ECOBAGS® Organic Cotton String Bags - Short Handle
ECOBAGS® Organic Cotton String Bags - Short HandleECOBAGS® Organic Cotton String Bags - Short Handle
ECOBAGS® Organic Cotton String Bags - Short Handle
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These short handle organic cotton string bags from ECOBAGS® are handy in more ways than one.

Product Features:

The perfect bag for a trip to the store or a day at the beach.

Expands to hold more than you think (up to 40 lbs) and conveniently compacts to about the size of a pair of socks.

Mesh fabric promotes healthy airflow and dries quickly.

Machine washable and drip dry.

This bag should last decades.



So, why should you buy organic cotton?

If there is one action you can take to be more environmentally friendly, changing your shopping choices to include organic cotton can have a tremendous positive impact on both the Planet, and quite possibly your health.

As soft and comfy as cotton is, the cultivation of non-organic cotton is a toxic nightmare.

Over one quarter of all the pesticides used in agriculture today are applied to the modern cotton plant.

This stuff contains some of the nastiest compounds known to man, including cyanide.

Of the nine major pesticides used on cotton five are proven cancer-causing chemicals and all nine are classified by the EPA as type 1 and 2 - the most dangerous listing possible.

After so many years of growing in these toxins the modern cotton plant has been genetically engineered to the point where it is no longer a natural fiber, but rather a plant that is designed to stand up to the strains of the pesticides sprayed on it.

In addition to the obvious harm done to the environment by the cultivation of non-organic cotton, numerous questions remain unanswered about how this chemical laced fabric affects the human body.

We do not pretend to be experts on the science of this potential problem, however, common sense suggests that there might be something unhealthy about constantly coming in contact with non-organic cotton.

Enough said.

The manufacturer of our organic cotton string bags, ECOBAGS® is a member of the Organic Trade Association.

OTA certifies that all of our organic cotton bags contain: No chemicals. No pesticides. No insecticides. No bleaches. No fungicides. No formaldehyde. No defoliants. No sizing. No bleach. No phosphates.
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Available in a single size.

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Product Type: ECOBAGS® Organic Cotton String Bags - Short Handle - Style: Short Handle - Model # EB-ORR202 - Price: $6.99 each, or $6.50 when you order four or more.

Our bags are made in India and are certified 100% organic by the international organic inspection body SKAL.

All products are manufactured in regulated fair wage-fair labor facilities.

Combine this purchase with other items in our store for discounted shipping.
ECOBAGS® Products, Inc. opened for business in 1989 with a simple goal; to produce quality bags at great prices so that "Reusable becomes a way of life."

We started with the ECOBAGS® Brand Classic String Bag, a simple lightweight, expandable daily tote used in Europe for generations, long before paper and plastic bags.

We introduced our bags at the 1990 Earth Day celebration on Sixth Avenue in New York City. The bags were a hit. We sold out in four hours.

Now, we carry a complete line of ECOBAGS® Brand bags in natural and certified organic cotton, recycled cotton and hemp/cotton blends.

We exist to provide products, information and inspiration that help people reduce, re-use and recycle.

Starting with the simple step of bringing your own reusable cloth bag to shop may seem trivial, but it creates a "mindset."

Like anything, the more people who take this simple step, the more it becomes the natural and right thing to do.

ECOBAGS® - the original reusable bag, eco-friendly products and environmental updates - since 1989

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So why should you buy organic cotton?

If there is one action you can take to be more environmentally friendly, changing your shopping choices to include organic cotton can have a tremendous impact - on both the Planet, and quite possibly your health.

As soft and comfy as cotton is, the cultivation of non-organic cotton is a toxic nightmare. Over one quarter of all the pesticides used in modern agriculture are applied to the modern cotton plant.

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Plain and simple best describes our long handle organic cotton string bag from ECOBAGS®.

Product Features:

Each bag has one 2" wide shoulder strap and is designed for extra carrying comfort with style.

Will expand to hold more than you think (up to 40 lbs) and conveniently compacts to about the size of a pair of socks.

The perfect bag for a trip to the store or a day at the beach.

The manufacturer of our organic cotton string bags, ECOBAGS® is a member of the Organic Trade Association.

OTA certifies that our organic cotton bags contain: No chemicals. No pesticides. No insecticides. No bleaches. No fungicides. No formaldehyde. No defoliants. No sizing. No bleach. No phosphates.

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So why should you pay more for organic cotton?

If there is one action you can take to be more environmentally friendly, changing your shopping choices to include organic cotton can have a tremendous positive impact on both the Planet, and quite possibly your health.

As soft and comfy as cotton is, the cultivation of non-organic cotton is a toxic nightmare.

Over one quarter of all the pesticides used in agriculture are applied to the modern cotton plant.

This stuff contains some of the nastiest compounds known to man, including cyanide.

Of the nine major pesticides used on cotton five are proven cancer-causing chemicals and all nine are classified by the EPA as type 1 and 2 - the most dangerous listing possible.

After so many years of growing in these toxins the modern cotton plant has been genetically engineered to the point where it is no longer a natural fiber, but rather a plant that is designed to stand up to the strains of the pesticides sprayed on it.

In addition to the obvious harm done to the environment by the cultivation of non-organic cotton, numerous questions remain unanswered about how this chemical laced fabric affects the human body.

We do not pretend to be experts on the science of this potential problem, however, common sense suggests that there might be something unhealthy about constantly coming in contact with non-organic cotton.

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Each bag has one 2" wide shoulder strap and is designed for extra carrying comfort with style.

Expands to hold more than you think (up to 40 lbs) and conveniently compacts to about the size of a pair of socks.

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So why should you buy organic cotton?

If there is one action you can take to be more environmentally friendly, changing your shopping choices to include organic cotton can have a tremendous positive impact on both the Planet, and quite possibly your health.

As soft and comfy as cotton is, the cultivation of non-organic cotton is a toxic nightmare.

Over one quarter of all the pesticides used in agriculture today are applied to the cotton plant.

This stuff contains some of the nastiest compounds known to man, including cyanide.

Of the nine major pesticides used on cotton five are proven cancer-causing chemicals and all nine are classified by the EPA as type 1 and 2 - the most dangerous listing possible.

After so many years of growing in these toxins the modern cotton plant has been genetically engineered to the point where it is no longer a natural fiber, but rather a plant that is designed to stand up to the strains of the pesticides sprayed on it.

In addition to the obvious harm done to the environment by the cultivation of non-organic cotton, numerous questions remain unanswered about how this chemical laced fabric affects the human body.

We do not pretend to be experts on the science of this potential problem, however, common sense suggests that there might be something unhealthy about constantly coming in contact with non-organic cotton.

Enough said.

The manufacturer of our organic cotton string bags, ECOBAGS®, is a member of the Organic Trade Association.

They certify that all of our organic cotton string bags contain: No chemicals. No pesticides. No insecticides. No bleaches. No fungicides. No formaldehyde. No defoliants. No sizing. No bleach. No phosphates.
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