made baby food, just the thing for healthy snacks and convenient to house spices and condiments.

Each My Lil Pouch has a wide, durable, double ziplock opening for easy filling and cleaning. The latest on-trend print design pouches also feature a clear gusset for easy identification of the hidden yummy foods inside, and to check for cleanliness!

All our products are BPA, Phthalate and PVC free. They are made from food safe materials.

My Lil Pouch is an Australian owned and operated company, now located in Perth, Western Australia

Yvette Bowyer took ownership of My Lil Pouch in February 2017 after Sarah who created My Lil Pouch, back in 2012 decided to take a break and spend more time with her awesome family. Yvette is also the owner of Little Bento World – who has been a stockist of My Lil Pouch since 2014.

Information about the start of My Lil Pouch:
Sarah is a busy mother to not one, but two sets of twins! With  less than 3 years between them she was finding life was busy and messy especially around feeding times!

FAMILY

 

Sarah had the concept for a fair while, which was researched during her first set of twins, it seemed like a great idea and there was only international products available, which didnt actually tick all the boxes, with high price tickets for shipping as well. It wasnt until they were camping (yes camping with 4 young ones) when Sarah was complaining about the younger twins and their playing with food, demanding to feed themselves, the obscene amount of mess, and the swarms of flies attracted to the feeding frenzy that was from young children that he husband reminded her she could always do something about it!
Instead of buy pre-packed, processed and extremely long shelf life store pouches Sarah decided to take action, she decided it was time to make things really happen.. After all, what else was she to do with her time? (LOL). (To this day we are unsure if that is what her husband ment, but it is what it is, and its probably a good excuse as to why the housework is never finished and she needs a good sleep in every now and again!)

Soon enough, her product research, sampling, and product improvements were in full swing, her kids were her focus group and things progressed based on what her 4 kids approved of, and from what she found easy to use (fill, clean and dry) in the kitchen. There had been some epic fails, a lot of tears, but slowly things came together.

Imagine Sarah’s delight when she was able to get BOTH sets of twins up and out of the door by 8am to get the older twins to daycare, conduct a successful shopping trip, a inexpensive lunch, or picnic at the park! It was these moments that she knew that the hard work was worth it!

Whilst Sarah has now moved on to new projects and goals, Sarah remains a very active influence in the business. Yvette is very grateful of the inspiration and ideas Sarah is continuing to help with. As the saying goes, two heads are better than one.

The end result, after what felt like a lifetime is the created an amazing pouch is environmentally friendly, durable and reliable and was made of a quality food-grade material free from BPA, PVC and Phthalate. It’s ideal for a wide range of uses, is cheap to buy and can be used over and over again and then recycled when finished. If thats not a winner for everyone, I do wonder what is!

About the Family!

My Lil Pouch is an Australian owned and operated company, located in South East Queensland.

Sarah created My Lil Pouch with the help of her cousin, Karen, back in 2012.

Sarah is a busy mother to not one, but two sets of twins! With  less than 3 years between them she was finding life was busy and messy especially around feeding times!

Sarah had the My Lil Pouch concept for a fair while, which was researched during her first set of twins, it seemed like a great idea and there was only international products available, which didnt actually tick all the boxes, with high price tickets for shipping as well. It wasnt until they were camping (yes camping with 4 young ones) when Sarah was complaining about the younger twins and their playing with food, demanding to feed themselves, the obscene amount of mess, and the swarms of flies attracted to the feeding frenzy that was from young children that he husband reminded her she could always do something about it!

Instead of buy pre-packed, processed and extremely long shelf life store pouches Sarah decided to take action, she decided it was time to make things really happen.. After all, what else was she to do with her time? (LOL). (To this day we are unsure if that is what her husband ment, but it is what it is, and its probably a good excuse as to why the housework is never finished and she needs a good sleep in every now and again!)

Soon enough, her product research, sampling, and product improvements were in full swing to create My Lil Pouch, her kids were her focus group and things progressed based on what her 4 kids approved of, and from what she found easy to use (fill, clean and dry) in the kitchen. There had been some epic fails, a lot of tears, but slowly things came together.

Imagine Sarah’s delight when she was able to get BOTH sets of twins up and out of the door by 8am to get the older twins to daycare, conduct a successful shopping trip, a inexpensive lunch, or picnic at the park! It was these moments that she knew that the hard work was worth it!

The end result, after what felt like a lifetime, My Lil Pouch is an amazing pouch is environmentally friendly, durable and reliable and was made of a quality food-grade material free from BPA, PVC and Phthalate. It’s ideal for a wide range of uses, is cheap to buy and can be used over and over again and then recycled when finished. If thats not a winner for everyone, I do wonder what is!