Best kitchen reusable grocery bags according to redditors

We found 461 Reddit comments discussing the best kitchen reusable grocery bags. We ranked the 233 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/Lindur · 35 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Honestly a lot of environmental impact can be reduced by "Joe Shmoes" like us. Taking steps to reduce how much we consume and reusing what we can adds up, especially when it comes to single use containers. Invest in a reusable cup, straw, and bags and you easily cut out a significant part of your contribution to plastic waste (not to mention discounts for using your own cup/bag). You can even get reusable produce bags.

I agree it takes political power to stop corporations from capitalizing off of the environment and dumping CO2 into the air, but that's where we can step in as well and vote for politicians that will fight for those ideals. This is especially effective at the local level as waste management is often dictated by state, county or even city.

As for the trashtag hashtag, it was positive to an extent, but all of that trash still ends up in a landfill that compounds our issues. To speak to OPs point, if we crowd funded research initiatives or support organizations that are genuinely working to create a more sustainable future like people are for the Notre Dame, leaps and bounds could be made.

Everything said, it's still a devastatingly sad day for France and the world.

TL;DR Make a difference, cut out single use containers, and start with reducing and reusing BEFORE recycling.

u/_triangle_ · 32 pointsr/meirl

My mother made mine. I can't stand the plasticy fabric so mine are made from thin linen and grocery bags from thick linen.

But you can get them from supermarkets usually and online

u/PDX666 · 21 pointsr/vegan

It's a small step but I invested in reusable shopping bags, and reusable produce bags. I feel like the produce bags keep my veg fresher longer, and it definitely has reduced my plastic use with how much produce I buy as a vegan. I use the produce bags for most of my bulk buying as well, then just transfer the bulk stuff into big jars when I get home.

u/OmbreD · 15 pointsr/vegan

Looks great! If I may suggest a way to use less plastic, I got some of these bags to use at the bulk bins and then transfer the food to glass jars (mostly recycled pasta sauce jars) at home.

u/hellopooop · 10 pointsr/ZeroWaste


So at my house we have an assortment of like grocery bags, they're all sizes and materials. Just whatever's been acquired over the years. I do prefer the ones with a more structured box shape for groceries and keep the foldable ones for my purse/backpack/car for unplanned shopping or non-grocery shopping.

For produce, we use either net or mesh bags. I prefer the bigger net type bags usually. Sometimes for more leafy-fragile items I prefer the mesh ones. But everything is machine washable, so stains aren't a worry!

For items such as beans, chocolate chips, basically medium sized, dry items (rice is too small), I like to use cotton bags. Then I don't have to worry about the Tare and they're generally easy to fill up from those dispenser things. For the BIN # of these ones, I just write it down in my phone usually, I've heard you can use pencil right on the cotton though!

For items that would either get stuck in the seams of those bags or are dirtier or almond butter, I use glass jars. My grocery store is nice and I just had to weigh my jars once, they wrote it with Sharpie and I've just kept rewriting that weight whenever it washes off. Then I bring a chalk marker (I've had some laying around from crafting), and write the BIN on the top. It's nice cause my chalk markers are white and the sharpie is black so at the register I just tell the cashier, the tare's in black and bin's in white!

I also have a funnel for the glass jars that have a smaller mouth because I've made a mess in the aisle one too many times.

If I'm not bringing more than 1-2 glass jars, I can keep all of these items in a small grocery bag. I simply fold the grocery bags and lay them flat against one side, then put in the glass jars, then in the cracks put all the produce and bulk bags.

My house is pretty small, and our kitchen is right at the front door, so I just leave all our bags (produce, shopping, and bulk) in a large bag on the counter next to the door. All our glass jars are kept in the cupboard right by the door, so before my trip while making a list, I'll take out the right containers and put them in! If I end up with too many glass jars for the bag, I just take out a bigger grocery bag as my bag holder.

u/antman100 · 9 pointsr/LosAngeles

For those of you, like me, who are going to miss having the versatile plastic shopping bag, you can buy 900 of them at Amazon for about $25. Those stupid small garbage bags cost about $46 for 360 of them; what a rip-off! And they don't have handles!

