5 Reuseable Flip and Tumble Produce Bags $10 Shipped

I have to be honest- I had no idea this product existed but it makes total sense.

I know many of my readers are VERY faithful in taking their reusable bags into the grocery store (especially since in my area we have stores who give discounts for bringing them with you).

But many of those people still end up using the plastic bags in the produce section.  It stands to reason someone would figure out they need to create something to help with that.

Enter the flip and tumble 5-Pack Reusable Produce Bags.  You take these to the store with you and load your produce into them.

They are incredibly light weight so you don’t have to worry about it messing up your total when you check out.  You can also see through them well so if the cashier needs to find the code for the fruit using a sticker they won’t have to remove anything from the bag.

They have over 150 reviews with almost a perfect 5 star rating!

  • Set of 5 reusable produce bags
  • Made of strong, lightweight, easy-to-see-through mesh polyester
  • Also great for storing accessories, travel items, shoes, and cosmetics
  • Pair with flip & tumble’s shopping tote to go completely plastic-free
  • Each bag measures 12 by 14 inches and includes color-coded tag

As always this is Amazon- the price can change at any moment!

Thanks Deal Seeking Mom!

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