Reusable Produce Bag Set - Market Collection
Eliminate the use of single-use plastic bags by opting for these reusable, ultra lightweight and above all biodegradable cotton drawstring bags.
Bring your reusable bags to the grocery store or farmer's market and fill them up at your favorite bulk bins (beans, seeds and grains) or fresh fruits and veggies.
When you get home transfer bulk items to containers and put your produce right into the vegetable crisper. Store the bag with your reusable totes for your next trip.
Each package contains 3 bags: Small, Medium, Large
Small Bag size: 8" x 10"
Use for Beans, garlic, chills, cherry tomatoes, and limes.
Scale Tare weight: 0.25 oz or 7g
Medium Bag size: 11" x 13.25"
Use for herbs, onions, avocados, lemons, and cucumbers.
Scale Tare weight: 0.45 oz or 12g
Large Bag size: 13.5" x 17"
Use for kale, lettuce, potatoes, zucchini, and broccoli.
Scale Tare weight: 0.60 oz or 17g
How To Care:
Machine wash in cold water with a mild detergent and hang to dry or lay on a flat surface. We do not recommend the use of fabric softeners.
The bags may shrink a little bit after the first wash. This is completely normal for natural cotton. If there are stains on your bags, you can use our natural stain remover.
End of Life: The product and packaging are 100% recyclable and compostable.
Eco-Bags Products, Inc. opened for business in 1989 with a simple goal: to produce quality bags at great prices so that "Reusable becomes a way of life." They understood that single-use plastic bags are wasteful and costly to the environment and citizens and that "bringing our own bags" (BYOB) would make a difference.
ECOBAGS® brand products have always been produced in socially responsible environments, even before "social responsibility" was a buzz term. They ensure that all of their products are Fair Wage & Fair Labor Certified.
Their business choices are driven by two age-old sayings… "Leave no trace," and "Do no harm." They believe we can be agents of change and influence culture by generating & extending these conversations and producing goods to support this way of living.