Bring It Valencia Large Produce Bag

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Manufacturer Description

Use Bring It's Cantaloupe-Colored Valencia Large Produce Bag over and over for edibles and essentials - fruits, vegetables, snacks, tools and toiletries. Keep it all together at home or on the move and never use another plastic bag when you shop. This 12 by 14-inch reusable bag is made of Polyethylene Terephthalate - a polyester-based material made primarily of reclaimed plastic bottles - so you will not only be saving the planet from the process and waste of additional plastic bags, you'll also be reusing some of the existing recyclable waste. It makes perfect sense. But who can remember to take their reusable bags to the store every time - you may ask. A legitimate question. Bring It focused on finding a solution. And, they did. They built a web-based reminder system with personalized options. You won't forget your bags because Bring It will remind you. It's easy. It's automatic. It's personal. Tell them how you remember best - by text, by email, by the hour, by the day - and they'll send a Bring It reminder exactly as you want it. Become a better environmental steward every day. Go to bringitbags.com for more information. Portion of all purchases donated to Nature Bridge for the work they do to connect young people to the environment and Pennies for Peace for building schools in Central Asian countries.

Product Features

Large, reusable produce bag Made of Polyethylene Terephthalate; polyester-based material made primarily of reclaimed plastic bottles Never forget your bags again; includes Bring It's web based reminder system; get personalized reminders when and where you need them Become a better environmental steward every day A portion of all purchases donated to Nature Bridge, connecting young people to the environment and Pennies for Peace for building schools in Central Asian countries

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