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Furo Lunch Bag- Fern green & Gorse Yellow


Sold By: Bric Company


(Bric bag with furoshiki)

A Classic Bric in shape and size, but with accompanying furoshiki: a Japanese cloth wrap tucked neatly into an external pocket. Use the wrap to package up your sandwich, cheese or other dry foods, and place loose snacks and food in the body of the bag. Great for lunch on the go.

Durable cotton canvas and double seams throughout make the Bric reliable and durable. The sturdy webbing straps are adjustable and easily tied to the appropriate size. Simply pop the furoshiki in the washing machine when it needs a clean.

To close your Bric, simply hold the bag flat at the top and roll down (how many rolls depends on how full the Bric is). Once rolled down pull the sides together and tie shut.

All our packaging is bio-degradable and eco-friendly. When you order on-line it comes nicely wrapped up too.


Dimensions: H 28cm W 30cm W @ bottom 18cm D @bottom 8cm

Furoshiki Wrap Dimensions: H52cm W 45cm

About the Maker:

Bric company make reusable canvas Lunch bags and wraps. All our products are hand made in Bristol by it's founder Bianca Ward. Bric Company is a company that encourages sustainable attitudes to buying food and eating it, avoiding single-use products. We value practicality: our durable cotton-canvas pouches pack down to nothing in your bag, freeing you up for life on the move, whether that's as part of a busy working week, a picnic in the park, or a trek into the hills.

Our carefully crafted products are the result of years’ worth of design experience working with textiles and costume.  But just as important as the technical skills gained, have been the many, many meals eaten on the go, whether for work or pleasure.  After carrying round one empty Tupperware container too many, we were determined to find a solution that didn’t involve contributing to landfill or to throwaway attitudes to food and packaging.

And so began a journey of research and development taking in countless prototypes, with influences as diverse as Japanese food culture to cutting edge material engineering. With the support of local businesses and training organisations, and in the company of academics, friends and family, we have worked to produce a design that is both aesthetically pleasing and environmentally sound.