Super-Size Jute Shopper By Sweda

22 Dec

This is a guest post by John Simonetta, owner of Proforma Simonetta Freelance, an eco-friendly promotional items consultancy (see John’s blogs are designed to keep us up to date on the “greening” of his industry.

In 2010 Sweda will be increasing the number of eco-friendly promotional items in their standard lineup. One of the standouts is their new Super-Size Jute Shopper, a really big bag at 13-3/4”h x 17-3/4”w x 6” with a large 7”h x 8“w imprint area. This is a size we normally just see in polypro and non-woven bags.

For the Ecopreneurist looking for a natural fiber bag to help promote their business the Sweda Super-Size Jute Shopper is certainly a bag to consider. Take a look at the video for a short overview of the bag. Unfortunately the bags in the video are not imprinted, so you really don’t get the full impact of how pretty these bags can be. Bag colors are Black, Blue, Green, Orange, and Merlot. They EQP at $7.99.

If you are a distributor and want more information on Sweda’s 2010 lineup of eco-friendly items – including the Super-Size Jute Shopper – contact Lakisha Higgins, Sweda Strategic Accounts.

If you would like to purchase these items for your own business please contact your local promotional items provider or email

2 Responses to “Super-Size Jute Shopper By Sweda”

  1. Brandon December 22, 2009 at 11:27 AM #

    Jute is an awesome eco friendly fabric! I also love cotton. The great thing about cotton is that there are a good number of manufacturers found in the USA.

  2. John Simonetta February 9, 2010 at 8:48 PM #

    Correct, and Sweda carries a full line of cotton totes as well. Check out their website at to see cotton promo bag ideas.

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