Every week I try going grocery shopping on Thursday Afternoon. That’s when the market at Prinzenpark, Braunschweig, takes place and that’s when I can buy cucumbers that are NOT packed in plastic foil. That’s indeed something that drives me crazy. Why are they always packed in plastic in the supermarket? I hope everyone is washing them before they eat them. Single apples are not packed in plastic, so why cucumbers? I saw a woman packing bananas in plastic the other day at the supermarket. What for? I don’t get it.
I guess you can tell that this is really something that makes me angry. But there is help 😉 I’ve discovered Made Sustained – a young and creative company which distributes sustainable and innovative products to the European market. In this way, Made Sustained wants to contribute to a growing sustainable society and reduce waste.
The product that I want to talk about today is the socalled Re-Sack. Re-Sack reusable fruit & vegetables bags are perfect for carrying your groceries from the supermarket to your home. Mushrooms are not rolling around anymore in your tote bag, you don’t need to buy tomatoes in plastic, and the onions find a home as well. The organic cotton bags can be put directly in the refrigerator, are breathable and can be easily washed in the washing machine, on 30° celsius. And they are even GOTS-certified.
Source: Made Sustained
So, the best at last: because this is such a great product, you can win 3 Re-Sacks this week in a Facebook Lottery. So, stay tuned on Facebook. If you don’t win, but want to get Re-Sacks, you can find them in the Made Sustained Webshop.