Lotus Trolley Bag is a must-have for every grocery shopper who loves saving time, staying organized, and helping the environment. The average American family uses 1,500 plastic bags a year. Switch to the Lotus Trolley Bag and say goodbye to flimsy, single-use plastic bags that pollute our planet! They come in a package of 4 eco-friendly and sustainable, large insulated bag, inside and outside pockets, durable double stitching to hold up to 50 lbs, machine washable for your health and convenience, removable rods for non-cart shopping, detachable velcro for using bags separately, strong, mold-resistant
mesh bottoms roll up into a compact, lightweight carrier, fits most standard U.S. grocery carts, including Target & Wal-Mart. 100% Love It Guarantee - Love it or send it back for a full refund.
Family-owned small business and proud member of 1% for the Planet. Your purchase helps to support our California business and environmental charities dedicated to reducing plastic pollution.
Lotus Produce Bags Set of 3 keep your produce fresh and our planet clean with re-useable, machine washable, drawstring with beaded closure.
Set of 9 eco-friendly bags in 3 color-coded sizes:
- 1 small bags (12” x 8”)
- 1 medium bags (12” x 14”)
- 1 large bags (12” x 17”)
BPA-free and food safe
100% Love It Guarantee - Love it or send it back for a full refund
My Opinion: I love the produce bags as instead of using plastic I can use these for my peppers, garlic, onions, tomatoes, and more. The other bags are great as they fit in my grocery card with special pockets for eggs and wine to keep safe. Although they are small for the Sam’s Club carts I still use them as you know they have to scan every barcode so this is easy so I can do this before leaving the store.
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