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Reusable Cotton Produce Bags - 4-Pack

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  • Instructions: Use bags for storing produce or bulk food items. Reuse for up to one year or more, then compost bags
  • Keeps food fresher for longer than traditional plastic bags and containers
  • Plastic-free alternative for carrying and storing produce
  • Can also be used to strain foods such as rice or nut milks
  • Made in India
GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards) certified 100% organic cotton
Four bags: One extra small (6" x 8"), one small (8" x 10"), one medium (10" x 13"), one large (13" x 17")
Hand wash with detergent. Air dry
Sizes vary: 6" x 8" x 0.04" - 13" x 17" x 0.04"
0.23 lb

4.5 avg. (2 reviews)

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Reusable Cotton Produce Bags - 4-Pack


Reusable organic cotton produce bags are simple, plastic-free alternatives to disposable plastic bags. Ideal for carrying your veggies and bulk foods, they’re also great for straining rice and nut milks. By keeping food fresher longer than traditional plastic, they’re an equally responsible and rewarding option.
Sustainable Living
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Buzzee Wraps

Buzzee Maker Pushpa Santhosh was inspired by her father, who wove cotton for more than four decades in India, and her mother, who used the fabric to bag produce and cover jars. When Pushpa’s son was born in 2016, she wanted to minimize how much plastic her family used and threw away. Drawing from her family history, she decided to try her hand at making a cotton-based alternative. Buzzee’s reusable approach helps reduce single-use plastics, like baggies and cling wrap. With vibrant patterns (including one drawn by Pushpa’s young daughter) and all-natural ingredients (like coconut oil and Himalayan pine tree resin), they’re reusable, compostable, and longer-lasting than their plastic counterparts. A wrap can work to store produce, seal up leftovers, stash a sandwich, and, above all, reduce plastic consumption while keeping food fresh.