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Organic Cotton Bag

Vejibag is an organic cotton bag designed to store and preserve your vegetables, fruits, and herbs. This healthy and eco-friendly alternative to plastic will allow you to keep moisture-loving veggies and fruits fresh and crispy longer.

After wetting and wringing the bag, store your salad, carrots, celery, or any other veggies and fruits, freshly washed, in your Vejibag, and place it in the refrigerator. Sprinkle the bag every day to keep it damp. The Vejibag will provide a humid yet breathing environment that will allow you to keep your veggies fresh for two weeks.

Vejibags are reusable, washable, and will last for years. They are made with French terry knit from pure, non-toxic, un-dyed organic cotton. All materials are grown, milled, and produced in the USA.

Two sizes are available:

  • Medium: the original Vejibag, ideal for storing carrots, cucumbers, peppers, baby spinach, or head of lettuce.
  • Large: great for keeping kale, celery, zucchini, and leafy heads of lettuce.
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Vejibag

To Kelly and Julien, plastic bags are not an option. They discovered an eco-friendly alternative that allows keeping vegetables fresh longer: Vejibag.

Vejibag was created in 2013 by Sally Erickson, in the USA, as a response to keep veggies as fresh as possible. With a Vejibag, it is then possible to keep veggies fresh, up to two weeks in a fridge.

 

Vejibags are hand-sewn in the USA and ethically made with French terry knit, from the finest organic cotton, grown by the TOCMC (Texas Organic Cotton Marketing Cooperative), a cooperative of organic farmers in Texas who produce organic cotton fiber through environmentally conscious methods. Vejibags are therefore free from dyes and toxic chemicals.

The best solution 27 suggests you to preserve your vegetables and our planet.

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