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Produce bags (set)

One of the easiest first steps on your Zero Waste journey. Reduce the amount of single-use plastic bags.

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Product code: VYR03116
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These reusable Anavy produce bags will replace single use plastic bags perfectly. You can now contribute to reducing the enormous amount of plastic waste while doing your groceries.

Product details

The produce shopping bags are made from mesh fabric that is certified safe for contact with dry foods and they can be reused over and over again.
For better variability we offer two sizes and both of them in four colors (marked with the sewn-in label). Thanks to the labels you can determine which color you use for potatoes, for example and which for "clean stuff" like bread.

  • Larger bag ("L" measuring 37x28 cm) is well suited for a larger purchase as it can hold up to 2 kg of apples or 3 kg of potatoes. Three kilograms is also the guaranteed carrying capacity of the bag. You can fit up to 12 pcs of traditional Czech rolls in it. Weight: 10 g.
  • Smaller bag ("S" measuring 30x16 cm) is perfect for a smaller purchase and thanks to it's length it can contain baguettes and longer vegetables like zucchini or peppers. Weight: 16 g.

The bags are fitted with a drawstring and a cord stopper to keep them closed.

You can buy the bags separately or in convenient sets. The sets come with a free smaller transport bag. This will come handy when you carry the produce bags in your purse or backpack. We have two versions of these sets - 4x L + 2x S and 3x L + 1x S.



Fabric composition

  • 100% polyester

The fabric was made in the Czech Republic and it is certified safe for direct contact with dry food.
Designed and manufactured in the Czech Republic.

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