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Product Specifications

  • Product CodeJM295/BK
  • SizeMedium
  • Weight160g
  • External SizeW30 x D17.5 x H29.5 cm
  • Pack Size10
  • Unit Price£1.85 exVAT
  • Pack Price£18.50 exVAT

Medium Jute Bag - Black

Medium Jute Bag - Black

"The bags are used for craft workshops. They made an ideal base for decoration of Fabrics, appliqué etc."

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Key Features

  • Reusable and biodegradable
  • Popular red colour makes it a firm favourite seasonal gifts like Christmas
  • Made from good quality jute
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Product Overview

Medium Jute Bag - Black

Medium black jute bag made from high quality hessian that is biodegradable and reusable. Whilst it works well as a medium shopper it comes into its won as a way of presenting hamper style gifts. The size allows you to offer an entry level hamper. Once the contents have been consumed the bag will have an ongoing use which is always beneficial

As with all our jute shoppers, the dyes are AZO free, the lining is bio-degradable and the jute itself is a sustainable material. And to make it even better WBC is happy to support a number of initiatives including the Princes Trust who helped us when we were starting up, and the WBC Foundation India which directly supports the communities that make most of the bags in our range.

WBC offers a branding service for these bags, with a minimum order value of 250 units and a 7 - 10 day lead time. Simply visit our Printed Bags for life section


Latest Reviews

5/5 Stars

Quality product at a good price.

- 13th December 2013

5/5 Stars

The bags are used for craft workshops. They made an ideal base for decoration of Fabrics, appliqué etc.

- 4th February 2016

5/5 Stars

Again great item, love the padded handles

- 22nd May 2014