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Product Specifications

  • Product CodeJS08SD
  • Size6 Bottle
  • Weight334g
  • Internal Size280 x 200 x 340mm
  • External SizeW28 x D20 x H34 cm
  • Pack Size10
  • Unit PriceWas: £2.92 exVAT
    Now: £2.20 exVAT*
  • Pack Price£22.00 exVAT

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Discontinued: 6 Bottle Jute Carrier with Christmas - "Special Delivery" With Reindeer Print

6 Bottle Jute Carrier with Christmas - "Special Delivery" 



With Reindeer Print
We never like to be beaten on price. If you find a like for like product at a lower price, we will do our best to match that price.
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Key Features

  • Limited edition Christmas bags exclusive to WBC
  • Internal removable dividers for 6 bottles
  • Fits 6 standard wine bottles or up to 4 champagne bottles and 2 standard bottles
  • Jute bags made from biodegradable/sustainable jute
  • Comfortable strong cotton-padded handles
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Product Overview

6 Bottle Jute Carrier with Christmas - "Special Delivery" 



With Reindeer Print

These festive jute bags are exclusive to WBC and available for a short time only. Designed in house we have printed a limited number of our popular JS08 bags. With internal dividers these bags can old up to 6 bottles of your customers favorite christmas tipple. Or better yet remove the dividers for a great seasonal hamper bag. Set up a display near your counter to encourage add on sales or create pre made gifts ready for you customers to take away. Combine these christmas jute bags with WBCs range of finishings such as shredded paper and bows for a truly special christmas gift. As with all our jute shoppers, the inks and dyes are AZO free, and the jute itself is a sustainable material. To make our bags even kinder to the environment, a proportion of profits on every jute bag sold is donated to charity each year - the Prince’s Trust in the UK, and the WBC India Project, the latter of which directly supports the Indian communities that make the range.