DEMAIN DEMAIN - Set of 3 Reusable Lunch Bags - made from recycled plastic bottles • Floral Tropical by Myriam Van Neste
Perfect for sandwiches, snacks, food and small objects, our reusable bags fityour tastes and the contents of your fridge!
Large bag (sandwich): 20 cm x 19 cm (7.75" x 7.5")
Medium bag (snack): 13 cm x 19 cm ( 5''x 7.5'')
Small bag (mini): 13 cm x 13.5 cm (5'' x 5.5'')
3 different formats of reusable, waterproof and washable bags.
These pouches are perfect for lunch boxes, sandwiches or snacks. Use at daycare, school, office or on the go. Replace single-use plastic bags.
Waterproof, durable andeco-responsible
Made of RecyPul™ textile, our fabrics are knitted and printed in Montreal, from recycled water bottle fibers
YKK zippers made in Quebec
Carefully made in Quebec
Lead-free, PVC-free, BPA-free
Option #1: Wash bags under tap water and air dry.
Option #2 : All bags are machine washable (cold or hot water). Turn them over completely for more efficiency. Tumble dry if desired.
Special edition illustrated by Myriam Van Neste
Myriam Van Neste is a Quebec artist living and working in Vienna, Austria. Trained in sculpture, first in Montreal, then in Helsinki, Finland, her practice subsequently turned to illustration. Myriam's love for working with two hands is, however, always at the heart of her artistic work and each of her projects begins with a playful collage session with colored papers and scissors.
Product ecological values
ETHICAL LABORBased on the adoption of good social and economic practices.
MINIMIZE CHEMICALS USEDBy opting for natural dyes, we make sure that no chemical traces are left in nature.
NOT TESTED ON ANIMALSA product that has no animal testing avoids any animal suffering.
DESIGNED IN CANADAFeaturing products designed and envisioned in this country.
OCEAN PRESERVETo fight against this scourge, recycling, reusing plastic and purchasing non-plastic materials are still the most effective alternative.
REUSABLESingle-use products, especially plastics, have a huge environmental impact.
RECYCLED MATERIALTextile technology is moving in the right direction.