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Cameron Diaz Lova Dub Her Envirosax Reuseable Bags

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Can’t get your hands on an Anya Hindmarch? Despair not; for soon the vanilla appeal of one style of fashionably-hip eco bag will cause the world to shift to alternatives. If you’re in this boat now, consider the line of Envirosax bags — a colorful, retro-hip, menagerie of reusable shopping bags that make “I’m Not A Plastic Bag” look like a blank canvas.

According to OK! Magazine, actress Cameron Diaz doesn’t leave home without the bags (which come two to a pouch — the equivalent of four plastic shopping bags). One criticism of the Anya bags are their non-organic origins. Not only does Envirosax offer an organic line, but their HQ in Australia is “totally ecologically sustainable with solar hot water and photovoltaic cells for electricity. A sewage system recycles waste water, watering the extensive permaculture gardens and filtered rainwater tanks provide the premises with water.”

You can either pick up the bags in a set of five (with accompanying pouch) for $33 or individually for about $8. Hit the official website for more information!

[UPDATE] The kind people at Delight have offered to provide a 10% discount to Ecorazzi readers when purchasing the Envirosax bags through their site. A great deal. Use coupon code ECORAZZI at checkout to receive the reduced rate. Thanks, Delight!

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