Rice Love Bags

I have been searching of a cute bag to carry on day trips or beach trips. I like the Bohemian look sometimes especially in the summer. There is Just something about the mix of colors and fun natural feel this style has to offer, so when I came across RiceLoveBags I immediately fell in love with the look of these back packs.


I’m a little skeptical about things I find online or social media. When I see something I like, I will dig into it to make sure it’s legit. I want to know where my money is going and what companies I shop from support. RiceLoveBags caught my attention first with the look of the bags and then their cause.


For every bag purchased through RiceLoveBags, a family is fed. How cool is that? 
In India, 37% are below the poverty line and living on just 1.25 a day.  For a low income family, rice is the primary source of calories. 
These bags are made in India by using real recycled rice bags. Every bag they make, 1 kilo of rice goes toward a family. Once they have 20 bags, 20 kilos are then given to a hungry family. 


Once the bags are made, they are shipped to a warehouse in United States. So by the time you get your bag, a family has been fed. Each bag is one of a kind and has a tag attached with a special code to go online and look up the family you fed. You can read their story along with a photo. Though RiceLoveBags focuses on feeding families, they also feed older women, widows, and single mothers. 


When I received my backpack bag, I was amazed at how well it was made and how big it actually was. It was soft, the colors were vibrant and it was lined with a soft cotton fabric. I also worried my bag would have a burlap smell, but it didn’t. I love my bag and it makes me feel good that I was able to put food on the table of a hungary family. Every time I use my bag it remindes me how fortunate I am to be able to purchase this bag while others feel fortunate to just be be fed. 




“Buy a bag. Feed a family”
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10 comments

  1. I'm like that too, I'll do research when I buy products online. It's always good to know that information. I love this! The selling of these bags will feed so many families! Thanks for sharing Lisa, and have a wonderful weekend!

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  2. I must say this is a very good post. Interesting and a very good idea. Thanks for the education. Good photos also. Sherry just read the temp up there as 32. She did a Brrrrr. Cold and she, don't agree!
    Sherry & jack

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  3. So cool and what a fantastic cause!

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  4. Nice bags and great that a purchase helps people too.

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  5. Great bag and great cause, you cannot beat that :) I am a huge fan of the Bohemian look too . . . must be the gypsy in our souls :)
    Happy Thanksgiving.
    Connie :)

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  6. OMGOSH- I just LOVE this idea, Lisa. It's perfect and I like buying when I know there is something given back in return. Thanks for the info. xo Diana

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