Produce Bag 5 pack
Produce Bag 5 pack
Produce Bag 5 pack
Produce Bag 5 pack
Produce Bag 5 pack
Produce Bag 5 pack

Produce Bag 5 pack

Regular price $25.00
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Five Bags: 3X sizes 20x25cms and 2x 25x30cms. They are a featherlightmesh weave. They have a drawstring closure without toggle to ensure no unnecessary weight on the supermarket weighing scales.

How they work:
Most important, remember to take them with your shopping. Then in the supermarket pop your veggies such as snow peas inside. I leave my bags slightly open, so I can see what is inside ready for the checkout. Once paid for, pull the drawcord to keep all safely inside. When home I always make a point of emptying them, my salad or vegetables into my fridge/pantry. (I make baskets out of my beeswax wraps to keep my snow peas etc. together.) When bags are empty, shake out any unwanted leaves, dust, etc, fold up, place four bags into one, and most importantly, replace the produce bags back into your shopping bag/car for next time.

Uses:
Onions, snow peas, sugar snaps, corn on the cob, carrots, lemons, apples, cherry and big tomatoes, potatoes, lettuce, and much, more. I find a hundred & one uses, and end up putting my mobile phone, glasses and car keys in them, and on occasion have put delicate washing in them too, although not at the same time ;)

Our produce bags wraps are made of:
100% certified organic cotton, left natural colour.

Care:
These are machine washable at 40 degrees. As these are an open weave, they will fluff out when washed and need to be pulled back into shape while still wet, dry flat, fold up and pack four into one and place back in bag/car. Please bear in mind when using detergents that you don't use highly perfumed soaps which may contaminate your fresh produce.

Benefits:
No need to use those supermarket single use plastic bags off the roll anymore when gathering your fruits and veggies. Not only are you saving plastics getting into our environment, you are saving valuable energy by eliminating the necessity to manufacture hundreds of new plastic bags, using petroleum-based products, plus electrical energy and fuel.

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