The best ... reusable shopping bags

From Whole Foods, Wal-Mart, L.L. Bean, Map Tote, and, from Cambodia, salvaged rice and feed sacks

Whole Foods A Better Bag

Designed by Sheryl Crow, this tote haslong handles and a “roomy 0.9-cubic-foot capacity.”

Price: 99 cents

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Contact: Wholefoods.com

Source: Shop Smart

Map Tote

This “handy carryall” has been illustrated with whimsical,hand-drawn maps of places across the globe, from Tokyo to the Berkshires.

Price: $15

Contact: Maptote.com

Source: Self

Wal-Mart ‘Paper or Plastic?’ Bag

This cloth tote is made from 85 percent recycled material, and Wal-Mart will also “take your old worn-out bag back for recycling.”

Price: $1

Contact: Walmart.com

Source: Shop Smart

Boat and Tote

L.L. Bean’s water-resistant cotton canvas tote has been around for 65 years. Originally designed to lug ice, it can also “haul your essentials.”

Price: Starting at $17.95

Contact: Llbean.com

Source: Travel + Leisure

Recycled Market Bag

Salvaged rice and feed sacks from Cambodia have been transformed into these “technicolor” totes.

Price: $28

Contact: Uncommongoods.com

Source: Food & Wine

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