Pop-up Bag

PACKNATUR®

Pop-up Bags

When nature
pops up.

We are always in awe of nature, which is why we rely on our natural environment to help us develop innovative products. Take our Packnatur® Pop-up Bag grocery net bag as an example. It really shows us what it’s made of when it’s filled with fresh, juicy apples, crusty rolls and other delicious things. But the bag’s not just designed for foodies – it’s also great for holding your gym gear or swimsuit and flippers.

And weighing in at a mere 35 g, the grocery net bag simply hangs out in your pocket, briefcase or handbag, waiting to show us just how effortlessly it can carry a full 10 kg! The reinforced handles still feel comfortable in your hand, even with a full load. Manufactured from wood, a 100% sustainable raw material, the Pop-up Bag is free from petrochemicals and metallic substances and made from a compostable and fully biodegradable material. That’s where the bag truly comes into its own.

Further information about the material we use and the sustainability of our products can be found here.

THE POP-UP BAG AT A GLANCE:

100% beechwood
CO2 reduction
Light and compact
to carry with you
Food-safe due
to spun-dying
Food-safe
Biodegradable
Minimal use of materials,
maximum capacity
Reinforced handles
Washable
Tear-resistant
Reusable to save resources
Holds up to 15 kg

Customised Pop-up Bag

COLOURS
black
brown
grey green
mint green
onion yellow
potato yellow
purple red
red
red orange
lemon yellow
ecru
white

Pop-up Bags – permanently in stock

Our Packnatur® Pop-up Bags
are available in the following option:

Product
Description
Quantity / unit
Minimum order quantity
Price
TZMNN
Description
Packnatur® Pop-up Bags, grocery net bag, ca. 10 × 50 cm, plain, no label
Quantity / unit
Pack of 10
Minimum order quantity
10 bags
Price
€1.79 each

Our customer service team looks forward to hearing from you:
Tel: +43 316 272568-0, email: office@vpz.at

Kolektio Sakoj

The exhibition KOLEKTIO SAKOJ by the artist Karmen Janĉar, who lives in the border town of Gornja Radgona (Bad Radkersburg), is first and foremost a display of her extensive plastic bag collection. The artist began her collection as a young girl back in the 1970s, when she lived in former Yugoslavia, on the border between Slovenia and Austria.

Plastic Bag Fund Project

For a number of years, I have been playing around with the idea of creating my own interdisciplinary initiative, think tank or organisation focused on sustainability, art and culture…

Because beechwood
is always in fashion.