Tru Earth Reusable Cotton Produce Bags, 6-pack
Tru Earth Reusable Cotton Produce Bags will change how you shop for fruits and vegetables 🍎🥒
Made from 100% organic cotton, these bags are lightweight and durable. The breathable mesh makes it easy to see your fruits and vegetables and will keep them fresh.
Make the switch from annoying plastic bags to reusable cotton produce bags. Your fruits and vegetables will be better for it and so will the environment 🌎
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REUSABLE AND ECO-FRIENDLY: Made to last for years! You’ll never get stuck having to use plastic produce bags at the grocery store again.
LARGER AND STRONGER: Our cotton produce bags are bigger in size and can hold more weight than plastic bags.
LIGHTWEIGHT AND DURABLE: The design is a double-stitched, durable and lightweight mesh. You won’t have to worry about your bags tearing or falling apart after repeated use.
100% ORGANIC COTTON: When the bags reach their endlife they can be placed in the compost.
KEEPS PRODUCE FRESH: The breathable mesh helps keep your fruits and vegetables fresh for longer periods of time.
EASY TO WASH AND QUICK TO DRY: The mesh pattern of these produce bags make them easy to rinse with water to remove any dirt, soil or stains.
DRAWSTRING TO KEEP YOUR PRODUCE SECURE: Place your fruits and vegetables in the bag and then tighten with a tug of the easy pull drawstring. This will keep your produce in place and secure. It will also prevent any of your fruits and vegetables from falling out of the bag.
Each package contains 3 (11”x17”) and 3 (11”x13”) reusable produce bags. Both great options for holding different shapes and sizes of fruits and vegetables.
- Medium (11''x13'') – Can hold 10 large apples 🍎 or oranges 🍊
- Large (11''x17'') – Can hold 16 apples 🍎 or 2 butternut squash or a watermelon 🍉
Each bag has its own weight included on the tag:
- 11''x13'' - 0.06lbs/26g
- 11''x17'' - 0.08lbs/33g
TARE is the weight of the bag with no items inside of it. Some grocery stores will subtract the tare weight from the weight of the produce so you don't pay for the weight of the bag.
- Wash your produce bags in your sink or in the washing machine
- Lay them out flat and allow them to air dry
🍁 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 Tru Earth 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 🌱