Own An Eco-Friendly Tote? Who Cares... Unless You Use It

October 15, 2008 by SheFindsTara
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Today, Whole Foods premieres an exclusive reusable bag designed by crooner and environmental activist Sheryl Crow. In honor of the release, we picked our favorite eco-friendly totes – but keep in mind, you actually have to use them in order to remain faithfully green. 

If you buy one, but don't use it, it's just another waste of production materials and another big black carbon footprint on your bill.

Envirosax: Sturdy, durable, tiny, and great looking. I use mine all the time and for $10, it's the cheapest way I've found to help cut down on plastic. They also make an organic hemp version.

Acme Bags: Made from recycled bottles and containers, this bag boasts 98% post-consumer product and fair-trade production. It's plain black, but it'll match everything and costs a mere $15.

Acme Bag

Skeeda: This bag ($15) is also available in a bunch of unique colors and prints. Plus now through Jan 1st, purchase the bag below and a percentage of the proceeds will go to Count Me In to help women entrepreneurs. 




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