Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Review | Reusable Baggu Bag

"Would you like paper or plastic?” Sounds familiar right? I generally pick paper over plastic when we shop at the commissary. But when I shop for just a few items at a local grocery store, I use my own reusable bag. I heard a lot of people talking about the greatness and convenience of using a reusable shopping bag. How about you? Do you use reusable shopping bags at the grocery store?
A few weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to receive a complimentary reusable bags (3x) from Thanks a lot Baggu! Baggu makes reusable shopping bags that are sturdy, strong and stylish. The standard Baggu is made out of 100% ripstop nylon and can hold up to 25 pounds, making them an ideal, cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative to plastic bags.
The large handles are easy to carry and easy to put on your shoulder.The bags are perfect for grocery shopping, carrying books, laundry items or even gym clothes. The baggu holds quite a bit too compared to the plastic bags that you get in the stores. I’m telling you each bag can hold at least two plastic bags worth of groceries.

So if you care about the environment, you might want to ditch all the plastic bags and get reusable bags instead.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


ChicSassyMom said...

Thanks for sharing. I'm also into trying reusable bags, but sometimes I tend to forget to bring one, these looks very handy. Or if I buy an item that can fit in my bag anyhow, I just tell them not to wrap it. Since I have the receipt anyhow.

Best Regards!
Des of

Umma said...

Ka cute man na reusable bag ani sistah..pero mag grocery kami sa American market, they are using paper bag man.

BTW, nagpadala ko package sa imoha via Fedex yesterday.. ginagmay ra na pamasko from Cali..


Mel Alarilla said...

Reusable bags are still not that popular in the Philippines since almost all still use plastics. But there are big department stores and supermarkets here that have a no plastic day in a week. They use paper bags on those days. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.