Credobags Bulk Bags 4 Pack
- ✅ REUSABLE + COMPOSTABLE
- ✅ FUNCTIONAL WHEN IN USE, COMPACTABLE WHEN NOT IN USE
- 🍁 MADE IN CANADA
1 reusable bag can replace over 500 plastic bags per year!
Credobags are reusable and safe for the environment 🌿 Handy to carry to the bulk/refill store.
We use 5 trillion plastic bags worldwide… per year! That’s 160,000 a second! Less than 1% are recycled, yet only used for ~12 minutes.
The average American uses between 300 to 700 plastic bags a year. Instead we can use the same reusable bags for many years.
Shop with a Credobags, not plastic bags 🛒
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- Reusable option when shopping unpackaged bulk items🥜
- Washable 🧺
- Convenient drawstring
- Made in Canada 🍁
100% Certified Organic Cotton (GOTS)
Note: As cotton is a natural fiber and the fabrics are untreated, it is normal that they will shrink an average 5-10%. Washing instructions are on every bag – always wash in cold water and lay flat to dry (never put bags in the dryer).
Small: 13cm x 18 cm / 5″ (w) x 7″ (h)
Medium: 8″ (w) x 10″ (h) / 20 cm x 25 cm
Medium bags are great for:
- Rice 🍚
- Dried beans
- Nuts 🥜
- Cookies 🍪
- Coffee beans ☕
- Pasta 🍝
- Grains and more
Small bags are great for:
- Loose teas 🍵
- Confectionary 🍬
- flours & mixes 🥣
- Powders & more
🍁 According to the Canadian government, Canadians use almost 15 billion plastic bags every year, and only use them for an average of 12 minutes.
Plastic bags don’t biodegrade, they photodegrade – breaking down into smaller and smaller toxic bits. A plastic bag can take between 400 to 1,000 years to break down in the environment. As it breaks down, plastic particles contaminate soil and waterways and enter the food web when animals accidentally ingest them. In the ocean, these particles eventually end up in massive whirlpool-like currents in the oceans called gyres.
Strong and long-lasting, reusable produce bags, like these LOVELY ones from Credobags provides a long overdue eco-wise alternative to those tear-off-the-roll plastic film bags that grocery stores and farmers’ markets provide for bagging fruits and vegetables. Made with sustainable fabrics, these bags can be thrown into the compost at the end of their life 🌱