Kitchen Collection

3.7 million students are enrolled in schools across Australia, that's a lot of plastic wrapped sandwiches and snacks!
33 products

Fresh Produce Bags to carry your fruit and vegetables without the need for single-use plastics.

Features include:

  • A colourful holder pouch, to make it easy to carry your produce bags to the shop.
  • Our Reusable Produce Bags are an easy replacement for single-use plastic fruit and vegetable bags in the supermarket or greengrocer.
  • Wash your fresh produce in the bag and pop in the fridge or hang them to keep fresh
  • Crafted from special rPet fabric, our produce bags are made from recycled plastic drink bottles.
  • Weighing in at only 10 grams per bag, our reusable produce bags barely register on a scale, and the see-through mesh bags allow shop assistants to know exactly what is inside your produce bag.
  • Lightweight but deceptively strong mesh bags can hold up to 2 kilos of produce and feature a gusseted and drawstring tie.
  • Our produce bags stuff down into the small brightly coloured pouch when not in use and can attach to a belt or bag by way of its strong carabiner clip.
  • Extend the life cycle of your fresh produce with the breathable mesh bags, compared to traditional plastic bags which can sweat.
  • Cool water handwash as needed, or put on a cool gentle cycle in the washing machine.
  • Incredibly versatile, our reusable produce bags have been used for everything from exclusion bags for fruit trees, colanders to wash fresh leafy greens and even fly nets.

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We use recycled materials where possible, and all our products are 100% recyclable at the end of their long lives. Onya bags are designed to last for years (many of our customers have had theirs for 10+ years) and are recyclable anywhere that accepts rPET for recycling. In the case where you cannot find a recycler, Onya will gladly recycle any of their products for you through their partnership with TerraCycle. This makes Onya a 100% zero-waste business and provides a closed loop system for all their products.

Onya's commitment to sustainability extends to their packaging which is made from post-consumer recycled material and printed with water-based inks, so it is suitable for both recycling or composting!

Unfortunately manufacturing Onya products in Australia would mean they would be too expensive for consumers. To make these products to a high standard that are still affordable, Onya's products are responsibly manufactured in China. Onya is an Australian owned company.

Regular price $15.95
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Fresh Produce Bags to carry your fruit and vegetables without the need for single-use plastics.

Features include:

  • A colourful holder pouch, to make it easy to carry your produce bags to the shop.
  • Our Reusable Produce Bags are an easy replacement for single-use plastic fruit and vegetable bags in the supermarket or green grocer.
  • Wash your fresh produce in the bag and pop in the fridge or hang them to keep fresh
  • Crafted from special rPet fabric, our produce bags are made from recycled plastic drink bottles.
  • Weighing in at only 10 grams per bag, our reusable produce bags barely register on a scale and the see-through mesh bags allow shop assistants to know exactly what is inside your produce bag.
  • Lightweight but deceptively strong mesh bags can hold up to 2 kilos of produce and feature a gusseted and drawstring tie.
  • Our produce bags stuff down into the small brightly coloured pouch when not in use and can attach to a belt or bag by way of its strong carabiner clip.
  • Extend the life cycle of your fresh produce with the breathable mesh bags, compared to traditional plastic bags which can sweat.
  • Cool water handwash as needed, or put on a cool gentle cycle in the washing machine.
  • Incredibly versatile, our reusable produce bags have been used for everything from exclusion bags for fruit trees, colanders to wash fresh leafy greens and even fly nets.

Learn More

We use recycled materials where possible and all our products are 100% recyclable at the end of their long lives. Onya bags are designed to last for years (many of our customers have had theirs for 10+ years) and are recyclable anywhere that accepts rPET for recycling. In the case where you cannot find a recycler, Onya will gladly recycle any of their products for you through their partnership with Terracycle. This makes Onya a 100% zero-waste business and provides a closed loop system for all their products.

Onya's commitment to sustainability extends to their packaging which is made from post-consumer recycled material and printed with water based inks so it is suitable for both recycling or composting!

Unfortunately manufacturing Onya products in Australia would mean they would be too expensive for consumers. To make these products to a high standard that are still affordable, Onya's products are responsibly manufactured in China. Onya is an Australian owned company.

Regular price $19.95
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Made from up to 10x recycled plastic drink bottles and designed to replace single-use paper or plastic bread bags, plastic toggles and ties.

  • Pull through inner lining for easy cleaning
  • Double lined to help lock in freshness
  • Freezer proof due to the unique double lining helps prevent freezer burn
  • Fits most sized loaves including “high top” loaves
  • Roll and clip closure acts as a handle when shopping to make your bread bag a breeze to transport and allows you to roll down the closure as the loaf is eaten to ensure maximum freshness
  • Made from BPA Free food safe rPET material (recycled plastic drink bottles)
  • 100% Recyclable & Sustainable
  • Measures 41cm long x 25.5cm wide, 10cm gusset

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Most fresh bread purchased at a bakery or made at home is preservative free meaning that your loaf will likely only last 2-3 days stored on your bench top before going stale.  To preserve your bread for longer it is best to freeze your bread when it is cool but fresh.

Bread stored in one of our bread bags can last up to 3 months in a frost free freezer and will not sustain freezer burn due to the unique double lining and airtight roll and lock closure.

Ideally, fresh bread should never be stored in the fridge as this more moist environment can encourage bacteria to form along the surface of the bread forming mould.