And it says "Thank you! Have a nice day!" I like that.

u/ShootTheHostage · 9 pointsr/Seattle

I use these too. Amazon link for those interested. They're washable and don't add much weight to your produce at checkout. I'm not really concerned about the weight, but a cashier at my local grocery store wanted to make sure I wasn't getting over charged, so she weighed each of my bags and wrote the weight on each of the tags so it can be subtracted at checkout. Pretty cool of her.

u/caligaris_cabinet · 8 pointsr/LosAngeles

Here you go. 25 bucks. 900 bags. You'll be set for the next decade.

u/shuckjive · 7 pointsr/gadgets

This. Get at least 2 because if you only get 1, it will never be anywhere near your car when you need it. With multiples, you have a better chance for success.

u/k1p1coder · 7 pointsr/anchorage

I bought these off Amazon, they're great... cheap, strong, and they fold easily to fit in my purse so I never forget them.

Grocery Bags Shopping Reusable Foldable Totes Constellation 5 Pack Ripstop Navy Bags Bulk 50LBS Large Cute Bags Eco Friendly Fabric Sturdy Washable Waterproof Black Teal Gray Purple Navy

u/eliseg14 · 7 pointsr/vegan

If you want to cut down on your plastic use, try these!

u/twirlies · 7 pointsr/ZeroWaste
  1. Yes because they are more water efficient than washing by hand when you run a full load. You can DIY soap, here's a great recipe:

  2. I have reusable produce bags that I love. I have two sets of them and I bring them for produce on every grocery run now. These are the ones I have:

  3. I use Tiger Balm (comes in a glass bottle with a metal cap and can be reused for other things after it runs out) on my more mild headaches by just rubbing it into my temples. As far as I know/have seen, pain killers don't come in non-plastic packaging so I just resolve to buy in bulk. I just recently bought a bottle of 500 ibuprofen tablets that expire sometime in 2020. Then I just keep some in a repurposed glass jar in my desk at work, some in a repurposed tube in my purse, and the rest at home. Instead of buying more bottles of smaller amounts, just buy in bulk for medicine so you only have one bottle as opposed to a half dozen or whatever. I do the same for allergy pills.
u/idontknowanymooooore · 6 pointsr/vegan

They might have them hanging up around your produce section, you should ask! The brand my store carries is Earthwise and it was about $3 for 3 bags. As a warning, lettuce seems to stay crispier in a plastic bag instead of mesh

I will put them all in 1 bag and throw it in to my reusable tote so that I always have them

u/hello-mynameis · 6 pointsr/ZeroWaste

You could also buy or make produce bags - which are just thin reusable bags that you can fill up with your fruits and veggies if you don't want others touching them. You could sew something like this out of old fabric.

With the deli - you can try to ask them if they will put it in your tupperware but be aware they may say no due to health restrictions.

And it definitely is a lot!! Just try to remember that every small step you take to reduce waste is an improvement :)

u/All_Milk_Diet · 6 pointsr/news

you can use reusable bags for produce

You could bring in reusable containers for meat. There are lots of easy steps that should be taken that aren't because its slightly more convenient to be a garbage person. There are somethings that plastic is still necessary for but those things can be address once the low hanging fruit is already addressed

u/H3rta · 6 pointsr/Calgary

I bought these last year and have never looked back. I get compliments on them all the time! Highly recommended!!

u/discotitz · 6 pointsr/halifax

Java blend let's you bring in containers to fill with beans. They can grind your coffee beans too. Lush has shampoo bars. I love using Classico jars bc they have measurements on the side. I try to get as much as I can at the Bulk Barn. I'm still in the transition phase so it's a work in progress. I bought [these] ( on Amazon. Also, IKEA has great reusable bags that are only like a dollar each. Good luck!!

u/ClanOfTheCaveBears · 5 pointsr/Anticonsumption

Amazon! They have the tare weight on the tag, too!
Colony Co. Reusable Produce Bags, Natural Cotton Mesh is Biodegradable, Recyclable Packaging, Machine Washable, Durable, Double-Stitched Seams, Tare Weight on Label, Set of 9, Small-Medium-Large

I hope the link works :)

u/OptimusComposite · 5 pointsr/Cooking

If you're already bringing your own bag, add a set of produce bags like these to keep in your bring-along bag, and use those for any produce/bulk item as needed. It's easy to just leave a handful in the bottom of your canvas tote. They wash well if they get dirty, and should help you eliminate the smaller plastic produce bags.

