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Zoom Produce Bags Woven in Pa.
Zoom Produce Bags Woven in Pa.

Produce Bags Woven in Pa.


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Limited edition

large natural white tie top produce bag woven in PA!

Designed, woven and sewn in Pennsylvania with 100% organic linen/hemp blend fabric developed especially for us. Made with Italian hemp and French linen yarns gently whitened with peroxide and/or boiling, the resulting natural white hue is beautiful and sustainable. 

Why is woven in Pennsylvania important? 

We are working to revitalize the long dormant bast (think flax for linen) fiber industry right here in our home state. Supporting Mills that still have the equipment and expertise to weave these fabrics while we work to re-establish the growing and processing of flax for linen is paramount for our success. These produce bags bring us one step closer to our vision of making products from seed to fabric in Pennsylvania.

Build on the ancient tradition of letting linen and hemp's antibacterial qualities work for you in the kitchen with our elegant reusable produce bags. Easy to use, simply dampen the bag, put your moisture loving produce in and pop it in the fridge. 

Need to keep your mushrooms and root veggies fresh? Our produce bags are the best for that too! Keep the bags dry, fill with mushrooms or root veggies and store in or out of the fridge. Our linen produce bags keep all your farmers market bounty as fresh as the day you brought it home.

Size: 20” widest point 16"

Easy to care for, simply wash cold, dry on low heat or on the line.
Ethically made in Pennsylvania of 100% organic linen
We’ll get your order to the mail carrier in 3-5 days

beautiful • sustainable • practical

Produce Bags Woven in Pa.

$20.00

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.

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