Tulgeen Produce Bags now available at Bermagui Visitor Information Centre

Tulgeen’s fine mesh produce bags are now available at Bermagui Visitor Information Centre. Measuring around 30cm x 35cm each, the bags come as a set of five contained in a calico holder. They are designed to be used when buying loose produce at the grocers but have a myriad of uses including shoe bags, bags for swimwear, use when laundering delicates and helping to organise clothing when packing.

Bermagui Visitor Information Centre (VIC) reports the bags are popular with visitors to town as well as locals. “They love the fact that the bags are made by people with a disability right here in the Bega Valley,” Manager of Bermagui VIC Christine Bimson said today.

Bermagui’s 777 also sells Tulgeen’s produce bags. In fact, Tulgeen’s range of re-purposed and reusable bags is available from 777. These include shopping bags and carry bags re-purposed from hessian coffee sacks and feed bags.

If you are not lucky enough to be able to visit Bermagui to buy your bags, other distributors include; Stitches and Prints in Bega, Coles Bega and Coles Eden, Sprout Eden, Tulgeen’s Riverside Nursery, Bega Butchers Block, Zoe.o in Pambula, Tilba Cheese and Canberra Region Farmers Market.

They are also available via our online store.

These mesh produce bags are made by Tulgeen’s Stitches and Prints. Stitches and Prints provides employment to people with varying levels of ability.

When you buy these bags you are giving people with disability paid, meaningful employment.