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Ambatalia: Food Storage Bags

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Ambatalia: Food Storage Bags

September 6, 2013

If you’re already doing your eco-duty by shopping at the local farmers’ market and eating your weight in vitamins, it’s time to go whole hog and ditch the plastic in your life, too. Ambatalia’s linen bento bags make eschewing plastic totes easier than ever. The bento shape makes them easy to tie together, so you don’t have to worry about spilling your apples down the sidewalk. 

Above: Tote fresh fruits, greens, nuts and grains and tie up the contents for a safe haul home.

Above: The Natural Linen Bento bags come in two sizes, starting at $16. Bags are also available in brown ticking stripe, grey ticking stripe and blue.

Unsure how to keep your veggies fresh once you cart them home? See How To Store Vegetables to Increase Their Shelf Life

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