Bread Bag
Dans le Sac

Bread Bag

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Perfect for bringing home bread from the bakery and storing it for 3 days*. An ideal way to reduce your environmental footprint! This reusable bag was initially designed to keep your bread as fresh as possible. Regardless of what your needs are, this bag can also be used as a fruit and vegetable bag, cosmetic bag, pencil case and much more!

Cotton is a natural fiber that lets bread breathe. Say goodbye to mould!

Details:

  • Made with 100% US grown cotton
  • Made in Quebec, Canada
  • 13.5" long x 13" high
  • Wash in cold water, on a delicate cycle
  • Dry flat only
  • Bag will shrink slightly after first washing and was designed larger in anticipation of this shrinkage. 

Tips on storing bread: Your bread will stay fresh longer if you do not slice it first when you store it in the bag. It’s also important for the bag to be kept closed as tightly as possible. The loaf of bread can be kept for up to 3 days* in the bag and can also be frozen directly in the bag  if desired.

*The shelf life of your bread does depend on its environment.

Meet the Makers

Dans le Sac was launched by Laurie and Stéphanie to inspire change. Protecting the environment is more than just a passion for them. It’s a lifestyle. For many years they made their own make-up and cleaning products but in May 2016 it all came together for them when they launched Dans le Sac to inspire change on a larger scale. They knew they could make a difference by offering simple and convenient alternatives that respect both our health and the planets. They are proud to have developed sustainable products that fit into your daily routines,
items that you’ll want to use over and over again, and that help us all reduce our
ecological footprint.

Dans le Sac is now a blog with a lovely extended family where people are there and ready to inspire people on their own as well. Laurie and Stéphanie are very proud of what they’ve built together. And this is only the beginning! Check out their blog with lots of DIY tips for reducing waste at home here.