This great value organic cotton utensil bag is designed for carrying utensils from home to use whilst eating on the go or in the office with a packed lunch. The bag has a handy drawstring closure and is also a good size for taking reusable drinking straws out to use in restaurants and bars, many of which are still using two or three straws per drink! The bag should be big enough to include a cutlery set, one or two straws and a set of chopsticks.
Produced responsibly by a family run business in India from GOTS certified organic cotton.
Machine washable at 40 degrees.
Approximately 6.5cm wide x 26cm long.
In recent years many consumers have become aware of the impact of the disposable culture we live in and want to try and live a more sustainable lifestyle. This reusable utensil bag is designed to carry reusable utensils and straws from home - without the need for taking the single use alternatives supplied in shops and delis.
Made with GOTS certified organic cotton from India.
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is the worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibres and means the entire textile supply chain is independently certificated including both ecological and social criteria. The cotton is grown on non GM, small farms in South India where the dry climate helps the cotton to grow well. It is then woven in GOTS certified weaving units and sewn into bags. For the mesh bags the fabric is woven to the actual size of the bag (as it cannot be cut easily) which also means there is no wastage.
The bag has a GOTS label and A Slice of Green branded label inside.
The manufacturer is a family business that makes the bags in their own sewing unit in Tamil Nadu, India. Green Pioneer visited the unit in 2018 and were impressed by the high standards.
A Slice of Green is designed and distributed by Green Pioneer Ltd who are based in the middle of beautiful countryside in Wiltshire, UK. Green Pioneer also focus on bringing many other stylish, ethical products to the European retail market to help consumers live a more sustainable lifestyle.