Reusable snack bags made from recycled water bottles

| Saint-Eustache, Quebec
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Last updated on 27 Jul, 2021

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About DemainDemain

Sales 11,710
On Etsy since 2015

The Pride of Doing Things Differently

Many of us are actively trying to improve our environment. Some of us do it by trading in their car for a bicycle, others by reducing their energy consumption. We do our part by creating products that promote sustainable and local development.

Since 2018, we have been putting these values into practice with our unique offering: a line of reusable, zero waste bags and placemats, distributed in more than 100 outlets throughout Quebec, including Simons, Ricardo, and Maillon vert.

Local Products by Local People

We launched Demain Demain with a clear objective: to encourage responsible consumption with ethical and reusable products. Our bags and placemats are entirely made in Quebec, using an exclusive fabric made from recycled water bottles (RecyPUL™). Along with being local and eco-friendly, we also wanted to create something beautiful and practical. That’s why we have developed multi-purpose products, adorned with beautiful prints thanks to the great talent of our local artists.

Values that change everything, down to the smallest detail.
Every bag and every placemat are designed with the same three core values that have driven us since our inception: fairness, equality, and environmental integrity.

All of our partners, from artists to seamstresses, are driven by their commitment to a job well done! Every cut, every stitch, every zipper is made and assembled in Quebec with the greatest care. We design unique products that will be with you for years to come. Moreover, our materials are food grade and are BPA-free, lead-free, and PVC-free.

Our Commitment Translates to Concrete Actions
Not only does Demain Demain produce zero waste products, it also tries to do its part through its social involvement.

Whether by donating bags to lunch box organizations or health-related groups, planting trees to offset greenhouse gases, or collaborating with local vocational training centres, we want to participate today to help improve tomorrow’s society.

Shop members

  • Anne Chabot

    Owner, Designer

    A former teacher, Anne quickly decided to develop environmental projects on a full-time basis. A bold and visionary woman, she uses her business to raise awareness of sustainability issues while offering a practical product.

  • Aurore Caqueret

    Customer Service

    Aurore Caqueret holds a doctorate in biochemistry and worked for several years in a hospital environment. After putting her career on hold to raise her children, Aurore was captivated by Demain Demain’s mission and values.

  • Martine Grignon


    Martine is a trained industrial designer. Having also studied art, she finally turned to graphic design. It was during her university studies that she became increasingly aware of ecological values.

  • Véronique Poirier


    Trained as a computer graphic designer, Véronique thrives on special projects and technical challenges. After several years in the media industry, Véronique worked as a freelance graphic designer before joining Anne Chabot, her childhood friend.

Production partners

  • Amélie Martel

    Montreal, QC

    Amélie est une designer graphique et illustratrice québécoise.

  • Cara Carmina

    Montreal, QC

    Illustratrice de Montréal originaire du Mexique.

  • Fanny Berthiaume

    Montreal, QC

    Sa carrière en animation a débuté en 2009 et l'a depuis menée à travailler sur toute sorte de projets, notamment dans les domaines du cinéma et de la télévision, mais également dans le monde de l'édition, des jeux de table, de la publicité et bien plus.

  • Geneviève Godbout

    Montreal, QC

    Geneviève Godbout

  • Hey Maca & Lucile

    Montreal, QC


  • Joannie Houle

    Montreal, QC

    Art & Illustration par/by Joannie Houle

  • Julie Cossette

    Rawdon, QC

    Julie have been working in the field of design and illustration for almost 20 years. First as a 3D artist in the video game industry and now as a freelance illustrator. Her experience allowed her to collaborate on a wide range of projects.

  • Marie-Ève Turgeon

    QC, Canada

    Illustratrice dans l’âme depuis mes 5 ans, c’est dans la trentaine que j’ai finalement plongé pour vivre de ma passion! D’artisane-boulangère à maman à la maison, plusieurs de mes détours ont, sans doute, teinté mon art.

