Here's an easy and affordable way to do one more green thing: use these Eat Well Produce Sacks when you go to the market or the grocery store. Or, use them for gift bags... imagine filling them with a bag of coffee or baked goods or dried beans or dryer balls. The list is endless. Each sack—one large and one small—has a clever coconut shell button to secure the draw string. AND, each bag is screen printed with a message in a lovely dark green color and its tare weight in easy to ready type.
And while you enjoy the afterglow of doing one more green thing, know that you are also doing good for the greater good because each bag is sewn and screen printed by makers working with Saidpur Enterprises in Bangladesh, which provides sustainable jobs for women who lack employment opportunities.
Reduces dependance on trees
Reduces landfill waste
Reusable and versatile
100% cotton fabric
Supports women with sustainable income
Hand-crafted in Bangladesh
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF Set of 2 bags: Small bag is 8Wx10H inches; Large Bag is 10Wx12H inches Tare weight: Small bag 1oz/29g, Large bag 1.2oz/34 g Care: Machine washable
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE? Single use paper bags, plastic bags, and containers.
SOURCE Handmade in Bangladesh
MATERIALS 100% Cotton fabric
PACKAGING Kraft paper label. Please recycle.
ABOUT THE COMPANY Ten Thousand Villages is a global maker‑to‑market movement that breaks the cycle of generational poverty and ignites social change. They provide ethically-sourced wares — that empower makers from around the globe.