More durable and eco-friendly than plastic bags, these French terry bags are designed to prolong the life of stored produce. The fabric holds just enough moisture to maintain an ideal humidity for leafy greens, carrots, green beans—you name it. Simply wet the bag and wring out all the extra moisture before storage. They’ll last for years, and you’ll discard less wilted produce. Vejibag founder Sally Erickson came up with the idea for her product in 2013, with the goal of providing fresh produce to customers from her own greenhouse in Maine. The company sources only American-grown organic cotton that is never treated with dyes or chemicals, and the bags are sewn at a work-owned facility in North Carolina, for a transparent and eco-conscious production process from start to finish.