Natural goodies FOUND at Abe’s Market! #NaturalLiving

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I love when I can go to one website and get all of my shopping done at one place. Especially when so many of the products for sale promote organic and natural living. If you haven’t heard about Abe’s Market yet, then you’re missing out!

Seattle officially banned plastic bags in July. I have lots of fabulous reusable shopping bags, but I still found myself using plastic produce bags, and it was driving me nuts. Lucky for me, Abe’s Market has a really fabulous selection of not only reusable shopping bags, but produce bags too!

I love these produce bags from 3B Bags. These handy little bags are durable, breathable, machine washable and quick drying! They have a drawstring closure and weigh next to nothing. I’m thinking about using one for a lingerie bag too! The produce bags from 3B Bags come in a 3 pack. Two of the bags measure 11 X 14 inches. The oversized bag measures 14.5 X 18.5 inches to hold larger produce. I actualy have two packs, so I may never have to bring another plastic produce bag into my home again!

This girl can never have enough hoodies, so when I saw the Organic Cotton Hoodie from Maggie’s Organics, I had to have it. One of my favorite things about it? The sleeves are long enough for my arms. This never happens. Ever.  The natural organic cotton rib gives it a great fit. And right now? It even fits over my baby belly, which is another win, I like longer shirts. I got the wine color, and it’s just great. I know what you’re thinking – it’s going to run because of the natural dyes. But you better believe that’s one of the first things I checked – and no problems! I’ll definitely be looking at them again for clothing!

Win Abe’s Market Gift Cards

Abe’s Market will be hosting the Natural Living Giveaway Event with the Noise Girls beginning on October 26th. Be sure to come back for your chance to win Abe’s Market Gift Cards!
We are also celebrating #NaturalLiving with Abe’s Market with a Twitter Party on October 30th at 8:00pm CST. We would love to have you RSVP and join us to talk about natural living and Abe’s Market!

Disclosure: I received product from Abe’s Market in exchange for this post. No other compensation was received. The opinions here are my own. This post contains affiliate links where I earn a small percentage of the sales generated.

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Comments

  1. Jennifer Johansen says

    Those bags look nice. I’ve got a ton of reusable grocery bags from my local grocery stores, and they’re awful. The kind that have to be thrown away when they get soiled because they can’t be put in the washing machine. What’s the point of a reusable bag if you can’t wash it?

  2. Barrie says

    I’ve been looking for reusable producte bags but haven’t been able to find any I like! I love that these can be washed…I just wonder if grocery stores will have issues with the extra weight when weighing produce.

  3. Nan says

    Who wants to put healthy food in plastic, great stocking or little thank you gift for the holidays.
    Abe’s has a great variety of ideas.

  4. Michele P. says

    I love the hoodies for my daughter, and those reusable produce bags are pretty neat too, because I don’t have any of those type of reusable bags yet.

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