Produce bags, set of 6 in three different sizes - to help eliminate single use plastic bags. Zero waste shopping bags.

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mesh, cord drawstring, net bag

Eco produce bags with so many uses. A fantastic start towards zero waste/plastic free shopping.

Mesh vegetable bags, in a set of 6, two large, two medium and two small.
Sizes are approx
12" x 17",
12" x 14",
12" x 8"
Made from lightweight polyester mesh and closed with a cord drawstring and spring toggle.

These bags are to replace the single use plastics that we buy our fruit and veg in, the contents can be easily seen by the checkout operator, or if needed can be taken out to be weighed.

The fruit/veg can be rinsed, and put in the fridge without having to take it out of the bag.
Your produce lasts longer and keeps fresher in these bags unlike the plastic which makes things sweat.

They are great for spinach to keep it from going soggy. Or for drying herbs in.

Other uses are as wash bags in the washing machine, ideal for your "smalls" (and cloth pads, as shown in one of the photos.)

They are also handy as travel bags, keeping clean and dirty washing separated.
Or for travel documents that need to be kept together.

For keeping small toys together in one place.

My husband also tells me they are great for drying out homemade boilies in for fishing. !!!!!!!!

I'm sure you can think of lots of other uses too.
Eco produce bags with so many uses. A fantastic start towards zero waste/plastic free shopping.

Mesh vegetable bags, in a set of 6, two large, two medium and two small.
Sizes are approx
12" x 17",
12" x 14",
12" x 8"
Made from lightweight polyester mesh and closed with a cord drawstring and spring toggle.

These bags are to replace the single use plastics that we buy our fruit and veg in, the contents can be easily seen by the checkout operator, or if needed can be taken out to be weighed.

The fruit/veg can be rinsed, and put in the fridge without having to take it out of the bag.
Your produce lasts longer and keeps fresher in these bags unlike the plastic which makes things sweat.

They are great for spinach to keep it from going soggy. Or for drying herbs in.

Other uses are as wash bags in the washing machine, ideal for your "smalls" (and cloth pads, as shown in one of the photos.)

They are also handy as travel bags, keeping clean and dirty washing separated.
Or for travel documents that need to be kept together.

For keeping small toys together in one place.

My husband also tells me they are great for drying out homemade boilies in for fishing. !!!!!!!!

I'm sure you can think of lots of other uses too.

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