Extra Large New Living Organic Linen Cotton Bread Bag | 44x35 cm | 2 x Reusable Bread Bags | Food Storage Bag | Bread Storage

£7.99

Brand New Living
Material Linen, Cotton
Reusability Reusable
Number of pieces 2
Closure type Drawstring
Item dimensions L x W x H 44 x 35 centimetres
Product dimensions 44W x 35H centimetres
  • PRODUCT - 2 Pack New Living Bread Bag, size: 44x35cm, natural linen cotton blend with an easy-to-close drawstring, no plastics in the material. The perfect homely design will look good on any kitchen countertop.
  • USE - Simply place your bread into the bag, and pull both sides of the drawstring to close. You can hand wash these bags or even place them in the washing machine below 30 degrees.
  • ECO - This is a reusable natural product meant for everyday use. No harmful plastics will come into contact with your fresh bread, however, if you need to discard the material will biodegrade. We care about our environment so we use no plastic in the packaging for our products.
  • NEW LIVING – We are UK based, ready to answer any of your queries. Our mission is to provide households with eco-friendly alternatives. Each purchase helps us with our pledge to plant 1 tree a day through our partner One Tree Planted. If you are not happy with your purchase, we also offer a 100% money-back guarantee.

Description

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INCLUDED ITEM: 2 Pack New Liv­ing Bread Bags SIZE: 44x35cm ITEM nat­ur­al linen fab­ric bread bag DESCRIPTION You can even store oth­er dry foods in them. Sim­ply pull the string togeth­er to close the bag. These bags can be used instead of harm­ful plas­tics that pol­lute our plan­et. Linen Bread bags are breath­able so the bread will less sus­cep­ti­ble to mold then plas­tic. To clean this item you can machine wash this item at 30 degrees.

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Additional information

Weight 170 kg
Dimensions 44 × 0.01 × 35 cm
Brand

New Living

Product Dimensions

44 x 0.01 x 35 cm; 170 Grams

Material

Linen Cotton

Item Weight

170 g

ASIN

B08MGXG82P

Date First Available

2 Nov. 2020

Manufacturer

New Living

Reviews

  1. Ama­zon Customer

    Large sizeI have just start­ed bak­ing bread and found I need­ed some­thing to store it in. These were the largest and most eco­nom­i­cal val­ue wise. I am pleas­ant­ly sur­prised and so pleased I chose them. I made an XL cheese loaf and was amazed it fit into the bags, I kept the loaf for 3 days in the bag and it kept it quite moist. I would def­i­nite­ly buy them again once I start bak­ing more and give as gifts for friends. Total­ly rec­om­mend them.

  2. 19DCB73

    Great Bread BagsThere might not be too much to these bread bags, but that works in their favour. Sim­ple linen fab­ric that has been sewn well does the job nice­ly, keep­ing bread fresh­er for longer. Oth­er bread bags I’ve bought have a plas­tic lin­ing that makes the con­tents sweat and go soft with­in 24hrs, but the bread stored in these retains it’s crust far better.While two bags may seem like overkill, it is handy to be able to wash one while keep­ing the oth­er in use. Or, alter­na­tive­ly, have two bags of bread on the go at the same time. You can’t have enough bread, after all!Really decent pur­chase, very hap­py. Five stars.

  3. L. S. Avery

    May as well leave bread on the counterThese bags are unlined so the bread is effec­tive­ly exposed to the air. The bag col­lects bread­crumbs which is about their only use, there porous nature of the mate­r­i­al just let’s the bread dry out and become unus­able on a cou­ple of days.

  4. Jim 8888

    Size Mat­tersI’m glad I went for these extra large bags, big enough to fit in my stan­dard loaves that I bake in my Pana­son­ic bread mak­er. I’m not sure why I had to buy two and would have liked the option just to order one, but I sup­pose it might be handy to have one on stand­by. They seem well made and are much bet­ter than what I was doing pre­vi­ous­ly, wrap­ping the bread in tin­foil or cling­film so over­all I’m pleased with the purchase

  5. John Braine

    Failed exper­i­ment — they went into the bin as moldy as the breadI’m afraid these went in the bin yes­ter­day full of mold that the wash­ing machine could­n’t handle.Hesitant to give them one star as maybe I expect­ed too much of them, but they did not improve the sit­u­a­tion that I bought them for. The bread went moldy just as quick. Then the bread made the bags moldy. I con­sid­er it a failed experiment.I’m find­ing that using plas­tic reseal­able bags with about 6 slices in each & kept in the freez­er until need­ed is a bet­ter solution.

  6. J. M. Davies

    Keeps bread freshThese eco friend­ly breads are great. They have kept my home­made bread love­ly and fresh. They are also big enough to get the loaf in. Great product

  7. Andrew Monk

    Durable, good qual­i­ty, fan­tas­tic prod­uctExcel­lent prod­uct for our home­made bread keeps it fresh,would high­ly rec­om­mend this product

  8. Don­day­vi­vay

    Good bread bagSaves on using plas­tic for my home baked loaves and it keeps them tasty and fresh

  9. Stephen McCarthy

    Washed OutBought it because Which? mag­a­zine said bread lasts longer. After the first wash the dye fad­ed and the mate­r­i­al lost it’s feel. Unfor­tu­nate­ly one bag was stained by mouldy bread and it did­n’t wash out. Not impressed.

  10. LCK

    Dis­ap­point­edA bit dis­ap­point­ed with this to be hon­est. I thought it would be a great way to keep my home­made bread fresh and cut down on plas­tic. But it does not. The first time ever my bread was hard around the edges after being in this just one night I’m still using it but wrap­ping my bread in a plas­tic bag so not ideal!

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