Cabaggage Review & Giveaway
Cabaggage is a better way to transport fresh fruits and vegetables. The trouble with grocery bags or reusable grocery bags is that they do not protect your delicate produce very well. Cabaggage solves this problem with a large, durable, insulated tote that features adjustable shelves and compartments – so that your strawberries don’t get squished and your eggs stay cool.
We introduced you to Cabaggage a couple of years ago when they first launch. It was so successful that inventor Jennifer Kaba completely sold out of bags! She relaunched the Cabaggage with a better design:
- Durable, high quality construction holds its shape to support your products
- Ultra lightweight cotton canvas (exterior) and water/stain resistant fabric (interior and exterior bottom) for easy clean up of accidental spills
- Fully insulated to keep goods hot or cold on your trip home from the market or grocery store
- Large zippered side panel to accommodate an ice sheet (NEW FEATURE NOT PICTURED YET)
- Comfortable, expandable straps: lengthen for over the shoulder use (approx 27″ fully expanded), or shorten to carry by hand (approx 8″ at shortest)
- Dimensions: length 15″ x width 6″ x height 16″
We’re taking Cabaggage everywhere we shop – farmer’s markets and grocery stores!
What I love about Cabaggage
With this bag, I don’t need to use the plastic produce bags anymore. Plus, at the farmer’s market, sellers don’t often provide produce bags. Also, I especially love that the handles are adjustable – I prefer to carry the bag over my shoulder.
The material is durable, thick canvas. Great quality. Lots of compartments and adjustable dividers (attach with velcro). Big zipper area (heavy duty zipper) where you can put an reusable ice sheet or ice pack.
It is a bit pricey. $65 for the tote (free shipping), but you are buying a very sturdy, well constructed market tote that has multiple uses – we’ve transported tennis gear, food for a picnic and clothes for the water park.
On my wishlist for the product: a hard insert for the bottom of the bag. While very thick and insulated, I would love a hard insert so that the bag can have a flat bottom. It’s a minor wish, and shouldn’t distract you from purchasing the Cabaggage.
Jennifer, the inventor of Cabaggage is providing a tote for a giveaway!
Congratulations to our winner!