Build on the ancient tradition of letting linen work for you in the kitchen. Linen has antibacterial qualities and inhibit mold growth. Bread stays fresh in these bags for several days and resists mold even longer, making it perfect for toast, french toast, savory bread puddings or bread crumbs. Generously sized to hold any shape loaf of bread. Also great for carrying toiletries on your travels, storing produce, or as a lunch bag. After all, what’s in a name?
15" wide at the base
10" tall before the tie
Easy to care for, simply wash cold, dry on low heat or on the line.
Ethically made in Pennsylvania.
We’ll get your order to the mail carrier in 3-5 days
beautiful • sustainable • practical
Love Kitchen Garden Textiles!
I'm loving my linens from Kitchen Garden Textiles! The bread bag, the produce bags, the coffee filters and the linen towels are all beautiful and functional. I'm so happy to have such quality products to enjoy on my journey towards a plastic free kitchen!
I love this I have two and when I share my home made sourdough bread I send it in the bag Which they return when done.
At the beginning of the pandemic I got a mask from the shop. It’s lovely, comfortable, and fits better than any cloth mask I’ve tried. For Christmas, I received the linen bread bag and I adore it. So perfect for holding my sourdough loaves and a pleasure to use.
The Kitchen Garden Series
Thank yo so much for your review. Glad to hear you are enjoying both your kitchen garden series products. The bread bags make homemade bread that much more special, enjoy!
Our story is told through all of our textiles and our produce bags tell it best.
Like all of our textiles, they began as crops, just like the food they keep fresh. They replace single use and plastic disposables and build on the ancient tradition of letting linen’s antibacterial qualities work for you in the kitchen. Flax grown for linen can be an integral part of regenerative farming systems, helping to build carbon stocks on working landscapes. When your linen products are spent, they are compostable.
We give $4.50 from each produce bag you purchase to regenerative farms.