Retailers can use new non-woven reusable bag to promote business and go
TORONTO, July 30, 2012 /CNW/ - As of January 1, 2013, all plastic and
poly bags will be banned in the city of Toronto. The announcement has
retailers scrambling to find an alternative. In answer to the ban,
ICEGREEN has just released a new cost-effective solution to address
retailers need for non-plastic reusable bags.
The new non-woven reusable 'T-Shirt" bag is the ideal answer to this consumer package solution. The product will
help retailers looking for an eco-friendly solution to the recent plastic ban notice. Not only will the non-woven reusable bags provide a cost-effective
solution, retailers can use the bags to promote their brand or logo.
"It's a great opportunity for retailers to show their support for the
environment while providing an incentive for their customers to bring
the bag back into their store," says David Lawson of ICEGREEN.
The non-woven reusable "T-Shirt" bag gives grocery stores, restaurants
and retail chains an inexpensive solution by providing a product that
is machine-made to reduce the cost per unit and hand-washable. The bags
are reusable and customizable so retailers can choose from a variety of
colours and weights. The reusable bags are the lowest priced on the market and made from durably, heavy-duty
non-woven PP fabric making it the perfect alternative to poly/plastic
Consumers can use the reusable bags for all their shopping needs and
retailers will love the customizable opportunity to promote their brand
or logo to increase awareness. The bags act like a free walking
billboard for retailers. Now retailers can see the ban as an
opportunity to grow business and go green.
SOURCE: ICEGREEN Reusable Packaging Products
For further information:
ICEGREEN (Canada) ~ Reusable Bags & Packaging Products