ECOBAGS® Recycled Cotton Canvas Lunch Bag

4.11 out of 5
(10 customer reviews)


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Product Type: EcoBags Organic Cotton Canvas Lunch Bag – Model # EB-LUN-603 – Size: 7″ wide x 10. 5″ tall, 4. 5″ flat bottom gusset – EcoBags are made in India and are certified 100% organic by the international organic inspection body SKAL. All products are manufactured in regulated fair wage-fair labor facilities.

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Weight 0.32 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 2 in
Product Dimensions

‎ 5 x 6 x 2 inches; 0.32 Ounces

Item model number

‎ LUN 604

Date First Available

‎ November 9, 2008




‎ Mugs Funny, Ecobags

10 reviews for ECOBAGS® Recycled Cotton Canvas Lunch Bag

  1. 4 out of 5


    and liked it. Then I left it at work one …I had been looking for a non-paper (or plastic) lunch sack for some time. I found this item on Amazon, bought it, used it, and liked it. Then I left it at work one day — and someone stole it!I never thought much about it but, reading through some of the review, yes it is a bit small and yes, after the first washing it does wrinkle. The size never bothered me as I don’t pack a HUGE lunch. I do recall, after washing it the first time, it came out of the dryer looking bad. After a subsequent washing or two, it looked less wrinkly.Potential buyers take note: 1) it is not large (don’t plan on shoving a large, Tupperware-like container into it … think paper bag sized lunch sack) and 2) it is made of cotton (it wrinkles when washed).I *do* recommend this product — and have ordered two more (one to get stolen again and one as a spare)!ADDENDUM October 24, 2014: As mentioned in my review I ordered two more of these LUNCH bags. Unfortunately, they sent me two TOTE sized bags instead. Amazon quickly credited my account but now I have to return the TOTE sized bags and re-order the LUNCH sized ones. It’s always something! :/

  2. 4 out of 5


    good lunch bagthe bag is functional, eco-friendly, and durable. I bring my lunch everyday and so far this has been a great bag. Its washable too so if you get grime/spills on it, it cleans up well.My only “con” is that when its full, the cord handle is only on one side so it makes it a litle difficult to hold. I end up tossing it in my work bag usually so its not a big deal, but if you need a stand alone bag that easy to hold- that would be a negative for me.

  3. 5 out of 5


    LOVE Our Lunch Bags!Bought these in anticipation of the first year I have to pack lunches (two in preschool, a few days per week). Eeks!. As a former classroom teacher, I recall HATING the smell of the soft-side lunch boxes. No matter what you do, they don’t really come clean, and they smell awful. It was bad enough in the school wardrobe; I certainly didn’t want that smell in my home! I researched and researched all lunchbox/bag options – hours on the web! It’s been four months since, and we are very happy w/ these bags. They are a very sturdy canvas/cotton, the rope pull is strong, the velcro is great. The bag, itself, is really thick, so any lunch box spills are absorbed (no mess to-date in backpacks or etc). I have washed & dried the bags multiple times, and they appear as new. The size is also good (some other reviewers complained). We use the RubberMaid “lunch Blox” (another winner). Filled, these containers would satisfy a hungry adult. For my littles (now 2.5 & 4.5, average eaters), I use all four containers, each filled less than halfway. They have an assortment of different items. Also in the bag fits the 9 oz Rubbermaid drink container, a spoon/fork, napkin, etc. The only negative is that the bags are dull-colored. I expected my kids to complain, at some point, as other kids have princess or etc lunch boxes. But nothing yet. Am thinking of sewing badges or etc on them, if it comes up. This mom recommends highly!

  4. 3 out of 5


    If only the fabric were prewashed.I loved this bag when it arrived. It was bigger than the paper bags my daughter had been using for her lunch – much easier to fit in lunch and snacks for a long day, and durable and eco-friendly.She used it for a while. It got dirty. I washed it.Now it is *smaller* than the paper lunch bags. My daughter thought it was hilarious how much it shrank. Comical, yes, but I liked the size better before the shrinkage!So, word to the wise – wash in cold, and air-dry, if you don’t want a whole new portion-control system.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sandy P

    Simplicity at its finestI love this canvas lunch bag. I’ve had a ton of lunch bags. Igloo, EasyLunches, Everest, Rachel Ray, BuiltNY, etc… My last lunchbag was a Thirty-One thermal tote that I got rid of once the thermal foil started separating from the outer fabric. Actually, that seems to be a weak point for quite a few bags I’ve had. Well, this is the one that I’m sticking with. Don’t get me wrong; it’s not a perfect bag for every situation. If insulation is a priority, then I’d go with something else as this has none. But it’s that simplicity of design that I love so much.The soft sides make it easy to conform. I can shove this into my micro-fridge at work without much ado and without taking up extra space other than the size of my food containers. Though the base is smaller, it accommodates larger boxes because it’s so unstructured. It’s lightweight. Easy to wash (just make sure to use cold water). You can even personalize it (I did with some embroidery). The velcro layer on top holds well, and the little cotton cord is easy to grab or hand about your wrist.

  6. 3 out of 5


    Useful lunch bag but…It’s a nice lunch bag, perfect for on the go purposes. Enough room for a small-medium size tupperware, and some fruit and snacks (if you stack nicely; imagine a normal brown paper bag). The cloth material is very sturdy but obviously sags when you put something heavy in it. The velcro seals tightly. The only reason why I gave only 3 stars is because the ‘drawstring’ came loose on mine. I didn’t put anything particularly heavy in the bag (if I did, I just didn’t use the string), but the threads came off anyway. You get what you pay for.

  7. 4 out of 5


    Pretty goodGood bag, got this so i could wash my lunch bag out easily. Thermal bags are difficult to wash. I just throw this in with the kitchen laundry at the end of my work week. Only complaint is that the velcro closure at the top doesnt close the bag completely on the sides. Not very protective of what is inside — its just a thin canvas bag with none of the thermal padding of other lunch bags. This is just a statement, not a complaint. I pack heavy-duty containers. Will not protect glass from breaking.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Burden

    NIce size. Perfect little eco bagNIce size. Perfect little eco bag.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Erin Gallagher

    It does exactly what I need it to do, …It does exactly what I need it to do, but will not keep food any temp other than room temp (which is obvious as it’s just a canvas bag.)I can’t give it 5 stars, as really it needs to have 2 handles on it for it to be top notch.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Carmela Bodino

    Good sized bagGreat bag, i love the simple design and it’s a surprizingly good size. You can put so much stuff in it, highly recommend. It’s made of raw recycled material tho, so keep in mind it can get dirty and smelly pretty quickly, but it’s easy to handwash or put in the wash.

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