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10 Cute Reusable Grocery Bags for Your Next Trip to the Market

Go green—reusable grocery bag-style—with these totes that are so chic you'll actually want to carry them everywhere.

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Bee Organic Cotton Totevia HappyBlueMarble/

Bee Organic Cotton Tote

You can fulfill the instructions on this bag simply by purchasing and using it. This reusable canvas tote is a must-have when trying to reduce the amount of plastic and paper bags you go through. (Consider these other ways to live more waste-free, too.) Plus, people won’t be able to stop buzzing about how adorable it is.

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Net Shopping Bag

Don’t be fooled. Despite being the most plain-looking picks on this list, these stretchy, long-strapped carriers are the quintessential reusable produce bags. They’re machine-washable, compact and one even comes in pink—what’s not to love? Once you buy the fruits and veggies, here’s how to use them all up.

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Cactus Canvas Tote Bag

If you’re crazy about plants—both eating them and donning them—then this prickly patterned tote is the pick for you. (And try this succulent-inspired treat while you’re at it!) Thanks to the bag’s longer shape, it’s perfect for holding those lengthy farmers market finds, like baguettes, carrots, etc.

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Bagette Market Tote

For something with a little more structure, try Scout’s rectangular bag. The double straps and reinforced bottom make it especially useful for carrying ultra-hefty loads. (Keep this advice in mind while you’re perusing the farmers market.) And with its cute and timeless designs, you almost forget how truly utilitarian this tote is.

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Good Planet Organic Cotton Tote

Make a statement with this green (and green-inked) bag. Made with cotton, this tote is the essential accessory for farmers market shopping this summer. (Click here to see what produce will be in season.) Plus, the bag’s got a point.

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City Tote Bags

Attention, road-trippers. These lightweight bags feature notable landmarks from all across the country. Plus, they’re made right here in the U.S. (You can also travel around the world with these authentic recipes.)

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Canvas and Vegan Leather Tote

Nothing says “local” and “fresh” quite like a farmers market and, well, this bag. This sturdy tote will easily hold your haul of seasonal produce as well as convey to others just how serious you are about your cooking chops…and whisks. Speaking of chops, you need to learn about the four essential types of knives.

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Insulated Backpack

Take going green to the next level by walking or biking to the market with this bad boy on your back, then pull the straps through into the tote position and pile high with groceries. Be eco-friendly in the kitchen, too, with these tips!

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Market Tote

Philanthropy and sustainability go hand in hand with this handy bag. With the purchase of this tote, you’re supporting FEED, a charity organization that provides meals to hungry children all over the world. These popular food companies are philanthropic, too!

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Farm Animals Tote Bag

And on your tote, you have a cow…E-I-E-I-O. This tote is ideal for loading up with vendors’ fruits and vegetables, oh, and don’t forget the eggs, milk and cheese, too! Then use them in our favorite farmers market recipes.

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Annamarie Higley
Annamarie Higley is an Associate Print Editor for Taste of Home magazine, as well as the brand's special issue publications. A midwestern transplant originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, she enjoys hiking, trivia-ing, and—you guessed it!—all things cooking and baking.

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