Vegetable Bag
front of Vegetables linen refrigerator bag packaging
back of Vegetables linen refrigerator bag packaging
Vegetable Bag
Vegetable Bag
Vegetable Bag
root vegetables in Ambrosia linen refrigerator bag

Vegetable Bag

Regular price$30.00
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FREE shipping on U.S. orders $75+
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews

Extends Freshness

Extends Freshness

Reduces Waste

Reduces Waste



Scientifically Proven

Scientifically Proven

Ambrosia produce bags are born out of old world wisdom and modern day technology to provide a simple & natural way to keep vegetables fresher, longer.

Our specially designed flax linen Vegetable Bag inhibits the formation of bacteria and mold unlike any of the cotton produce bags on the market. The hollow fibers have a high absorption rate while staying air-permeable creating the ideal atmosphere for the maximum shelf life of vegetables in the crisper drawer.

Vegetable Bag Size:
Large (12" L × 6" W × 7" H)

  • FREE shipping on U.S. orders $75+
  • Eco-Packaging
  • Same-day shipping
  • Delivery in 3-5 business days for all U.S. orders.
  • Secure Checkout
  • With your order, Ecodrive plants a tree to offset CO2

Add Life to Your Veggies  

Pro Tips

  • Load the bag with the heartiest vegetables and root vegetables on the bottom.
  • Fragile items, like asparagus and cucumbers, go on the top to avoid bruising.

Why It Works

  • The hollow fibers absorb & hold moisture while staying air-permeable.
  • Unlike cotton, linen has a natural resistance to bacteria & mold.
  • Creates the ideal condition to extend the shelf-life of vegetables in the fridge.

Simple to Clean

  • Launder every two weeks or between uses to ensure durability and performance.
  • Machine or hand wash in warm water with gentle detergent.
  • Lay out to air dry.
  • NO Bleach or fabric softener.
  • To remove stains, treat with lemon juice or vinegar and dry in sun.
  • Tip: add a touch of baking soda in the wash cycle.

How to Use

  • Rinse vegetables.
  • Place in the bag while wet.
  • Zip shut.
  • Store in the crisper drawer.

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Why We Love Linen

Flax linen takes less energy to grow and process, using fewer inputs and less irrigation when compared to cotton.

Linen absorbs and holds on to moisture better than other organic fibers, so it keeps produce hydrated longer.

The fiber is also highly breathable, allowing more oxygen in, and more ethylene out.

What People Are Saying

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
Based on 4 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 4 Total 4 star reviews: 0 Total 3 star reviews: 0 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
100%would recommend this product
4 reviews
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    YEP. It's the VEGIES

    Just wash them and pop them in. Voila! longer lasting than without. Wippie!

    tamara w.
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    1 week ago
    Whoa. Game changer.

    I really didn’t think these were going to work, but they absolutely do! I live alone, so when I buy salad ingredients, sometimes they go bad before I can eat them all. I hate that because it’s wasteful and expensive. Well, I tried the veggie bag and the leafy green bag, and my veggies are still fresh as the day I purchased them, weeks later. Wow. Just wow!

    Christine R.
    Verified Buyer
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    1 month ago
    Best bags for storing vegetables

    I love these bags and have been using them for a variety of vegetables.

    Lea M.
    Verified Buyer
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 months ago
    Love these bags!

    I have four of the vegetable bags and line all of them up in the bottom drawers of my fridge and spray them with water every day. There's just something wonderful about them and maybe it's because I have less plastic in the fridge now. Thank you for creating them!

    Rebecca W.
    Verified Buyer
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A Tree Gets Planted with Every Order

Our partnership with Ecodrive guarantees that a tree is planted with every purchase. This helps offset the CO2 created from the flax field through the supply chain and into your fridge.

Frequently Asked Questions - Vegetable Bag

Things like asparagus, beans, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, fennel, ginger, leeks, parsnip, peppers, radishes, squash, and the like.

Do not store potatoes, garlic, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, or berries in the Vegetable Bag.

Oh but of course. Just be sure to pack the heartier items on the bottom so as to not bruise or damage anything.

It should always be kept moist to the touch but not wet when storing your veggies.