HIC Beyond Gourmet Organic Cotton Produce Bags set of 4

Stretchy open-mesh design with drawstring closure accommodates items easily

Quantity: 2

Beyond Gourmet's set of 4 Reusable Organic Cotton Produce Bags are an invaluable addition for shopping produce at grocery stores, flea market, and farmers' markets. Easily stow them at the ready for shopping trips. These bags are crafted from organic unbleached ring-spun cotton (140gsm thickness) which has been harvested and manufactured without the use of chlorine or any harsh chemicals to meet Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS). Their sturdy open-mesh design stretches to accommodate items easily while the drawstring secures items inside. Plus, the mesh allows contents to be seen clearly. Each of the bags feature a front fabric patch that holds weigh-your-own produce labels for a super easy checkout experience. Simply discard these labels at home so bags are ready for the next shopping trip. Set of 4 includes 1 small 8-inch, 1 medium 14-inch, and 2 large 17-inch bags (all 12-inches wide), plus 1 reusable 8 x 8-inch storage bag. They are reusable to reduce the use of plastic bags for less waste. Made from 100-percent organic cotton that's unbleached and chlorine-free, Beyond Gourmet's Produce Bags are machine washable, use a cold rinse, and hang to air dry. Brought to you by HIC Harold Import Co.

  • Place weigh-your-own produce labels on the front fabric patch for easy checkout
  • Free from any chlorine and harsh chemicals
  • Set of 4 bags: 1 small - 8" tall x 12" wide 1 medium - 14" tall x 12" wide 2 large - 17" tall x 12" wide Plus a reusable storage bag 8" tall x 8" wide
  • Harvested and manufactured to meet Global Organic Textile Standards (GOTS)
  • Crafted from 100% organic ring-spun cotton (140gsm thickness)
  • Machine washable, hang dry
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