Bags / Pouches & Planters


Bags are designed to carry everything from school books to mountaineering gear, or they may simply be a stylish fashion accessory carrying little more than the weight of a lipstick. They are nearly all made from fabric of some form or another, but what governs our choice of material?


  • Cloth bags are made from 100% cotton, antibacterial and recyclable materials according to the raw materials used.
  • Textile dye and water based paints which are not harmful to health are used in the prints of cloth bags with a nature friendly label on.
  • A cloth bag according to the size and material quality, can carry up to 10-15 kg.
  • You can demand custom prints with desired colors and patterns on the cloth bags.
  • If you wish to use in your campaigns, fairs, events and social responsibility projects, you can design your custom printed cloth bags.
  • Unlike plastic bags or paper bags, your ads will be more consistent on a cloth bag and promote you for a much longer period thanks to their being re-usable and durable.


If you wish to own a cloth bag, write to us and will be happy to assist you, Maple BC can help any company & responsible towards environment & to make sure their end consumer not only responsible but  happy too.



“Babies are exposed to high levels of plastics, something needs to be done,” says study author Kurunthachalam Kannan, a professor of environmental medicine and pediatrics at the New York University School of Medicine. “Early life stages are very vulnerable. ”Microplastics revealed in the placentas of unborn babies


Within the fecal matter, researchers were looking for traces of two commonly found plastics: polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and polycarbonate. To ensure that the plastic found in infant poop was not from their diaper, researchers ruled out traces of polypropylene, a polymer commonly found in diapers, per Wired. Within all collected samples of poop, researchers found at least one type of plastic. Traces of plastic were also found in the newborn’s first bowel movement, suggesting that the plastic was already in their systems.


Microplastic particles have been revealed in the placentas of unborn babies for the first time, which the researchers said was “a matter of great concern”.

The health impact of microplastics in the body is as yet unknown. But the scientists said they could carry chemicals that could cause long-term damage or upset the foetus’s developing immune system. The particles are likely to have been consumed or breathed in by the mothers.


The particles were found in the placentas from four healthy women who had normal pregnancies and births. Microplastics were detected on both the foetal and maternal sides of the placenta and in the membrane within which the foetus develops.