Recently Re-Sack agreed to donate two sets of reusable produce bags. Each sets consists of a Re-Sack Net, a Re-Sack Small, and a Re-Sack Voile. Since I bought some of these bags in April 2013 I have used them extensively, all around the planet, and for a range of different kinds of food.
Using these bags not only saves a lot of plastic (= waste!) but the bags themselves look also great and are convenient to use. People often comment on them. “Beautiful material!” and “Environmentally friendly!” is what I frequently hear when shopping with these.
We are so happy to be able to give some Re-Sacks to you! Thank you Re-Sack for donating! Also big thanks to all of you who participated in the drawing! You (Europeans only) could enter the drawing by leaving a comment before the end of July. I wrote down (using a pencil, plastic-free!) the names of all those who did. I then put all the names in a big bowl (plastic-free of course!).
Next I draw two pieces of paper.
And the two winners are….
Please get in touch with us as soon as possible so that Re-Sack can send you the bags.
For those of you who did not win, please keep coming back as we will have a post on how to make your own reusable produce bag soon! You can also order the Re-Sacks here. If you live in the U.S., check out beautiful designer produce bags available at Ivy & Thistle. If you read Dutch, keep an eye on my blog PlasticMinimalism, where I will soon give a set of Re-Sacks away too.