Reusable Mesh Produce Bags - Set of 3

$14.85

Reusable Mesh Produce Bags - Set of 3

$14.85

A reusable and sustainable alternative to single-use plastic produce bags. Carry these 100% cotton mesh produce bags next time you go to the store or the farmer's market, for a plastic-free grocery shopping experience.

* A portion of each sale is donated to plant trees in the US National Forests.
** All orders shipped 100% Plastic-Free in Recycled boxes.

DETAILS

  • Designed to be a replacement for plastic grocery produce bags
  • Sold as a set of 3 bags with a drawstring closure
  • Made of 100% cotton mesh making for a highly breathable and durable fabric
  • Size is 12" x 15" making it perfect for larger produce like kale and spinach bundles
  • Bag has its Tare weight written on it - just subtract it from the total weight to get exact weight of the produce

MATERIAL

100% natural cotton 

CARE INFO

Easy to clean - just machine wash cold and hang dry

YOUR IMPACT

A trillion single-use plastic bags are used each year, coming to almost 2 million bags each minute. A one-time purchase of these reusable bags will save years and years of waste that you produce due to single-use grocery produce bags. 

TIPS AND INSIGHTS

Store a set of these bags inside a larger reusable grocery bag and hang by the door or in the garage or keep it in your car, so you don't forget to take these when grocery shopping. If you do forget, resist the temptation to grab the plastic bags that the store provides and go bag-less. Place all produce directly in the cart and give them a good wash before storing them.

Always consider reusing before disposing - you can repurpose these bags to store shoes when traveling, use it to pack small items like socks, underwear in your suitcase, or to store all phone/iPad chargers and extension cords.

You can reduce waste by composting this bag when it is time to dispose it. The material is 100% compostable - it may take some time, but it will decompose. You can speed the process by giving more points of contact i.e rip it to shreds and then compost. Since it has no harmful dyes, bleach or colors, it is safe to compost as well

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