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Boycotting plastic bags means it's time to make the alternatives mainstream! The key is of coarse to reuse—again, and again. We're sure most of you already have enough bags to make it through another decade. However, if not...

The Future Kept. Hand woven, fairtrade jute macrame market bag.

The Line. Cotton net bag made in France.

Baggu. Reusable and washable nylon bag. Can be folded to fit your purse or pocket.

Chêne. Straw market bag handmade in Morocco.

Apolis. Market bag, 100% natural jute, handcrafted in Bangladesh and finished in California.

Baiia. Wicker straw market bag. Made by artisans in Marrakech, Morocco.

Fjällräven. Re-Kånken is made from recycled polyester.

Mur lifestyle. Net bag in 100% organic cotton, made in France.

Stormie Dreams. Artisanal bag handmade out of recycled PET plastic.

 

Monocle/Artilleriet.se. Organic shopper made from waxed paper. Leather handles.


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