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    QC, Canada

    Marjorie & Cie

  • Matel

    Montreal, QC


  • MFA Designer Textile

    Québec, QC

    Marie-France fait son chemin dans la conception d’imprimés textiles destinés principalement à la décoration intérieure et aux vêtements pour enfants, ses deux univers préférés. Curieuse et enthousiaste, elle affectionne particulièrement les projets en collaboration, comme celui-ci, qui permettent à

  • Myriam Van Neste

    Vienna, Austria

    Myriam Van Neste is a Quebec artist living and working in Vienna, Austria. Trained in sculpture, first in Montreal, then in Helsinki, Finland, her practice eventually turned to illustration. Myriam's love for two-handed work, however, is still at the heart of her artistic work and each of her projec

  • Sardine Productions

    Montreal, QC

    Créée en janvier 2002, Sardine Productions a rapidement fait sentir sa présence dans le marché local et international du contenu jeunesse. Établie à Montréal, Québec, Canada, la société maximise ses forces en travaillant avec des concepteurs, des partenaires de production et de distribution d’ici.

  • Savonnerie des Diligences

    Eastman, QC

    Savons faits a la main à Eastman au Quebec

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    Montreal, QC


  • Veille sur Toi

    Laval, QC

    Collaboration spéciale avec l'entreprise québécoise Veille sur Toi

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Last updated on 26 Jul, 2021
Frequently asked questions
Sizing details

Approximate bag sizes :
Large bag (sandwich): 20 cm x 19 cm (7.75" x 7.5")
Medium bag (snack): 13 cm x 19 cm ( 5''x 7.5'')
Small bag (mini): 13 cm x 13.5 cm (5'' x 5.5'')
Extra-large bag (freezing) : 28 cm x 30.5 cm (11.75" x 12.75")
Placemat: 38 cm x 25.5 cm (15" x 10")
Large bag (Wetbag): 29 cm x 42 cm (12" x 17")
Tote bag : 37 cm x 39.5 cm (14.5" x 15.5")

Custom and personalized orders

Manufacturer of eco-responsible promotional items for local businesses, Demain Demain offers you a turnkey solution to offer to your customers or employees. Ask about our custom options (starting at 100 units)

Care instructions

Keeping your bags clean is simple. For daily use, simply turn them inside out and wash them under tap water with dish soap. They will dry quickly in the open air and ready to be used again. For heavier washings, they can also be put in the washing machine, in cold or hot water. Turn them completely inside-out for best results. Air dry or tumble dry in the dryer. YES! You read that right, they go in the washer and dryer without a problem. To keep your bags longer, we DO NOT recommend putting them in the dishwasher.

Wholesale availability

Yes, Wholesale Account Registration is available at :

Why use reusable bags?

TO REDUCE SINGLE-USE PLASTIC AND MAKE AN ECO-RESPONSIBLE GESTURE :) Our reusable bags are durable. You can use them hundreds of times thus avoiding producing waste with each use. The bags are useful for transporting food during walks, on transport, at the office or at school.

Are our reusable bags waterproof ?

YES ! All our bags are waterproof. They are made up of only one layer of fabric (our RecyPUL ™). You can put food or wet objects in it (example: sliced ​​cucumbers, wet washcloths, etc.).

What is the lifespan of a reusable bag?

LONG TIME ! It all depends on how you use it, but you can reuse your washable bags hundreds of times! We have had bags in use for years and they have not changed color, shape, or efficiency.

Do all of our reusable bags go in the fridge and freezer?

ABSOLUTELY! Our bags are very practical for storing food with already open packaging (cheese brick, raw vegetables, etc.). You can also use them in the freezer. We recommend short-term freezing, 1 to 3 months. Our extra large bags are perfect for freezing pre-frozen muffins, pies, pâtés, vegetables or berries.

What is RecyPUL™ and where are the reusable bags of Demain Demain made??

RECYPUL™ is a trademark of Demain Demain. Our exclusive textile is woven in Montreal with fiber from recycled water bottles. It is thicker than the standard PUL (Laminated PolyUrethane) sold in general stores. We thus ensure maximum durability and performance of all our products. All made Canada ! We are proud to say that Demain Demain contributes to the development of a local, respectful and sustainable economy. Our textile is woven in Montreal. The zippers and small labels affixed to the bags are also made in Quebec. The team of employees of Demain Demain (graphics, coordinator, delivery, accounting, sewers) works from the workshop-boutique in Old Saint-Eustache.

Is RecyPUL™ safe for food use?

YES. All our fabrics are certified for food use. They are guaranteed free of BPA, PVC and lead. Our labotary tests were carried out in Quebec. So there is nothing to worry about the food coming into contact with our food.