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Casa Verde: Eco Bags Reusable Produce Bags

Though I prefer to use cloth tote bags instead of plastic grocery bags, it always feels hypocritical to then fill those fabric totes with plastic produce bags. But until recently, the free plastic baggies were the only way to protect your fruit and keep your veggies from getting battered.

Today, however, I was excited to discover these Eco Bags Reuseable Produce Bags. The set of four bags ($14) includes two lightweight produce bags and two net sacks made from organic cotton. Not only will they cut down on landfill waste, but the eco bags are also washable, so you don't have to worry about them getting too grimy over time.

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Greengurl Greengurl 7 years
Great new Canadian Company making cotton produce bags. Credobags mesh organic cotton produce bags are amazing. I bought mine at goneshopping.ca
beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
cool! these look like a great weight and i love that they're organic cotton! too bad they are not sold in canada, but maybe there's something similar?!
KhanAali KhanAali 8 years
these eco-bags are also great design elements. image them on the beach with shells and starfish. gorgeous!
wren074 wren074 8 years
They have these on reusablebags.com, too. Actually, that website has tons of resusablebags, water bottles, etc.
megafie megafie 8 years
I bet this would be a hit at my whole foods! I wiah they sold them
total total 8 years
These are fantastic, wish we could get them in Canada.
phoebitz phoebitz 8 years
what a fantastic idea - but how many of us actually remember to grab that stuff before we do the shopping? I can just imagine myself buying 3 packets of these bags -- and then totally forgetting to ever use them. D'oh!
designmilk designmilk 8 years
Love these!!
cammei cammei 8 years
What a great idea and would be great for the farmer's market. Delight.com has so many cool things. I bet if you're a handy sewer you can make your own cheaper though. They also have Envirosax Delightfully Pretty Reusable Grocery Bags, but they're really expensive at 34.50 but I guess it's how you look at it. For the convenience and use over the long haul.
cammei cammei 8 years
What a great idea and would be great for the farmer's market. Delight.com has so many cool things. I bet if you're a handy sewer you can make your own cheaper though. They also have Envirosax Delightfully Pretty Reusable Grocery Bags, but they're really expensive at 34.50 but I guess it's how you look at it. For the convenience and use over the long haul.
lorioz lorioz 8 years
What a great idea!
lorioz lorioz 8 years
What a great idea!
mrsnarbonne mrsnarbonne 8 years
Besides Taiwan, paying for plastic bags is also required in some European countries. It really makes people think twice about blindly accepting a bag for just a few little things and helps cut down on waste. Plus, these plastic bags in water looks like food to our favorite sea animals, and that's how a lot of them end up choking and dying.
outofhere outofhere 8 years
I have the eco bags that are net in the organic cotton and I love, love, love them. They are a little pricey but I looked around for a long time and couldn't find anything close to the eco bag. I got the small ones and everything I buy fits into them unless I want something like 2 dozen apples.....lol
Ericka Ericka 8 years
IKEA here has people pay for plastic too. I don't mind it's like 5 cents or something.
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 8 years
I have been looking for something like this. Wheee!
abby517 abby517 8 years
these remind me of lingerie washing bags. maybe just use those?
itsallabouttheg itsallabouttheg 8 years
seems like they'd be better for a farmers market than a regular grocery store.
PinkNC PinkNC 8 years
Maybe
PinkNC PinkNC 8 years
Maybe
meijan415 meijan415 8 years
i like these bags, in the meantime - i reuse the (clean) produce bags, and stick them in my canvas tote.
randomname12345 randomname12345 8 years
Ditto with tee0206. Love the idea, but I think they're overpriced.
tee0206 tee0206 8 years
That really is a great idea, but I think it's probably possible to find similar bags for cheaper elsewhere.
artsyvixen artsyvixen 8 years
great idea!
artsyvixen artsyvixen 8 years
great idea!
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