Eco Food Snack Bag in an Alphabet Design
Eco food/snack bags are a perfect way of reducing plastic waste and make lunchtimes and trips out more fun.
Great for small sandwiches, pitta pockets, chopped vegetables, raisins, bread sticks, oat cakes, biscuits, flap jacks and more!
No more unnecessary throw away plastic.
Each Eco food bag measures 14.5cm x 18cm. Velcro closing for ease use. Oilcloth outer layer and a fully washable, wipeable food safe, water resistant white PUL liner.
PUL fabric used for these bags is certified food safe, vegan and does not contain lead or heavy metals, BPA, phthalates or latex.
Please wipe clean or hand wash in warm water. You can use an antibacterial spray or washing up liquid if required.
Do not tumble dry, microwave or iron.
All products are handmade pattern placement may vary from images shown, thus adding to the unique quality of the items.
Unique, quality textiles, for you and your home. Handmade and designed with pride from a little studio in Cornwall by the sea.
Inspired by nature and the constantly changing seasons, products are predominantly florals, spots, stripes and maritime fabrics giving the range a bright, airy and fresh feel.
All products are made with pride and care from a small studio in Cornwall overlooking the sea. The pieces are hand-cut and sewn together. Once the product is finished, any final touches such as buttons are hand-sewn on.
Caitilins Cornish Textiles orders shipping is £2.50.
Note that this charge is for Caitilins Cornish Textiles products only. If you order includes products from other suppliers on www.naturallycornish.com, you will be subject to their shipping charges as well.
At naturallycornish.com we want to change ‘throw away’ consumer culture, and give people a way to buy better. For us, this means promoting sustainable, ethical, local, and well-crafted products to you, the conscious consumer who prioritises quality, longevity and well-being over faddy, fast ‘n’ cheap.
Every item bought from naturallycornish.com comes from a good place. A place of restless drive and innovation, where small, independent companies live and die by their reputations.
A place where people adapt and modernise and progress and move with the world around them in the name of betterment for all. That place is Cornwall, and we can’t think of anything more worthwhile than supporting our industries and showcasing our craft around the world.