Bulk deli-style containers are orobably the second-biggest 'waste reducer' I've found; in the past I'd put leftover raw foods into a Ziploc or sandwich bag to store in the fridge, but never had much luck cleaning and re-using the bags. These are much handier, easier to clean, and are immensely helpful just from an organizational standpoint. Also can be used for bulk items if you plan ahead and bring them along.

u/gummy_bear_time · 4 pointsr/GiftIdeas

First thing that came to mind was the MiiR water bottle - Each purchase comes with a tracking number (printed on a small silver medallion) so you can see how your contribution is helping fund a charitable project. I think mine helped fund a clean water facility in Africa.

I also like shopping at Ten Thousand Villages and related fair trade stores. At least when I purchase in-store, they usually give me a printout that details the origin of the product I bought.

There are also lots of ways for individuals to help the environment.

u/stuckandrunningfrom · 4 pointsr/Ultralight

I discovered that the reusable mesh bags in the produce dept of grocery stores weigh .3 ounces (less if you resewed them a little smaller) and are just as effective at helping me organize my bag as the heavier ones with plastic toggles that I used to buy. And they are so cheap.

And now that i have my smaller quilt, I don't need to use the compression sack with all the buckles that I used for my bigger sleeping bag.

So I think a lot of it is re-thinking what you are using, and maybe looking in other places than just the outdoor equipment store for gear.

u/drowningGreenBean · 4 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I have these and I really like them. It's fairly easy to see what is in the bag and they are machine washable!

u/RumpleAndBelle · 4 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think reddit is spying on what I am reading, Right after reading this I noticed an AD for This.

u/JessieRahl · 4 pointsr/ZeroWaste

My fiance and I have a set of these from Norwex, his sister is a consultant and we got some at a party she had last year, among some other products (which are really nice). But looking on Amazon I found some that have a lot of reviews and have a high overall star rating:

Which reminds me that I'd like to pick up some more. Thanks!

u/im_working_ · 4 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

for science

yeah, bitches, I got yo back.

u/xStar02 · 4 pointsr/EcoTeens

You can buy reusable produce bags. I have these ones and they work well.

u/xienon · 4 pointsr/jerseycity

I just bought 900 bags for 2 cents each on Amazon. Definitely not using any fewer bags than before.

u/sweetfuckingjesus · 4 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I highly recommend this company. I bought that set and one of the bags hadn’t been stitched correctly and the seams were splitting. I wrote to the company about getting a replacement bag and they sent me an entire new set. They were very apologetic and gracious. Plus the bags are great.

u/the_word_slacks · 4 pointsr/Portland

I know it sounds weird to buy something in order to be zero-waste, but we recently started using these bags for grocery shopping to avoid having to use the plastic bags at the store.

u/winesomm · 3 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I use these mesh bags for produce here. The cashiers at the grocery store always comment on how great they are!

u/javaavril · 3 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I use these. I like that they are transparent, makes it less confusing for checkout people at the grocery store.

u/TheRealKaila · 3 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I use these. The weight of them is on the tag, some places will subtract that weight from the weight of the produce. Or they will take the produce out to weigh.

I typically just don't use a bag for things I'm buying one of (cucumber, tomato, onion, etc). But I will use it for multiples to keep them together (apples, oranges, lemons) and herbs or smaller things as well (cilantro, garlic, tomatillos, etc)

I love that they come in different sizes, and the have the weight on them. I personally don't bother subtracting the weight. And I just store them with my reusable bags.

I've had a couple cashiers give me funny looks or ask what they are, but I just explain to them that they are reusable produce bags.

When I get home I will typically store the produce in other ways not in the bag. But I have kept the produce in the bag with no ill effect.

u/firelark_ · 3 pointsr/ZeroWaste

Why don't you use reusable produce bags like these? You might pay a few extra pennies since they're very slightly heavier than plastic, but not by much.

u/0703x · 3 pointsr/Hoboken

Done - look for lightweight tote bags on Amazon. They fold up really small but are really for carrying around smaller/lighter items which works for me for the spur of the moment type shopping. You're still going to need the heavy duty bags for Shop Rite. They are like these -

u/CaptainCoral · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Don't do this when choosing wine
  2. My favorite wine that I think goes with everything is riesling. I'm sure it's not supposed to go with all foods, but I like it. I also like red wine in a sangria with extra oranges! If I'm feeling special I'll get a pink moscato :D
  3. THIRRRRRDDDD thing <3
  4. When I'm looking for something new I'll get whatever looks cutest (bottle/label) in my price range. I really like the "cupcake wines" line, also the "fancypants wine" is really good.
  5. I don't care about a cork top, but I'm not great at removing them. I wish I could just carry this around and be fancy.
  6. It's only Monday!
    You're awesome <3
u/quornsmut · 3 pointsr/Costco

It's not your specific bag, but I use these Ikea bags at Costco and they're enormous, hold loads of stuff, and super cheap. Obviously not as durable as your old bag but these come in handy for bajillions of things.

u/TripleUltraMini · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

There are also some reusable bags you can buy if you never want to use plastic again.


