If you haven’t started bringing your own reusable produce bags to the market, let these fetching examples provide the necessary nudge. They’re part of the Caya Collection, a line of home goods made of kaya, the all-cotton mesh traditionally made in Nara, Japan as mosquito netting. “As the use of these nets fell out of favor, kaya found new life, thanks to the fact that it’s lightweight, durable, and eco-friendly,” explains Japanese import company Rikumo of Philadelphia, which just began carrying the line.
In addition to food sacks, Caya also offers furoshiki-style totes and oven mitts, all from the same cotton mesh in the colors of tropical fruit. Look no further for a useful summer host or hostess present.
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N.B.: This post was first published on Remodelista on July 5, 2022.