Our selection of best reusable bags

Each year, an estimated 1 trillion plastic bags are consumed worldwide. That’s over one million per minute!
In average, we only recycle one plastic bag in every 200 we use, and the life cycle of a single-use carrier bag is only 12 minutes, before being tossed. Unfortunately, this bag will take hundreds of years to break down…

Go reusable! There are all types of bags out like foldable ones, tote bags, mesh bags for grocery shopping, and many more.

Have a look at our selection of reusable shopping bags


Reusable produce bags, mesh bags, bulk food bags and lunch bags

Colony Co. is a US company, started in 2017 by husband and wife Dave and Laura. They make all kinds of reusable bags for grocery shopping, with an emphasis on durability. They value organic farming and production. They have a great choice of good quality produce bags, mesh bags, bulk food bags and lunch bags so you never need to use a disposable plastic bag again! 

*Use our code EASYECOTIPS and get a 20% discount at checkout


Organic cotton damp bags to keep produce fresh for longer

Vejibag is a US company that created a solution to keep fruits and veggies fresh for longer, without plastic waste. Moisture-loving vegetables keep best in a cool damp environment, so Vejibag is a handy organic cotton bag that you can wet so keep your produce fresh for longer, zero-waste.

*Use our code EASYECO and get a 3% discount at checkout


Organic cotton mesh bags

Wowe is a California (US) company taking everyday products and making them environmentally friendly. Wowe has a great catalogue of reusable products, including water bottles but also shopping bags, reusable straws, and many more!

*Use our code EASYECOTIPS and get a 10% discount


Organic cotton tote bags

All our clothes are made by our partner Teemill using organic cotton (no pesticides). Teemill’s cotton fields are in the North of India, where monsoons fill water reservoirs. Where Teemill products are dyed, 95% of the water is recovered, cleaned and recirculated in a closed loop system. In the UK, Teemill own a solar farm and power operations with renewables. In India, the factory owns two wind farms. At the factory, products are only made after they have been ordered – there is no waste. Finally, instead of plastic packaging, they use a rip and splash-proof mailer bag made out of paper.