Or yes, 1/2 the time I just use nothing. The produce might get a little dirty along on the way and on the checkout counter but I wash it all at home anyway.

u/imyxle · 3 pointsr/askportland

I picked up a set of 5 reusable bags off Amazon that fold up pretty small so you can keep one or two in your backpack at all times. It was maybe $10 or so.

u/Megbeth89 · 3 pointsr/konmari

FLIP AND TUMBLE - Reusable Produce Bags - Washable Mesh Bags for Fruits and Vegetables, Tough and Tear Proof, Eco-friendly Cloth fabric, Set of 5

u/kittehmew · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Another reusable bag, 'cause you know, earth friendly and stuff.

FEEL BETTER. I haven't been feeling good at all lately, so i know what you mean. :/ Hopefully you get better soon~

u/Samslices · 3 pointsr/ShiptShoppers

I recently got these:

They are awesome.
I unload everything onto the belt, open the bag and put it into the buggie and put all bags into the big one. These bags take up the whole cart and stay open fairly well. Also they fold up to the size of a thin notebook.

u/jenhen · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Pugs are awesome! The little snorty noise they make makes my heart happy. :)

Reusable grocery bag that looks like a strawberry!

u/breezy727 · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

PUGS ARE AWESOME. Do you want to see my pug? Here she is sleeping!

Sorry, yeah, item too.

u/ebooksgirl · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hooray for the idea to spread the love! (Awkward sentence, I know, but I had to force it to get the tense right...)

This reusable bag on my 'Pretty Shines' list is adorableness embodied!

u/Alligator_Pie · 3 pointsr/Wishlist

I use these.

u/heckyeahmountains · 2 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I bought these cotton bags about a year ago and I use them for anything I buy in bulk (including oats). They work great because they aren't mesh so I can buy rice or other grains in them (I just tie the drawstring around the bag to completely close the opening). I haven't tried getting flour or sugar in them yet though. Another plus is that they can just get thrown in the washing machine when they're dirty!

u/Zerim · 2 pointsr/news

just don't throw them into the ocean for any whales to eat. cough.

u/sheisaeval · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

yay, scotland is awesome, I went there last summer

1.01 strawberry bag

u/PlantyHamchuk · 2 pointsr/worldnews

Do you have belt loops? A backpack?

u/wip30ut · 2 pointsr/news

or you can buy 900 of them from Amazon for $20. One case will last you several lifetimes.

u/thomas533 · 2 pointsr/urbanfarming

I would actually recommend you build this composter as the type you linked to can be difficult in my opinion. Especially if you are in an apartment, lifting and sorting trays while trying to harvest worms from one bin to another is going to be a messy process. If you don't want to build a wooden framed one, I just used a tall plastic laundry basket instead.

With the composter I linked to you will just harvest finished castings from the bottom. To make tea you will just take those castings and put them in a big fine mesh bag (check out your local grocery store for reusable produce bags) and them let that bag soak in a bin of water. You can experiment to see how concentrated you'll want to make you tea.

How long you wait and how much you get depends on how much and how often you feed the worms. Your colony size will adjust to how you feed them. Expect to wait at least a month though.

u/notTomHanx · 2 pointsr/funny

Just ordered some, how have I never heard of these before?

u/mtg4l · 2 pointsr/Cooking

Y'all need to get yourselves some reusable produce bags and cut down on that carbon footprint!

Note I just selected the first amazon result - there are many available

u/binned_alaska · 2 pointsr/germany

>I am a master's student here in Germany, and would like to contribute in some way, if I can. Of course, money is a barrier for me(being a student and all), but what are some simple things that I can do as a student and also encourage my classmates to do ?

Basically all the things mentioned in the original post. Most of that is even going to save you money. Eat less meat, buy less pre-prepared and packaged food or coffee to go, generally just buy less stuff you don't really need....

