Even though she was fully onboard with reusable shopping totes, Quebecer Judy Lazar wanted to do more to reduce the use of plastic bags at the grocery store. Despite over one in three Quebec shoppers using canvas over plastic at the checkout, the produce department was still a culprit with all of those clear plastic bags used to bag fruits and veggies. So Credobags’ produce bags were born.
Read on for more about these reusable produce bags from Canada, as well as another design we also like.
Credobags are made of cotton that is grown in Turkey, shipped to Montreal, and made into yarn here. It is then woven into fabric and sewn into bags by local workers.