ARE YOU FED UP WITH PLASTIC PACKAGING ON YOUR FRUIT AND VEG?
So are we! And even if you choose loose, unwrapped fruit and veg, more often than not supermarkets provide a plastic bag to put that produce in. We challenge you to ReFuse to use supermarket plastic bags when buying your fresh fruit and vegetables and pop them into a bag you can ReUse instead.
That’s why we are launching R&R Fruit & Veg Bags. R&R stands for ReFuse and ReUse. Exactly what is needed to beat the evil of single use, oil-based plastic bags. Best of all, R&R bags are made from recycled plastic bottles!
Each bag measures 30.5cm x 35.5cm so a good size for a weekly shop. The mesh material allows shop staff to see what is inside and are easily sealed with a drawstring top. Five bags are supplied, in a handy carry pouch, so separating your fruit and veg could not be simpler.
· Each bag measures 30.5cm x 35.5cm., pouch measures 23.5cm x 28cm.
· Bags and pouch have drawstring top with fastening toggle.
· Carry pouch with carabiner clip to easily fasten to a belt or bag.
· Machine washable.
· Each bag is made from up to 14 recycled plastic bottles.
· Striking R&R branding.
· Recyclable at end of life, dispose in your plastic waste!
· 50p donation to Plastic Free Coastlines for every pouch sold.
We are passionate supporters of the Plastic Free Coastlines campaign run by Surfers Against Sewage - a leading UK marine conservation charity working with communities to protect oceans, waves, beaches and marine life.
In 2017, Surfers Against Sewage organised over 1,300 beach cleans removing 97.2 tonnes of plastic from our coastlines with the help of nearly 35,000 beach clean volunteers. Through a network of over 250 dedicated volunteers, the Plastic Free Coastline campaign is cleaning up our beaches, educating our children and influencing Government policy.
For every pouch of bags sold, we will donate 50p to Surfers Against Sewage to help fund their Plastic Free Coastlines campaign!