Unless you are already keeping your house fairly cool consider turning the heating down just a tiny bit. Turning the heating down just one degree saves like 6% of energy a year, as far as I know. Take shorter showers. Take your own lunch to work/university in a reusable container, do the same with water.....

And my personal pet peeve: don't use the small clear plastic bags in the fruit and vegetable section of the supermarket. Unless you buy very small fruit like cherries they're just not necessary. You can buy three potatoes or four kiwis without any bag at all. And for the rare occasions when you really do need a bag you could even bring your own reusable ones like these:üse/dp/B01M24RXF7/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1541065932&sr=8-4&keywords=obsttüte

u/Juno_Malone · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

This is what I do as well. I have a 8gal stainless kettle that I mash in using this bag, and a separate 8gal kettle I heat the sparge water in. I usually mash around 1.3 qt/lb. I use the valve on the mash kettle to drain the wort post-mash, and then pour all of the sparge water in. Stir it, let it sit 5-10 minutes, drain that. Mix everything together and I'm good to start the boil!

u/candyxmuffin · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/ecofriend94 · 2 pointsr/Rabbits

Yessssssssss we love sharing values 💜 I Hope every bun owner sees this 🌍

Even better, 100% cotton ones are great for the enviro over the plastic-mesh ones such as these :


wonder how many people on this sub are also waste conscious

u/lysiffer · 2 pointsr/funny

I bought bags that fold into itself so it fits in my small purse. I just have to remember to put them back into my purse after I get home. It happens most of the time. I love them, and have stopped collecting the plastic bags at home.

u/joot78 · 2 pointsr/worldnews

Hey, right now there are 4-packs of the same product for less than $20 on Amazon. Or... is that the same? There are also other brands which may be even cheaper. Thanks again for letting me know this exists.

u/karl_hungas · 2 pointsr/Vegetarianism

Not vegetarian for environmental reasons but of course I do. I bring my own little cloth bags for the produce and I buy a good amount of bulk items as well. It's difficult at first because you are changing a habit, but now that it's habit I rarely ever think about it. People actually ask about the produce bags regularly. I use something like this. But of course I still buy a lot of products that come in non recyclable plastic and other wasteful stuff. My philosophy has always been to do the best I can but not make myself crazy over things like this.

u/carbivoresunite · 2 pointsr/ZeroWaste

Aww, poor thing!

Yeah, going zero-waste at normal grocery stores is a drag and so much harder than you would think. If you're open to advice, I'd say get some lightweight produce bags online (you can get solids or mesh, and you'll want solids if you're getting dusty things like oatmeal) and use those instead. No tare-ing, no breaking of glass, no waste, everyone's happy. All I do is fold the little print out with the weight and price along the string, and then rip it off when I get home. You pay a tiiiiny bit extra, since the tare scale usually reduces your price by the weight of their available bags, but it's less work for everyone.

You're also way braver than I am. I've yet to venture into asking for meat in my own container. I get nervous just thinking about it...

Anyway, I promise your next experience will be better! We all have moments like that-- it's part of doing something the rest of the world doesn't. You'll have better luck next time!

Edit: This is the kind of thing I'd get for dusty stuff

And this is what I use for everything else

u/cleogray · 2 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I'm in a similar spot as you - trying to reduce my waste within the constraints of being a uni student. One of the first changes I made was buying these. You could make produce bags yourself if you're crafty, but I'm not and didn't have time to figure out how to do it. Also, relying on freezer bags is a lot harder if you just don't have them in the house. We stopped buying them, and although tupperware does take up more space in the fridge, I think it's worth it. You also save money that would have gone towards freezer bags.

For cheap cleaning rags I just cut up old clothes/sheets that are at the end of their life, and keep them in a bucket under the sink. It's easy to just grab those instead of paper towel for spills/wiping the table/counter tops/cleaning the bathroom, etc. We throw them in the wash when we have a lot of dirty ones. For napkins, I went to a local thrift shop and bought a bunch of plain cloth napkins. They're nothing fancy so I really don't mind them getting dirty (although they always come clean in the wash).

As for bathroom supplies, you can find relatively cheap shampoo bars, and I've found that they last me much longer than bottled shampoo. I get mine from Lush, but you can definitely get cheaper - I'd recommend checking Etsy for some homemade options.

