FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING ON ORDERS $200+

Poche Large Bag - Aplat
Poche Large Bag - Aplat
Poche Large Bag - Aplat
Poche Large Bag - Aplat
Poche Large Bag - Aplat
Poche Large Bag - Aplat

Poche Large Bag

$58 $84
+

This large preshrunk organic cotton pouch is perfect for storing smaller loaves of bread or use it standing upright to beautifully organize grains and dry goods on the counter and in the pantry. You can also use it to keep herbs and produce fresh in the fridge! Take our cotton food storage bags with you on your next trip to the store for zero waste shopping. Add our new bread cutting boards to cut, serve, and store with your bread, sized to fit perfectly in the Poche bag!

Add gift wrapping and card options here.

Poche Large Bag

  • 9” x 15" with 3” gusset and 15” opening.
  • Braided cotton cord drawstring closure.
  • Tare Weight - 3.7 oz.

Bois Large Bread Board

  • Large Bread Board measures 8" x 10" x 0.75"
  • Upcycled leather loop measures 1.5"

Poche Bag

  • High quality preshrunk 10oz 100% organic cotton canvas produced from environmentally friendly sustainable fibers. 
  • Single-layer heavy organic cotton to keep bread and produce fresh.
  • No hardware, plastic or toxic elastic.
  • Zero-waste design and manufacturing.
  • Made in San Francisco.

Bois Bread Board

  • Hand tooled out of Solid Eastern Hard Maple.
  • Leather loop handle.

Poche Bag

  • If you use the pouch for bread, we recommend you dedicate one bag for bread only. Allow the bread’s loose flour to coat the canvas, building a protective layer. Please be patient, this coating process takes time. Simply shake out the bread crumbs. Securely seal the pouch by pulling the cord.
  • Machine wash cold to help save energy and sustain the life of your cover.
  • If you can, skip the dryer. Lay flat and smooth out wrinkles to dry.

Bois Bread Board

  • Hand wash with lukewarm soapy water, then rinse and air dry by placing the board on its long edge on a dish rack, or pat dry with a towel.
  • To maintain and protect the wood's luster, re-oil as needed by rubbing oil onto the board and leaving it to sit overnight — you can reap a number of benefits and have a cutting board that will last many years.
  • Wood is a natural, porous material that changes through time. To keep the surface clean and bacteria free, a regular oil regimen is recommended. Not only does oil effectively soak into the wood and keep it smooth and supple, it also acts as a mild water-repellant. Plus, having a protective layer also helps prevent any juice or liquid stains from adhering to the cutting board surface. So if you love a fresh beet salad or enjoy sipping a glass of wine while cooking, oiling your cutting board will protect it from accidental stains or spills.

Dimensions

Poche Large Bag

  • 9” x 15" with 3” gusset and 15” opening.
  • Braided cotton cord drawstring closure.
  • Tare Weight - 3.7 oz.

Bois Large Bread Board

  • Large Bread Board measures 8" x 10" x 0.75"
  • Upcycled leather loop measures 1.5"

Materials

Poche Bag

  • High quality preshrunk 10oz 100% organic cotton canvas produced from environmentally friendly sustainable fibers. 
  • Single-layer heavy organic cotton to keep bread and produce fresh.
  • No hardware, plastic or toxic elastic.
  • Zero-waste design and manufacturing.
  • Made in San Francisco.

Bois Bread Board

  • Hand tooled out of Solid Eastern Hard Maple.
  • Leather loop handle.

Care

Poche Bag

  • If you use the pouch for bread, we recommend you dedicate one bag for bread only. Allow the bread’s loose flour to coat the canvas, building a protective layer. Please be patient, this coating process takes time. Simply shake out the bread crumbs. Securely seal the pouch by pulling the cord.
  • Machine wash cold to help save energy and sustain the life of your cover.
  • If you can, skip the dryer. Lay flat and smooth out wrinkles to dry.

Bois Bread Board

  • Hand wash with lukewarm soapy water, then rinse and air dry by placing the board on its long edge on a dish rack, or pat dry with a towel.
  • To maintain and protect the wood's luster, re-oil as needed by rubbing oil onto the board and leaving it to sit overnight — you can reap a number of benefits and have a cutting board that will last many years.
  • Wood is a natural, porous material that changes through time. To keep the surface clean and bacteria free, a regular oil regimen is recommended. Not only does oil effectively soak into the wood and keep it smooth and supple, it also acts as a mild water-repellant. Plus, having a protective layer also helps prevent any juice or liquid stains from adhering to the cutting board surface. So if you love a fresh beet salad or enjoy sipping a glass of wine while cooking, oiling your cutting board will protect it from accidental stains or spills.