lot8 started with a bread bag and kept going!

It's Simple to Use

Cut your slices from the centre of the loaf. Put the two halves together and pop them into the bread bag. Pull the drawstring. Your bread will stay fresh for up to 5 days.

  • Reduce Single-Use Plastic

    You know all about plastic and microplastics. Ditch the cling film for a bowl cover. Forgo the ziploc bag for a bread bag. And learn more about simple sustainable swaps in my monthly blog!

    Save a Loaf 
  • Keep Textiles from the Landfill

    Even natural compostable fabric like linen and cotton doesn't belong in the landfill where they don't get enough oxygen to decompose. Instead, I use remnants to create smaller products such as the Bunting Garland (see the link below). The really tiny scraps are used as filling for natural cat toys or are donated to other makers. In addition, I love working with second chance fabric (a.k.a. deadstock...think fabric samples from interior designers and perfectly good fabric left over from an upholstery job of office chairs). Why waste a good thing?

    Bunting Garland 
  • lot8 Gives Back

    With every purchase, a portion of sales is donated to The United Way Perth Huron

    Learn more here:

    The United Way Perth Huron