Start the Year Sustainably

Every year an estimated 500 billion to 1 trillion single-use plastic bags are consumed worldwide.

Every year an estimated 500 billion to 1 trillion single-use plastic bags are consumed worldwide.

that's over 1 bag per minute*

used for 12 minutes

use for a lifetime

make a greater impact

ON THE PEOPLE + PLANET

Make a simple yet critical change by swapping single-use plastic for a reusable tote.

Our reusable totes are made from jute, a plant that has been harvested to make textiles for thousands of years.

Support artisans with every purchase. Our sustainable tote bags help to create income opportunities for over 250 women in rural Bangladesh.

Meet the artisans

CORR - The Jute Works empowers women in rural Bangladeshi communities through handicraft production. Our Product Development and Design Team work together to provide hand-lettering and font styles that are then screen-printed by hand.

Reusable Bags made by CORR - The Jute Works

Country: BangladeshTechnique: Sewing

since our first order in 2013

55,034 UNITS

HAVE BEEN ETHICALLY PURCHASED

THIS ALLOWS

250 ARTISANS

INCOME-GENERATING OPPORTUNITIES

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Shopping Tote - Save the Earth

$ 22.00

HANDMADE IN BANGLADESH

Honor and celebrate the significance of earth day. This reusable bag is perfect for toting around your goods or gifting to your environmentally conscious friends. This burlap bag, with a...
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Shopping Tote - Earth Day, Every Day (No. 1)

$ 26.00

HANDMADE IN BANGLADESH

Celebrate Mother Nature all year-round with this reusable shopping bag. Carry fresh food, everyday essentials, or thrifting finds in this eco-conscious burlap bag featuring the phrase "Earth Day Every Day"...

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PLASTIC: THE great UNKNOWN

Scientists estimate each bag takes 500-1,000 years to break down in landfills. But single-use plastic bags have only been around for about 60 years, so there’s no evidence of their decomposition rate.**

*"22 Facts About Plastic Pollution (And 10 Things We Can Do About It)." EcoWatch. 7 April 2014. Web.

**Lapidos, Juliet. "Will My Plastic Bag Still Be Here in 2507?" Slate.com. June 27, 2007. Web.

*** Chiriguayo, Danielle. "The Single-Use Plastic Pollution Problem." Marketplace. 22 April 2019. Web.