"I am impressed with how fresh the veges and fruit keep in the green bags."
Erica, Toodyay, WA
"greensacks definitely keep things fresher – carrots stay crunchy! They’re funky and fashionable, and it feels good to be helping save the environment. "
Karen, Noble Park, Victoria
"I will be buying another set as the ones we are using we are really happy with. Spring onions, tomatoes and fruit such as pears, apples etc last easily for a fortnight, where before things would become soft and start to rot well before a fortnight was even close. It is a lot easier living in a remote location without much of our fruit and vegetables going bad so quickly, and just being able to throw the bags into the washing machine is so easy."
Faye, Tennant Creek, NT
"greensacks are such an environmentally friendly way to shop for fruit and vegies! I get so many positive comments about them from complete strangers in the F & V shop!
I have even given a number of them as gifts. They are so strong and durable, and your vegies stay ‘fresh’ for ages in them whilst in the fridge!"
Karen, Point Cook, Victoria
"We have had our greensacks since they first hit the shelves in 2009. We use them all the time and they still look brand new. We just throw them in the washing machine to keep them clean. No more feeling guilty for using plastic!"
Carmel, Barwon Heads, Victoria
"greensacks are a refreshing find and not just for their crisp colour! I've used other alternatives and I found greensacks to be tougher and more practical. I love that I just rinse everything while still in the bag."
Kerry, Mulgrave, Victoria
"I absolutely LOVE my greensacks! They live in my resuable shopping bags in the car and are mainly used for my fruit and veg purchases but they have also been used for many other jobs as well! I love the fact that I can wash them and keep them fresh after use, and I find that I use two batches, so that if one lot is in the fridge, I still have more in the car. I have told friends and family about them and hope that everyone finds them as fabulous as I do."
Jazz, Somerset, Tasmania
"greensacks are a great alternative to plastic bags when buying fruit and veg, and for storing it when you get home. Our household quickly found a multitude of other uses for greensacks and they're now a permanent fixture when we travel, go camping or to the beach for toiletries, sunscreen, torches, medicine, snacks ... their bright colour makes them easy to spot in the suitcase (or beach bag). Best of all they can be machine washed when we get home. Such a simple idea but such a great one."
Helen, East St Kilda, Victoria