Durable, reusable alternative to single-use plastic bag

Draper, Utah On Etsy since 2009


Durable, reusable alternative to single-use plastic bag

Draper, Utah | 65 Sales


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    About ZeroSac

    Sales 65
    On Etsy since 2009

    I care about the environment, but my behaviors weren’t aligning with my beliefs. I took a good look at my garbage can, and realized it was filled with food packaging! After searching high and low for solutions to my problem, I decided to make my own. ZeroSac was born, and I have since saved hundreds of plastic bags from ending up in landfills. We only have one earth, and it’s quickly being overtaken by plastic. Plastic that we use for a matter of minutes, and which will then outlive us! It is my mission to stop the use of single-use plastics. Will you join me?

    Shop members

    • Dawnica

      Creator, Owner

    Shop policies

    Last updated on February 9, 2011

    Accepted payment methods

    Paypal Mastercard Visa American Express Discover Apple Pay Giftcard
    Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits

    More information

    Last updated on Sep 3, 2018
    Frequently asked questions
    Care instructions

    ZeroSacs are machine washable and should be air dried. Do not put in the dryer. Can also be quickly rinsed by hand and air dried.

    Custom and personalized orders

    Don’t see exactly what you need in my listings? I love doing custom orders! Please message me and I will get back to you as quickly as possible.

    Sizing details

    Extra large: 12”x20” (the size of a standard plastic grocery store produce bag)
    Large: 9”x15”
    Medium: 7”x10”
    Small: 5”x8” Small sacs are ideal for spices, dried herbs, salt etc.

    Wholesale availability

    Please message me for wholesale opportunities

    How do I close my ZeroSac?

    These are made without drawstrings in order to be the same weight as single use plastic produce/bulk foods bags. Use twist ties to close, provided by most grocery stores. Most bulk foods stores require the bin number of the item to be written on a twist tie.