Kate Gibbs is a food and travel writer, author, cook and new mother living in Sydney, Australia. She cooks whole food that makes us healthy and happy, and travels to find the best in style, food and hotels.

totes and groceries

More than one million plastic bags are consumed globally every minute. The habit of supermarket convenience living is having a massive impact on marine wildlife as turtles, fish and sea dwelling creatures swallow the bags. If that's easy to swallow as a consumer, then let the fact that they look awful be the deterrent and instead go for something more attractive on your arm. So in a bid to find both eco and cool, here are some options. Love these Sac a Baguette totes for groceries ($329), top. You can make a cheaper alternative by using this animated guide from Morsbag. Colourful, reusable, machine washable, foldable bags from Baggu ($9), above.

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