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Reusable Produce Bags by Ecobits

If you are trying to live a more waste free, sustainable lifestyle and care about our planet I absolutely recommend these reusable produce bags from Ecobits. Read more..

When the country went some what eco conscious with the one use plastic bag ban at supermarkets a while back, despite the fact that some consumers had a hissy fit because of their own inconvenience I for one couldn’t have been happier. Finally a positive step towards reducing the amount of plastic getting sent to landfill. Though we have yet a long way to go it’s a start in the right direction. I don’t I have to go on about the impact plastic is having on our environment, we are all pretty well informed and hopefully making small steps to contribute to a cleaner more waste free lifestyle.

The next thing i’d love to see enforced is the use of plastic produce bags and fruit and vegetable wrapping banned which seems to be in abundance in this present day and in my opinion totally unnecessary. If we have to bring our own shopping bags why can’t we bring our own reusable produce bags.


I bought these reusable eco friendly produce bags from Ecobits online a while back and the amount of times I am stopped while grocery shopping is incredible literally every time I am at the register. People often asking me about them and where I got them from and what a great idea they are, which made me want to share it with everyone.

Ecobits is a family run business based in Sydney (which is another thing I love supporting small businesses) that have made these reusable bags from recycled materials. They are durable, washable and can be used over and over again, also great for storing vegetables in the fridge. They come in three different sizes with draw string closures and the best part they are inexpensive to buy.

If you are trying to live a more waste free, sustainable lifestyle and care about our planet I totally recommend heading over to their website and buying some for yourself. I keep mine inside my grocery bags in the car so they are never forgotten. Just one of my favourite things I’ll be sharing with you guys on Green Leaf Living.

Hello I’m Caz, founder of Green Leaf Living Australia. I live in the coastal city of the Gold Coast in Queensland. Living a naturally healthy lifestyle has been my focus and passion for many years. Here I share my experiences and knowledge with you, hoping to benefit your life in someway. Whether it be by trying one of the delicious food recipes, learning about herbs and how to use them. Traditional remedies, detoxifying your home and replicating a DIY non- toxic natural product for body and home. Using essentials oils to compliment your life or just listening to some wellness tips that help me live a more mindful and balanced life. Follow along with me as I share my love of all things food, health and wellbeing as I keep things real, honest and simple.

3 comments on “Reusable Produce Bags by Ecobits

  1. Because I don’t drive, those eco bits would suit me. They look light and easy to fold and carry. However, I’d prefer a thicker band made up of that bag material. Those handles would be uncomfortable once the bags are filled and heavy.

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    • Hi Mary these are just mainly to place fruit
      or veggies in then placed in your normal shopping bags replacing the plastic bags at the fruit and veggie department. They actually do work well to individualise the products especially for me buying large amounts for the family.

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