The baggie is a good size for a standard sandwich or bread roll and could also be used as a makeup or jewellery bag. Features a water resistant polyester liner to help keep the food inside fresh, and secures with velcro fastenings. Just unfold the top, pop in a sandwich, bagel or anything else you fancy, and secure with the velcro fastenings.
Made through a women’s co-operative in India which gives the opportunity of work to women, allowing them to achieve gender equity and to feel truly empowered.
Wash by hand, or in the washing machine (cold cycle). Lie flat to dry.
Free from lead, phthalates and BPA.
Approximately 18cm x 16.5cm.
The A Slice of Green baggies and wraps are 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.
A Slice of Green baggies and wraps are made by Keep Leaf at their women’s co-operative in India. The co-operative gives the opportunity of work to women, allowing them to achieve gender equity and to feel truly empowered. The production unit the products are made in has also passed a SEDEX Ethical Trade Audit.
This product is designed to encourage reuse and the reduction of single use items. They support a sustainable economy in the following ways:
* Keeps goods and materials out of the waste stream.
* Preserves the 'embodied energy' that was originally used to manufacture an item.
* Reduces the strain on valuable resources, such as fuel, forests and water suppliers.
* Creates less air and water pollution then making a new item or recycling.
* Results in less hazardous waste.
* Saves money in purchases and disposal costs.
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.