Why put your loose fruit, veg or bread in one of these organic cotton produce bags from A Slice Of Green instead. These organic cotton produce bags have been designed for carrying fresh fruit or vegetables from the supermarket, market or farm shop and storing them at home. The bags have a handy drawstring closure and because they are made from all natural fibres, the produce inside can 'breathe' whilst being stored, preventing condensation forming and resulting in food staying fresher for much longer than in plastic or paper.
This set contains 3 bags, small, medium and large
Size Guide - small 18 x 22 cm, medium 26 x 32 cm, large 34 x 38 cm.
Weight: Tare Weights - 17g, 32g, 44g
Machine washable at 40c
Recyclable (even though these should last you years)
Other A Slice Of Green Bags are available
Organic Cotton Produce Bags - 3 Pk - A Slice Of Green
Produced responsibly by a family run business in India from GOTS certified organic cotton
These reusable produce bags are designed to carry fresh fruit, vegetables and bread from the food market and storing it at home - without the need for single use plastic or paper bags.
The A Slice of Green produce bags are made with GOTS certified organic cotton from India.
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres and means the entire textile supply chain is independently certificated including both ecological and social criteria. The cotton is grown on non GM, small farms in South India where the dry climate helps the cotton to grow well. It is then woven in GOTS certified weaving units and sewn into bags. For the mesh bags the fabric is woven to the actual size of the bag (as it cannot be cut easily) which also means there is no wastage.
The bags each have a GOTS label and A Slice of Green branded label inside. The branded label includes the tare weight ie. the weight of the empty bag.
Responsibly produced by a small family business at their own sewing unit in Tamil Nadu, India. A Slice of Green visited the unit in 2018 and were impressed by the high standards maintained there.