Fresh Vegetable Storage Bags
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Rid the rot, wave goodbye to wilt.
We’ve all been there: you open your crisper drawer and discover the saddest, squishiest carrot rolling around all alone. Vejibags are here to save that carrot from its rotting fate!
These 100% organic cotton bags (a super-soft french terry!) are one of the easiest and earth-friendliest ways we found to store our produce so its stays fresh and crispy for longer. Simply dampen the bags, fill with your farmer’s market bounty, and stick in the fridge. Whatever’s inside will stay fresh for a week or more (just spritz with more water if the bags get dry). The bags are handmade in North Carolina and there are three sizes available: the regular is great for bunches of herbs, broccoli, a pile of potatoes or beets, and cucumbers; the long is a good fit for carrots, celery, and asparagus, and the large fits your biggest bunches of leafy greens.
Photography by Rocky Luten, James Ransom
Details & Materials -
Valdese, North Carolina
100% U.S.-grown organic french terry cotton
Regular: 11" L x 12" W; Long: 11" W x 17" L; Large: 14" W x 17" L. Each set includes (2) of the same size. Variety includes (1) of each size.
Care & Notes -
Machine washable. Air dry or tumble dry low. Vejibag will shrink in a hot dryer.
Meet the Maker
Chapel Hill, NC
It started with a solar greenhouse—Sally Erickson built one so she could stay stocked with produce year-round. Faced with the question of storage for her bounty once winter rolled around, she devised a plan to keep rot away from her roots: replacing plastic throwaways with soft cotton bags that keep everything crispy. Vejibags were born and our swiss chard has never been fresher (or happier).View Full Profile
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