What makes our shopping bags so good?
Our reusable shopping bags are made from rPet material – recycled plastic drink bottles.
With tonnes of single use plastic going in to landfill every day, we decided it was time to take action and our gorgeous range of reusable shopping bags was born.
It’s exciting to think that the bag you carry your shopping home in is made of “rubbish” otherwise destined for landfill.
You will find our bags super strong and they are often capable of holding far more than you may be able to carry!
Our lightweight bags are also incredibly compact. Folding up into a pouch the size of your fist, our shopping bags are super convenient to carry. They also feature a sturdy carabiner clip so you can clip your shopping bag onto your handbag or belt. Never leave your reusable shopping bags at home again!
The built-in shoulder strap also comes in very handy when you simply do not have enough hands. Inside the bag, you will find the pouch and drawstring with the carabiner attached. Simply clip the carabiner into the small caddy loop found on the inside near the bag opening, and your bag is now a tote.
The caddy loops on the inside of the bag opening can be used by the checkout attendant and slipped over the plastic bag dispenser most checkouts use. This allows the checkout attendant to more easily pack your shopping bags for you.
On the front of the bag you will find a small pocket. This is useful to hold your shopping list and pen or mobile phone and car keys, or any other small items.
- Convenient carabiner clip means it is literally always ‘Onya’
- Built-in shoulder strap makes this a very versatile bag
- Built-in shopping caddy loops for easy packing
- Just 50g total weight
- Useful front pocket
- Holds several kilos
- Width 47cm, Length 58cm
- Made from up to 10 plastic bottles
A note on our packaging: Our commitment to sustainablility extends to our packaging which is made from post-consumer recycled material and printed with water based inks so it is suitable for both recycling or composting!
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