Made in the USA: Morganton, NC
The organic cotton wicks away moisture to prevent rot and slime
Vegetables stay crisp for up to two weeks
Use on salad greens, carrots, broccoli, spinach, Swiss chard, kale, celery, eggplant, beets, sprouts, mushrooms, asparagus, green beans, zucchini, and other veggies
To use, wet the bag with cold water and wring. Rinse your veggies and shake off excess water. Put the damp veggies in the bag, store in the refrigerator, and enjoy
Vejibags are cut and stitched at Opportunity Threads, a worker-own business in Morganton, North Carolina that employs and offers business ownership opportunities to Mayan immigrants
Organic gardener Sally Erickson couldn’t bear the thought of selling her homegrown greens in plastic bags. She knew that fresh produce needs humidity, so Sally created the Vejibag. This ingenious vegetable bag keeps produce crisp and fresh longer.
The Vejibag is made of 100% organic American materials. The cotton is grown in the southern U.S. and sewn by hand in North Carolina. The resulting fabric is beautiful, breathable, and easy to clean. Add just a bit of moisture to the bag every few days and watch your veggies thrive.
Carrots stay crunchy, kale stays crisp, more plastic stays out of our landfills, and more U.S. workers find pride in contributing to a healthier planet. There really is much more in this vegetable bag than just produce.