Reusable Shopping Bags Brand Announces New Assorted Colors on Amazon

Pomatree's reusable shopping bags are now available in two beautiful colors. The shopping bags are stylish and have metal grommets reinforcement to enable them to carry extra weight when shopping, traveling or organizing the home.

Seattle, USA - October 10, 2019 —

Pomatree, the brand behind popular reusable grocery shopping bags on Amazon, is excited to announce the launch of its bags in new assorted colors. Each bag designed by the brand is collapsible and folds away for easy storage. The totes can be used for groceries, home storage, organization and even car-trunk organizers. To date, the three pack of bags has garnered a five star rating on Amazon, with over 100 positive reviews.

More information about the brand’s premium reusable shopping bags can be found at

“Make your next shopping trip even more enjoyable with our easy-to-use tote box bags,” says a spokesperson from Pomatree. “The sides stay perfectly upright, due to sturdy cardboard placed in the bag’s walls. We’ve also attached strong handles made to last, and we used durable grommets to provide superior reinforcement.”

The reusable shopping bag includes reinforced shoulder straps with extended handles that measure 12 inches above the top of the bag. For extra strengthening, metal grommets are added to the straps. Its large size allows users to carry bulky grocery, shopping or travel items with ease. The unique colors and fashionable designs are a plus for decorative, modern storage, implying that the bags can be stored anywhere in the house.

“At Pomatree, we designed this set of bags with style. They’ll look as attractive in your home as they will in the market. The color combinations are warm and will accent decors from contemporary to vintage,” the Pomatree spokesperson adds. “And, the material is non-woven polypropylene, so it wipes clean with a damp cloth. When you reuse these smart and lasting shopping bags, it means you’re doing something wonderful for the environment.”

According to the brand, the bags are highly durable and long-lasting, each with the ability to carry up to 35 pounds of items safely. The bags are available in a convenient three pack, offering an eco-friendly alternative to plastic shopping bags.

Those interested in finding out more about the reusable grocery shopping bags from Pomatree should visit the company’s Amazon storefront.


About Us: Designing home goods is our passion! At Pomatree, we create products to make your life easier and offer you a better way to do them. We take pride in our craftsmanship and design. We invite you to take a look at all that we offer!

Contact Info:
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