Eco bags are becoming increasingly popular among young people in the Philippines, who are embracing the new trend of using reusable products.
The country’s biggest exporter of eco bags is Starbucks, which has launched a range of eco-friendly products for sale in the country.
“I really love it, I really love the convenience,” said Lorna Bautista, 21, a student at the University of the Philippines at Manila.
“It’s not just about buying one product, you can choose a different product for your whole wardrobe.
They have really good product packaging. “
Starbucks is so innovative.
They have really good product packaging.
It’s all about simplicity and it’s about making people feel good about buying a product.”
Ms Bautistes eco bags can be bought at Starbucks outlets and online.
Her favourite is the Eco Bag Divisoria, which is designed with an eco-conscious aesthetic.
“The colours are nice and bright.
“You can make it into a little mini-bag. “
They are very functional and they have a lot of pockets,” she said.
The product is available at a variety of Starbucks stores. “
Also, it’s made out of eco foam and it has a very sturdy design.”
The product is available at a variety of Starbucks stores.
One eco bag can be made out to suit anyone’s needs, like for a backpack, a teddy bear or even a pair of shorts.
“When you buy the Ecobag, you get the eco foam.
You get a bag that has the same colour as the colour of the shirt you’re wearing,” said Ms Brescia.
“That’s really cute.”
The eco bag divi is available for around $35 at Starkeys outlets in the Philippine capital.
Ms Bancal said it’s easy to make a simple eco bag.
“There are so many different options.
You just choose one and that’s it,” she explained.
Eco bags can also be bought online and through Starbucks. “
If you need it, you buy it.”
Eco bags can also be bought online and through Starbucks.
For $15 a month, shoppers can get eco bags for under $100, which are available in eco-tote form.
“Now, you don’t have to buy the bag, you just buy the eco fabric,” said Bancals daughter, Jasmine Bancales.
“So, I don’t feel like I need the bag because it’s all eco foam.”
Ms Kealia Bancalan, 24, said she has a lot to recommend the eco bags.
“We’ve bought many eco bags in the past and I’ve always been so happy with them,” she told News.
“Because I love the colour and design, I’m not going to spend money on something that is just not eco-sustainable.”
Ms Gioioso de Souza, 22, said eco bags are not a new trend, and she thinks it will get better.
“For now, it looks like eco bags will be the way of the future,” she suggested.
“Even if there’s no product coming out in a certain colour, it has to be eco-inspired.”
Ms De Souza added that eco bags should be available for purchase online and on the street.
“People don’t know what they are getting into, and they’re also not aware of what their options are,” she added.
“This is a really big change for the environment, and for people who want to use eco bags.”