What makes us different?
We’ve been producing cotton and canvas bags for over 10 years now, and we are widely recognised as industry experts. Our dedicated sales team not only offer a friendly and supportive service, they will listen to all of your needs and focus on meeting each of your requirements.
We’ve worked with clients of all sizes. Everyone wants something different; a book bag, a wine carrier, or a super-strong shopper. However big your budget, and however different your design, our team can make it happen.
It’s important for us to know where our bags come from, and who makes them. CottonBag’s directors make regular trips to India to monitor quality standards and spend time with our teams overseas. All of our bags are made in ETI certified factories using 100% naturally sourced fibres. Our factories are also SEDEX registered and we endeavour to continuously share and develop new methods of working practices to improve our ethical performance.
Our naturally dyed bags can be produced with your logo and your choice of colour, handles and size. Call our team today if you would like some help with the design of your bag or artwork.
At CottonBag we appreciate that some projects have time sensitive deadlines. We hold stock of over 80 styles of bag in the UK, allowing us to delivery on quick turnaround projects. Can’t find the bag you are looking for as stock? don’t worry, we may be able to help you with our bespoke service, get in touch with our sales team today!
Why Choose CottonBag?CottonBag has been created by JuteBag.co.uk to help offer a wider range of cotton and canvas products to our customers. Through building relationships with suppliers and customers we’ve earned a reputation of reliability and trustworthiness.
Whether you’re a multinational retailer, or a village off-licence, everyone can benefit from our highly competitive prices and bespoke service.
Our Ethical PoliciesWe adhere to a strict fair trading policy, and expect all of our suppliers to support and uphold these beliefs.
CottonBag recognises its responsibilities to workers for the conditions under which its products or services are made and that these responsibilities extend to all workers producing products or services for us.
A Moment of RevelationThe plastic bag problem isn’t limited to the streets of Britain, but many of us are unaware of how widespread it is.
In 2003 one of CottonBag’s directors visited the Masai Mara. Out on a safari drive the group’s tour guide explained how plastic bag litter was affecting wildlife on these Kenyan plains, and he came home determined to take action. His idea became CottonBag, which was established in 2004.