The Swag Produce Bag Set to Replace Disposable Plastic Bags.
The Bread Swag is the ideal way to carry and store your bread. It is 100% natural, reusable, machine washable and free of harsh chemicals. The Bread Swag allows your bread or rolls to breathe however also stops them from drying out too quickly with its 3 layer system.
Simply take this Bread Swag to the market or bakery and ask them to put your bread in here - note some bakers aren't keen on doing this but if you hold your side of the counter most usually are happy to help. The Bread Swag is also perfect for storing home baked breads.
The Bread Swag is perfect for large, long or round loaves of bread, breadsticks or a bunch of bread rolls.
Size: 29cm w x 41cm h x 8cm d
- 3 unique layers to prevent drying out
- Handy Drawstring Made from 100% unbleached, unseeded cotton
- Non toxic
- 100% sustainable and compostable (apart from care label)
- Ethically and Fair Trade produce (SEDEX)
- A portion of the sale of this product goes to Destiny Rescue
The Swag produce set comes with only a label and string as packaging.
Made ethically in India. The manufacturer of The Swag is certified by SEDEX for Ethical Trading practices and SEDEX also review the Supply Chain. SEDEX is an international body empowering sustainable and ethical supply chains
Use instead of plastic bags for bread at the supermarket
100% natural, unbleached, unseeded cotton
Works wellBy: Clare Sullivan on 5 April 2019The swag bag keeps bread surprisingly fresh! Have had no complaints from the bakery, and they do take extra care to place the bread in. The downside is the closure, which can gape even when pulled tight. I then loop the excess cord around, but it's a bit awkward to secure properly.
keeps bread freshBy: Anonymous on 12 March 2019The Swag bread bag keeps my bread fresh, which was my main concern, for about 3 or 4 days which is as long as it sticks around in my house. But I do have a hard time closing it up so the air doesn't get in. The draw string doesn't close it tight and the string is so long it takes getting use to. I now pull it and then wrap the string down near the bread and tuck it in. I also notice the baker has a hard time getting the bread in. I have made a bread bag out of a pillow case, which only kept my bread fresh for a day or so, that the baker slid the bread into easily.