Onya Packaging

Our commitment to sustainability extends to our packaging which is made from post-consumer recycled material and printed with water based inks so it is suitable for both recycling or composting!

Regular price $19.95
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Made from up to 10x recycled plastic drink bottles and designed to replace single-use paper or plastic bread bags, plastic toggles and ties.

  • Pull through inner lining for easy cleaning
  • Double lined to help lock in freshness
  • Freezer proof due to the unique double lining helps prevent freezer burn
  • Fits most sized loaves including “high top” loaves
  • Roll and clip closure acts as a handle when shopping to make your bread bag a breeze to transport and allows you to roll down the closure as the loaf is eaten to ensure maximum freshness
  • Made from BPA Free food safe rPET material (recycled plastic drink bottles)
  • 100% Recyclable & Sustainable
  • Measures 41cm long x 25.5cm wide, 10cm gusset

Learn More

Most fresh bread purchased at a bakery or made at home is preservative free meaning that your loaf will likely only last 2-3 days stored on your bench top before going stale.  To preserve your bread for longer it is best to freeze your bread when it is cool but fresh.

Bread stored in one of our bread bags can last up to 3 months in a frost free freezer and will not sustain freezer burn due to the unique double lining and airtight roll and lock closure.

Ideally, fresh bread should never be stored in the fridge as this more moist environment can encourage bacteria to form along the surface of the bread forming mould.

Onya Packaging

Our commitment to sustainability extends to our packaging which is made from post-consumer recycled material and printed with water based inks so it is suitable for both recycling or composting!

Regular price $19.95
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Email info@ethicsdisrupted.com for wholesale and bulk order rates.

100% Landfill Biodegradable, Light Grey, 12µm, 100 bags per roll, 36w x 42h cm

Suitable for 10 litre kitchen tidy bins. Every bag:

  • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
  • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
  • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
  • Will biodegrade without oxygen
  • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
  • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
  • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
  • Is from an Australian owned company
  • Is made with 50% Recycled Plastic for sustainability

  • The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $5.90
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    Email info@ethicsdisrupted.com for wholesale and bulk order rates.

    100% Landfill Biodegradable, White, 12µm, 50 bags per roll.

    Suitable for standard size kitchen bins. The larger the size, the stronger the bag, so you know it will handle your load. Every bag:

  • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
  • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
  • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
  • Will biodegrade without oxygen
  • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
  • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
  • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
  • Is from an Australian owned company

  • The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $7.50 $6.90 Sale
    Add to Cart

    Email info@ethicsdisrupted.com for wholesale and bulk order rates.

    100% Landfill Biodegradable, White, 20µm, 25 bags per roll.

    Suitable for 75 litre bins. Every bag:

    • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
    • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
    • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
    • Will biodegrade without oxygen
    • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
    • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
    • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
    • Is from an Australian owned company

    The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this.

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $9.90
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    Email info@ethicsdisrupted.com for wholesale and bulk order rates.

    100% Landfill Biodegradable, Green, 30µm, 20 bags per roll.

    Suitable for large bins. The larger the size, the stronger the bag, so you know it will handle your load. Better still, you know every bag:

    • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
    • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
    • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
    • Will biodegrade without oxygen
    • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
    • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
    • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
    • Is from an Australian owned company

    The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Weight: 1080g

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    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $11.50
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    1 each 27l, 75l & 120l 100% Landfill Biodegradable Garbage Bags.

    Suitable for small garbage/kitchen bins, general kitchen garbage bins, and large garbage bins. The larger the size, the stronger the bag so you know it will handle your load.

    Better still, you know every bag:

    • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
    • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
    • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
    • Will biodegrade without oxygen
    • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
    • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
    • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
    • Is from an Australian owned company
    • Is made with 50% Recycled Plastic for sustainability

    The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. Please refer to the number of bags included in your product category to select your usage and re-order intervals for Subscription. 

      • 27 Litre Kitchen Garbage Bags, White Bag, 12 µm, 50 bags per roll
      • 75 Litre Kitchen Garbage Bags, White Bag, 20µm, 20 bags per roll
      • 120 Litre Bags, Green Garbage Bag, 30µm, 20 bags per roll

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    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to an organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $28.30 $27.00 Sale
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    Email info@ethicsdisrupted.com for wholesale and bulk order rates.

  • 330 mm x 600 m (YES, that's 600 meters)
  • 100% Landfill Biodegradable (bio-degradation in landfill by naturally occurring micro organisms)
  • Recyclable. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics
  • Food grade approved
  • BPA free
  • Slider cutting mechanism for easy cut-off

  • The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $28.50
    Add to Cart

    Email info@ethicsdisrupted.com for wholesale and bulk order rates.

  • 450 mm x 600 m (YES, that's 600 meters)
  • 100% Landfill Biodegradable (bio-degradation in landfill by naturally occurring micro organisms)
  • Recyclable. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics
  • Food grade approved
  • BPA free
  • Slider cutting mechanism for easy cut-off

  • The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $33.00
    Add to Cart

    Email info@ethicsdisrupted.com for wholesale and bulk order rates.

  • 450 mm x 600 m (YES, that's 600 meters)
  • 100% Landfill Biodegradable (bio-degradation in landfill by naturally occurring micro organisms)
  • Recyclable. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics
  • Food grade approved
  • BPA free
  • Slider cutting mechanism for easy cut-off

  • The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $6.40
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