Monday, May 11, 2009

Product Review: Green Goose Reusable Bags

If you're following the "go green" trend, you know that there is a massive push to eliminate plastic shopping bags. But what about all of the other disposable, plastic bags that we use -- sandwich bags, freezer bags, etc?

That's where Green Goose Bags comes in. Not only are these bags reusable, they're downright adorable!
"I began making these bags several years ago after realizing how much unnecessary waste I was creating packing my kids lunches in plastic disposable bags. Green Goose Bags come in several different sizes and can be used for sandwiches, snacks, wet bags, storage, travel, kids crayons, diapers, you name it!"
Did you know that a single reusable bag could potentially save over 1,000 plastic bags from going into landfills, oceans and waterways (plastic bags can be very harmful to sea life.)? But now there's Green Goose Bags which offers an economical, stylish, sturdy, safe way to protect the environment. They're made with cotton canvas and lined with waterproof, stain-resistant nylon. Best of all, no PVC's!! After each use, just wipe the inside of the bag with a sponge or you can even wash them in the washing machine. Air-drying is recommended, but you can use the dryer if you're in a rush!) All Green Goose Bags are made-to-order by Melissa Wright, and she offers a 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

There are so many great uses. Just think of all the times you've used a plastic bag for a sandwich or a freezer bag. Neither one gets much wear or tear -- they're barely even dirty! Now there's an eco-friendly option!

*No PVC's
*Stylish, yet classic prints
*100% cotton exterior
*Signature "Green Goose" embroidered on each bag (how cute is that?)
*Stain-resistant, washable nylon interior
*Handmade to order with highest quality standards

So what are you waiting for? Order your Green Goose Bags today! Mother Earth will be glad you did! If you do place an order, I'd love to hear what you think.

Bookmark and Share


  1. I would like cloth bags that are freezer safe.
    I make sandwhiches a week at a time.

  2. I agree, these are definitely a great option. I feel like half the time when I use freezer bags, I throw them out and they're barely used.