I'm still working on bathroom products, especially face wash and moisturizer, but I know there are a lot of diy tutorials online. Good luck! I've learned that even baby steps are important steps :)

u/qqpugla · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


  1. When I complete an exercise or when my hubby smiles at me, tells me he loves me, or that I am beautiful :-) (i know, mushy stuff)

  2. I want to get in shape because I want to be around for a long time for my kiddos and hopefully one day grandkiddos :-)

  3. Drink lots of water!!! Here is a pedometer on amazon for $1.92 :-)

    Here is my cheap item :-)
u/missxjulia · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Cooking for myself makes me feel good about myself.

My daughter motivates me.

Less sugars, more water.

my item

Thanks for the contest

u/bookishgeek · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Feel better by Friday! :( Lord. I'm sorry. You of all people deserve to feel good. You make delicious-looking bubble gum chapstick and I just want to hug you and go to your kitchen and watch you make things and ooh and ahh appropriately, etc etc. Really tho. Teach me your secrets. :( I need to buy some of your polish one of these days. I feel like your secret admirerer who is too bashful to say anything.

This to put on my keys would be great.

u/buff99900 · 2 pointsr/Hamilton

Didnt want to add to the older thread but I got some great reusable produce bags for under $20. Weigh next to nothing and I've washed before with no issues.

u/reddit455 · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

bring your own.

else you pay a dime for a paper bag where I live.

and you get used to it.. I need paper bags for food trash.. so I actually buy a dollar or two's worth because I never get them with groceries.


>but can't imagine amassing and carrying with me enough cloth bags to get thru a large grocery order.


well.. maybe you should prepare yourself.. mentally? emotionally?

I mean.. this might be too much too soon..

but here's a 5 pack.



u/awkwardlittleturtle · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Strawberry reusable bag (plus you'd have moolah leftover to at least buy cheap MP3)

u/KirinoLover · 2 pointsr/ZeroWaste

Not OP, but this is the brand I bought off Amazon. I absolutely love mine, they're really great and make me feel so much better about buying produce!

u/wepa · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love to spread the love! This bag is only $1.08 =]

u/langis_on · 1 pointr/gifs

Actually, these are a lightning deal right now.

u/peepea · 1 pointr/vegan

That is really cool, but may I suggest that when you need to get more, consider cotton mesh sacks? These bags have an ethylene blocker, which is why the fruit/veggies take longer to ripen. However, they trap condensation. Cotton mesh allows for the gas released by fruit/veggies, and won't trap condensation. Here's a link to a good website that has sustainable bags, but if that isn't a huge concern, you can get them cheaper on Amazon. I bought mine about 3 years ago, and they still work. Except for the one that got lost.

u/BosenHund · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind
u/msnaughtykitty · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon






Hootie gosh those are so darn cute :)

u/PrincessMau · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Thanks for the fun contest!!

u/navydoc8406 · 1 pointr/Ultralight

Reusable produce bags.

Plasti-mesh,take the Hydrapak seeker cap that you'll never use again, bore out a nice hole in the top, screw over mesh on Befree bag. These bags weigh less than half an ounce for the whole bag. If you cut it down to a small section, that + the Hyrapak cap might weigh in under a quarter ounce.

u/8serene8 · 1 pointr/RandomActsOfGifting

Alright so I found something lol.

Strawberry Folding Shopping Bag

Power Puff Girls! :p

You can find the item on my WL titled The Island of Misfit Gifts

u/ITMANAGER_KILLME_PLS · 1 pointr/orangecounty

Here's 900 plastic bags for $23. Keep them in your trunk. Problem solved.

u/Kingy10 · 1 pointr/Bahrain

Get some of these for your fruit and vege. We also got a few of the reusable bags from Alosra for our main groceries. Very sturdy and reliable. Just got to make sure you remember them :D

u/baconwiches · 1 pointr/ottawa

For produce, just buy some reusable bags. These are cheap on Amazon right now, though delivery is like a month+:

Then bulk Barn allows you to bring your own containers.

Most meat departments will wrap your stuff in paper versus plastic, so while not zero waste, it's still better.

I agree though with the sentiment; would love zero waste options to be more prevalent.

u/wookieukindly54 · 1 pointr/Cooking

I'm with you! I cannot stand waste in most forms but especially when cooking. I use these to buy produce: find here. Also, of course, tote bags are always helpful. Etsy has a lot of reusable cooking equipment for sale (e.g., coffee filters, reusable Saran Wrap).

u/microwavepetcarrier · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I have these reuseable mesh produce bags. I put all the greens into the mesh bag, put a folded paper towel in the bottom of the container and put the mesh bag of green back on top. The mesh bag keeps the greens from touching the plastic and allows better airflow around the greens, and the paper towel absorbs the excess moisture.

