The BIDBI Blog

The BIDBI Blog is curated by the marketing team giving you weekly news, views and updates from inside the BIDBI universe as well as reporting on the wider issues affecting UK business and Eco friendly matters. 

We also welcome blogs from existing customers, so get in touch if you would like to talk about your business and eco bags. 

Our Guide To The 2018 Range - We Recommended How To Utilise All Our Products

  • Richard Robinson
  • 22nd May 2018

Promotional Cotton Tote Bag - The Giveaway King If you've got an event and you've got a budget, the Promotional Cotton Tote Bag is the way to go. This is where our range begins but that doesn't mean the quality takes a hit. Our promotional cotton bag is the giveaway king, large enough... Read More

What's Happening in Sheffield - Summer 2018

  • Richard Robinson
  • 17th May 2018

Sheffield Food Festival Peace Gardens & Pinstone Street / 26th - 28th May Back for it's 8th year, Sheffield Food Festival brings the best of local produce, chefs, street foods and brewers to locations across Sheffield town centre for 3 days of eating and drinking some of the... Read More

National Vegetarian Week

  • 14th May 2018

It's National Vegetarian Week and as more people are going meat free, there's still many who fear not having meat on their plate with every meal. But it doesn't have to be scary, even cutting meat out of a few times a week can have enormous health benefits and help decrease your environmental... Read More

99 Questions For BIDBI, We Answer Your Frequently Asked Cotton Bag Questions

  • Team BIDBI
  • 9th May 2018

Do you have a question for us? We've put together this handy list of 99 questions we've been asked in the past to guide you on your eco bag journey.  Tip: To search for a specific question, just use your browsers search function (Ctrl + F on Windows) or (Cmd + F on Mac) to see... Read More

Introducing Our New Range of Fairtade and Organic Cotton Bags

  • Richard Robinson
  • 3rd May 2018

We're proud of our ethical foundation here at BIDBI, and we are always looking for ways to move forward to not only have the products that our clients want, but to be at the forefront of the ethical bag game. Working closely with our trusted suppliers, we have come up with a range of super... Read More

10 fonts for you to use for your tote bag

  • Arnika Bhupal
  • 2nd May 2018

Choosing a font to use in your tote bag design can be a minefield. With so many out there, we thought we'd give you the run down on the most versitle and creative fonts out there to help you get started, or maybe even inspire your next cotton bag design.  Lobster & Lobster 2 Keep... Read More

From Crop to Shop

  • Richard Robinson
  • 1st May 2018

We stock a few different types of cotton bags here at BIDBI, here's a brief guide on picking the right bag for you. Cotton can be spun into different weaves, we stock 3 different variations of a plain or taffeta weave in various weights. Each weave has its own properties thus making the... Read More

Our Favourites of April 2018

  • Richard Robinson
  • 25th April 2018

It's been another crazy busy month here at BIDBI, so we decided to take a step back from it all to admire some of the beautiful work our creative client base have done recently.  Nike Air Max Canvas Shopper A lovely illustration of some of the iconic Nike Air shoe shapes, digitally... Read More

Digital Printing

  • 24th April 2018

Our bags are made from natural fibres, such as cotton or jute, and can be printed using 3 different print methods, depending on the customer's artwork requirements. In this guide we'll outline how we digitally print your bags, so you have more of an understanding of this method. We... Read More

Farm Shop & Deli Show 2018

  • Arnika Bhupal
  • 24th April 2018

Phew, another Farm Shop & Deli Show over, what a busy one it was! We sent three of our enthusiastic account managers down to the NEC Birmingham to meet our clients, introduce BIDBI to new clients and to see what's new in the world of deli and locally sourced foods. How did you find... Read More