It’s not just an Organic Tote Bag

May 10, 2010 by Lisa Newton

Last week, I received an “Organically Grown Utility Bag” from Organically Grown. I thought it was just going to be an ordinary tote bag, but I was wrong.

My first impression was how soft it was. Made from 100% organically grown cotton, the bag isn’t just for use as a shopping bag, but could be used as a purse, a mommy bag (perfect if you have kids), or even as a school tote bag.

With a long shoulder strap, one large compartment, and a smaller side pocket—it’s both multi-functional and strongly constructed. I know because I’ve already used it at the supermarket, chocked full of groceries, and it hangs over my shoulder with no problem whatsoever.

Organically Grown, the company that makes the bag, specializes in organic infant clothes that are quite cute.

Although my children are all young adults now, having had 4 girls gives me bragging rights as to what to recommend—and I still if organic fabric will serve babies well, and I’m sure that kids will love them.

Why Organic?

Here are the top 10 reasons why organic clothing should be on your shopping list:

  1. It helps protect your children
  2. It reduces pesticide use
  3. It protects farm workers
  4. It protects water quality
  5. It prevents soil erosion
  6. It is a sturdier fabric
  7. It saves you money
  8. It feels amazing inside and out
  9. It supports a true economy
  10. It supports a healthier environment.

Source: Expectant Mother’s Guide

Organically Grown’s products aren’t limited to infant clothing.  They also have T-shirts, blankets, and wall décor that are also totally organic.

My recommendation is that the next time you’re in the market for something organic, check out the Organically Grown products on their website.

They might have just what you’re looking for. I know that my tote-cum-handbag-cum-purse are not only cool and comfortable; it’s fashionably cute and functional at the same time.

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