A grown-up sandwich bag—thanks, Built! Reach for this sleek reusable pouch instead of disposable plastic sandwich bags, and you'll be doing your part to help rid our planet of plastic.
Made of 100% polyester with a velcro tab, this modern bag is dishwasher safe, super durable, and nontoxic. It contains absolutely no PVC, BPA, latex, vinyl, or other harmful chemicals.
It's roomy enough to hold a large sandwich or a generous serving of dry snacks, veggie sticks, or fruit.
Use this bag for lunch, snacks on the run, or even at home to help control your portions.
Best of all, it's gender neutral, so anyone can carry it. Enjoy!
- Replaces disposable plastic baggies in your lunch kit
- Durably constructed from polyester with a velcro closure
- Sleekly designed with modern rounded corners
- Wipes clean and is dishwasher safe
- Tested for lead safety and phthalates; free of PVC, vinyl, and BPA
The Built NY Sandwich Bag is made from 100% polyester.
Simply wipe clean, machine wash and hang dry, or clean in dishwasher.
About the Manufacturer
BUILT transforms everyday objects into extraordinary accessories. With a foundation in American industrial design, they draw inspiration from their Soho neighborhood and apply color and pattern to everything they produce. Their original, stylish totes and bags meet the demands of life in perpetual motion.
Using containers like the Built NY Sandwich Bag in place of plastic baggies does the planet a favor. Yes, plastic sandwich and snack bags are super handy when you're packing lunches. But consider how many bags you use in a day, a week, a month, a year. Think about how much money you're spending on something that just gets thrown away.
The average American family discards 1,500 plastic bags each year. As a nation, we throw away an estimated 100,000,000,000 plastic bags annually. Worldwide, it's more than 500 billion!
Think about what happens to those bags after you've tossed them out. A typical sandwich bag can take up to 1,000 years to decompose. As it breaks down, it releases hazardous petroleum by-products into our soil and waterways, which become part of our food chain. We are passing on a contaminated planet to our children and grandchildren—simply for our own convenience.