I use a similar method for all my other produce too. A head of lettuce will stay crisp this way for months (no joke!), same with chard and kale, carrots, zuchs, etc.

u/VeganAilurophile · 1 pointr/vegan

Great job, but maybe cut back on the plastic?? There's no need to put produce in plastic bags. You could just not use them, or grab some reusable produce bags :)

u/Overstrewn · 1 pointr/InstacartShoppers

I get plastic, unless my ALDI has run out (which they often do on a Saturday).

As for my personal bags, I had some insulated bags already that I use, a cooler, and a 5 pack of these IKEA bags (which I can't recommend enough): I haven't yet had to use all five, but they will hold several plastic shopping bags each (or a couple boxes of La Croix)

u/BotanicalBrunchSkunk · 1 pointr/vegan

> We can’t even buy vegetables without putting them in plastic.

u/orangefolders · 1 pointr/OkCupid

Lick your fingers sensually, then rub the wrong end of the bag for 5 minutes before having to re-lick your fingers and try the wrong end again before you realize it. Make sure you make unbroken eye contact with the stocker the whole time. Hopefully don't get kicked out before buying fruit.

Or don't use a store bag and bring your own.

u/felinelawspecialist · 1 pointr/Futurology

I just try to remind myself that I don't have to fix it or be perfect in my waste reduction right away. But over time to just keep plugging at it to transition to low waste/no waste.

These mesh bags have a tight enough weave that you can put grains/granola etc into them: Earthwise Reusable Mesh Produce Bags - Washable Set of 9 Premium Bags, TRANSPARENT Lightweight, Strong SEE-THROUGH Mesh for shopping, transporting and storing fruits and veggies.

They're still plastic unfortunately, but very handy for small tiny items that my cotton produce bags couldn't hold.

u/Futurames · 1 pointr/lifehacks

If getting an IKEA bag isn’t an option, I got these from Amazon and they’ve been great. I keep a folded one in my bag at all times and I keep two of them in my car for when I go grocery shopping. They can hold the amount of I would say around 2-3 regular plastic bags.

u/Not-Now-John · 1 pointr/California

I got tired of all those flimsly useless bags and bought something like this.

u/vingabjr · 1 pointr/PlantBasedDiet

Hi all! I saw this big discussion on reusable produce bags and must recommend these as I love them so much! I would also imagine any other similar mesh bag would work well too!

Earthwise Reusable Mesh Produce...

u/Eddykeen24 · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

I've used this LD Carlson one for the last two dozen brews:

I got it from my LHBS from $10 and it's served me very well.

I recently ordered this one as a Xmas present as I'm due an upgrade and they had a BOGO deal for black friday:

u/SaysHeWantsToDoYou · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

I still have a false bottom, but used this to supplement. It's totally big enough for my 10gal cooler and didn't tangle while stirring. I think I bought it here...

u/cknap · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This shopping bag is exactly $1!

My favorite pokemon is charmander :)

u/Adamsandlersshorts · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts

Inteplast Group THW1VAL 12.5 Mic Thickness, Thank You Bag (Case of 900)

u/cupcakegiraffe · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy birthday to your brother, Sam I Am! I hope he has a wonderful birthday!

I would like to enter to win this super inexpensive reusable bag, please! Thank you for the contest!

u/Boredbarista · 1 pointr/bicycling

Right on. I love having a front basket. A lot of the time I keep one of those stuffable totes clipped to the basket. They're ubiquitous enough that I don't worry about someone stealing it.

u/AfterDarkAfterLight · 1 pointr/Calgary

I purchased a couple sets of these if you're into making a minor investment.

u/DrTreeMan · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

I regularly bike also, but I'm usually carrying a bag backpack in my basket when I do.

