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Apple & Bee Organic Bags | Innovative Products| Eco Trends

10-12-2010 Certified Apple & Bee Organic Bags

 The plastic fantastic sensation is fast disappearing and in its place comes the

green bag. Apple and Bee, a carbon neutral company, has taken charge of the

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movement by designing some of the most stunning, eco-friendly summer totes on the
market. Armed with a biodegradable lining to keep your fruit and veggies fresh, the eco tote is the perfect size for weekend shopping. You can also take the Air Mail Canvas Tote for a spin, place it by your latte, or walk with a spring in your step to the beach, stockpile your belongings for a weekend getaway; whatever you fancy, it’s the perfect accompaniment with its postcard visage and Australian stamp in the corner, this homegrown Aussie company is paving the way for a greener, more stylish future.

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