POV: Not only are these Halloween items great looking…

But the brands behind them are also running their businesses in a sustainable way.

We’re addicted to connecting with eco-driven ventures on a holiday. And brands like this really make it easy for us to do.

Here’s what we’re getting this year to use for the long-haul.

Here are 3 Halloween items we recommend as a treat from our “Kitchen & Cooking” and “Bags & Luggage” Discover sections.

In no particular order:


Le Creuset

Halloween recommendations: Le Creuset stoneware mini Halloween dish, set of 4

Sustainable: U.S. facilities are now solar powered, cookware that's so durable it's passed down through generations for long term use

Lecreuset.ca - Kitchen & Cooking brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Lecreuset.ca profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@lecreusetcanada), production location, contact info and more.

Chico Bag

Certification: B-Corporation Certified

Halloween recommendations: Halloween totes

Sustainable: 1% for the Planet member, Climate Neutral, making long-lasting bags and encouraging consumers to stop using single-use bags

Chicobag.com - Bags & Luggage brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Chicobag.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, production location, contact info and more.

Sea Bags

Halloween recommendations: they make trick-or-treat pails from recycled sails in Portland, Maine

Social: Encouraging local traditional artisanship and skills, each Sea Bag is meticulously designed, sewn and finished by skilled Maine craftspeople: world-class sewers, artists, graduates of top-notch design schools

Sustainable: made from repurposed sails

Seabags.com - Bags & Luggage brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Seabags.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@seabagsmaine), production location, contact info and more.

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