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Bamboo Original Bottle

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Sip sustainably with this glass-lined bamboo bottle $25.00

In the cluttered marketplace for reusable bottles, swamped with a bunch of same-looking/functioning products, the Bamboo Original Bottle stands out from the pack. Aesthetically speaking, the company's flagship product looks, well, nice, with clean lines and a flourescent color accent popping out from the tan bamboo. It also has the unusual feature of a glass interior, which makes it heavier than......read more

Baggu 5-Pouch

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Flat-folding reusable bags in a pack of five. $35.00

Perfect for an excursion to the farmers market, Baggu bags are super-durable (each can old up to 50 pounds) and collapsible (they flat-fold to a puny 5" by 5"). This 5-pack offering gives you a handy carrying pouch containing 5 bags that run across the grayscale gradient. The pouch is small enough to stick in your purse and easy to throw over your shoulder. Enough talk, time to shop!...read more

Carry-On Chopsticks

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Batter up! Recycled baseball bat wood shaped into collapsible, self-storing chopsticks. $29.95

Japanese outdoor gear brand Snow Peak has been bringing smart design to the backcountry since 1958. Take, for example, Snow Peak's collapsible Carry-On Chopsticks, a must-have for roaming noodle lovers. Made from recycled baseball bat wood, the wooden ends screw into stainless steel handles that expand to chopsticks to eating length. After use, simple unscrew them and tuck them away in the canvas......read more

Reusable KeepCup

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Enjoy your latte responsibly with this recyclable, lidded commuter cup $12.00

Here's a disheartening stat: 500 billion disposable cups are manufactured globally every year; that’s about 75 disposable cups for every single person on the planet. It's time to turn the tide. This barista-standard Reusable Coffee Cup from Australia's KeepCup is one of the nicest looking reusable options we've seen. There are three sizes available -- 8 oz, 12 oz and 16 oz -- with......read more

Areaware Bottle Opener

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Designed By Brendan Ravenhill $12.00

Designed by Brendan Ravenhill for Areaware, this bottle opener is designed with ultimate functionality in mind. Carved from walnut wood and featuring a contrasting black painted handle, the simple bottle opener contains two small magnets—one that allows the opener to stay on a refrigerator door when not in use, and another that catches the bottle cap after its been opened to avoid the......read more

Bottle Vases by Foekje Fleur van Duin

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Amazing ceramic vases that mimic discarded plastic bottles $19.75

After hearing news stories about the massive patch of plastic swirling around the Pacific, Dutch designer Foekje Fleur van Duin started collecting discarded trash on the banks of the Maas River and thinking of ways to incorporate it into creative projects. These amazing porcelain replicas of plastic bottles come from those experiments. Made using a plaster mold, the vases are......read more

BottleHood Spice Jars

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Recycled bottles converted into cork-topped spice jars $17.50

The good folks behind San Diego-based BottleHood find attractive and functional uses for discarded wine, beer, liquor and soda bottles, which they creatively repurpose into tumblers, juice glasses, vases, pendant beads and light fixtures. We're loving these handcrafted spice jars made from pinot grigio bottles, which are topped with renewable cork stoppers to keep kitchen goods fresh.......read more

BottlesUp

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Minimize your footprint with these artisanal water bottles, made from 75% recycled glass $25.95

Laurel Herter has worked in art and architectural glass for over thirty years, creating stained glass church windows, carved glass tabletops, intricate leaded glass skylights, and more for clients all over the world. A glass lover through-and-through, she has deep concerns about plastic pollution and its effects on the environment. So she decided to do something about it with BottlesUp, a......read more

Bee's Wrap

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Beeswax and cloth combine in reusable alternative to plastic food wrap $5.50

Say hello to an innovative, eco-friendly solution for saving food. Bee's Wrap, the brainchild of Vermont gardener and organic food advocate Sarah Kaeck, incorporates organic cotton muslin, beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin to create a perfectly sustainable alternative to plastic food wrap. The pliable, reusable wraps mold to items with the warmth of your hands, then stiffen as they cool to......read more

Gingham Tear Off Napkins

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Reusable gingham napkins offer retro feel for summer picnicking. $35.00

These classic gingham napkins stay neatly in a roll until you need them. Better yet, they're made of cotton and are fully washable so you can use them again and again through the summer. Just throw them in the laundry then iron and you're ready for your next picnic. Roll of 20. Made in Spain.  ...read more

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