Organic Cotton Bento Bags
Organic Cotton Bento Bags
Organic Cotton Bento Bags
Organic Cotton Bento Bags

Organic Cotton Bento Bags

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Pack your lunch, carry your farmers market finds (Mmmm fresh bread), organize your suitcase or bag, and even wrap a gift for a loved one - Bento Bags can do it all (almost ; )!! Each bag is handmade right here in Canada with thoughtfully sourced Organic Cotton, so you don’t have to worry about harsh chemicals next to your goodies.

Simply place your item inside, tie a knot, and away you go!

To wash, toss in the washing machine on warm or cool and use a gentle detergent. Tumble dry on low, or air dry!

Each set includes:

1 Small Bag (5 x 10"), 1 Medium Bag (7 x 10"), and 1 Large Bag (7 x 12")

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Customer Reviews

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Anne Tuddenham

It never arrived!

Hey Anne,

Thank you for taking the time to leave your experience. I am very sorry to hear your order has not shipped yet. We are experiencing longer than usual delays in shipping due to supply chain issues. I am going to contact you directly so I can take care of this for you ASAP :)

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Marilee Ford
Multiple uses

This isn’t just a bento bag. I use it for knitting projects, traveling (wrapping up things I want to protect), and can think of lots of other possibilities

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Irene Dieryck
So versatile

I love these bento bags as they are not only environmentally safe but can be used in myriad ways. I use mine to wrap sandwiches, cover snack bowls, and as wrapping for almost anything else. Love this product.

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S Thompson
Bento bags

So if they are made in Canada, why do we pay in US funds???