These fit nicely in a pocket, and I clip them on to my bike basket/rack regularly when empty. Disregard the price here- if you look around they can be gotten for free pretty easily. We have 6-8 cloth or Chico shopping bags, and I've never paid for any of them. Some of my bags are even lighter and more compact than these- like the weight of a handkerchief.

u/anteaterhighonants · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this reusable shopping bag

go to sleep madysan!!

u/caraeeezy · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I would love this pocket watch necklace and adorable ! Strawberry bag! :)

u/Ajoeee · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This cute shopping bag is only $1 :) chickencone

thanks for the contest!

u/casual__t · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Well, if it doesn't have to be shipped prime, then this plus this equals out to $1.44 with free shipping too.

u/cia1120 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This bag is $1.01

I once was driving to work and had both my front tires blow out. It was awful. It scared the crap out of me, scratched the front of my car up pretty badly, and I had to sit for over 2 hours in the snow to wait for a tow truck. It was TERRIBLE. So, I feel your pain. :(

purple penguins give me gas.

u/original81 · 1 pointr/worldnews

They make really light reusable bags that can be folded to fit in your pocket, like these.

u/ann_nonymous · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

[Item] ( and [here] ( is my funniest picture. It is of me when I taught in Korea. One of the art projects involved putting lipstick on the little kids so they could "kiss" the paper and make flowers. The little boy loved the pink.

u/wanderrtaur · 1 pointr/couriersofreddit

I can get DD bags cheaper, around $4 or $5 at the local office, but considering mine only lasted two weeks, you can kinda see why I didn't bother buying another one. Plus it really sucks for Denny's and IHOP orders which are usually wider than the bag, so I got these: which have held up well. And remember, if you have a Discover card (and likely other cards), it's possible to get your stuff from Amazon for free.

u/Cupcake_Kat · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

We still like you! Thanks for the contest! I think this little bag is so cute!

u/sylviag4949 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Great contest!

u/myarr · 1 pointr/ZeroWaste

I use these bags

They're cotton and I love that they have the tare weights attached. The only con is that they're kinda expensive compared to other mesh bags out there and the largest size isn't that large. However they are very good quality.

I do have non mesh cotton bags for grainy things and moist veggies that have been sitting under the sprinklers. The veggies are sold by bundle so weight of the bag doesn't matter but if it's for bulk seeds and grains then i'll head to the cashier to get the tare weight for the bag before I shop. I just write it on my phone.

u/MidlifeSituation · 1 pointr/ZeroWaste

I purchased these quart size from Amazon: Link

I like the clear because you can see thru them for identifying what foods are inside and if you're not good about cleaning, you'd see any gunk. They also sell them in snack bag size too: Link

Also, I know you didn't ask for this but putting it here in case anyone else finds it useful. Reusable produce bags: Link

u/theword12 · 1 pointr/videos

These are a lot cheaper than cutting off your hand

u/DNedry · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

Yeah I still use the false bottom and the bag on top. Bag I got from Amazon was like $9.

I do wish it was a little longer so it could go over the sides a bit more, but it works as is.

u/Walterod · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

> Big blue IKEA bags

awesome, just ordered some from Amazon
No more grocery bag clutter for me!

u/not0a0dog · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

12+ Brews on one of these and still going strong! no need to trash them, just get two of these in case the first one breaks on brew day.

u/rrenaud · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

24x26 is enough for 15 gallon pots. I use this in my 10.5 gallon pot and it still had some room left.

u/_unforgettablegrl · 0 pointsr/InstacartShoppers

This is what I have. Helps everything although I wouldn’t submit this unless you want Costco order.

But I like it when I do long drive 10-15min to the customer. I still buy bags when needed but if it’s just for beverages I don’t buy bags at the grocery store. I save customers money

Also get a big tote to help transport so you don’t. Have to go back and forth to your car

u/NeverDoubtTheWorm10 · 0 pointsr/grubhubdrivers

I paid like $11 for two from Amazon.

Edit: price went up but I've had them for seven months for three services and they are still holding up. There are also plenty of options on Amazon.

u/AdvocateReason · -1 pointsr/massachusetts

I realize I'm in the minority here, but I really don't like this for so many reasons including:

  • the 10x increased waste / transport cost of paper bag replacements
  • the sheer convenience of free plastic bags and their myriad advantages over paper: light, handles, waterproof (as a parent this is huge), airtight
  • Currently the grocery store is the place where I recycle much of the mailer packaging I receive from online shopping, popped VacPacs and whatnot. You'll see a message on them that says "recycle with plastic bags". If the grocery store no longer uses plastic bags what incentive is there for them to keep and empty those recycle bins?
  • government overreach; I'm as liberal as they come but freedom is f-cking important. Bans are serious business.

    For those that need plastic bags here's a link to the ones I have purchased. If you time it right you can get 900 for $10.