Now, I don't usually engage in blatant advertising, but this is an AMAZING SALE. Since I purchased several things myself, I thought you readers might also be interested. I think prices last until the stuff runs out.
|Recycled cotton dual-handled tote, $2.95 (70% off)|
|Reuseit Workhorse, on sale for $3.95 (64% off)|
I also purchased this bag (pictured above) to keep in my husband's car, in the hopes that it will help him kick his single-use plastic bag habit. He doesn't shop much anyway, but I feel sad when he makes a run to Rite Aid for infant ibuprofen and comes home with one of those single-use plastic bags. The Reuseit Workhorse is 100% recycled and folds up nice and compact (we'll store it in the glove compartment).
|Snack bag and stuff sack, $1.95 (61% off)|
I also purchased these little drawstring bags made of recycled PET. I'll use them for snacks on the go as well as toys and other miscellaneous junk that I used to put in disposable Ziploc baggies. I got one in each color so they'll be easy to tell apart.
|Cotton produce bags, $1.50 (49% off)|
I'm also searching for produce bags that I really like. I have some mesh ones I bought at Whole Foods that work fine at the Farmer's Market. But I'd like a bag that keeps food pretty well in the fridge, or that I can use to store other stuff (that you would normally store in a gallon Ziploc) as well. So I'm giving these cotton produce bags ($1.50 each) a little test drive. My friend LR likes these produce bags.
Why I Like Reuseit.com
In recognition of their work to reduce consumption of wasteful, single-use, disposable products, Reuseit.com has received numerous awards, including Green America's People's Choice and Longtime Leadership Awards. The non-profit Green America promotes environmental sustainability, social and economic justice. Reuseit.com donates 1% of sales to environmental organizations. They also provide donations and scholarships to like-minded non-profits.
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