This Baguette Bag Is a True Innovation in Bread-Carrying Technology

04/05/2016 at 05:40 PM ET

Baguette Bag
Courtesy Cyan Ukraine/Etsy

You know what they say: Keep your friends close and your snacks closer.

At least, that’s what the masterminds behind the latest food-toting invention seem to think.

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Meet the Baguette Bag, a loaf-of-bread-shaped purse perfect for all your baguette-eating needs. It first rose to fame back in 2013, when carb-loving Ukrainian manufacturers CYAN started a crowd-funding page to bring the bag to life. Almost three years later, it’s still around — and available to order for $55.

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The bag is 100% cotton, including an interior lining, which the company says will strengthen the bread’s shell (better known as its buttery crust) and help protect your loaf from the elements — or a hungry pair of hands.

Best of all, though? It has a strap so you can wear it like a backpack, keeping your hands free to hold the cheese and wine to pair with your baguette.

And you thought it couldn’t get any better than a pizza pouch necklace.

—Diana Pearl

FILED UNDER: Bread , Food , Stuff We Love

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John Reagan on

That sure sounds like something I should rush out and purchase! But, I’m debating whether I should buy it, the “Sliced White Bread Carrier”, or the “Muffin Tote”…. Decisions, decisions, decisions!

johny on

i thank ukrainian idiots for creating another gun transportation plastic bag.
beside that the baguette must be transported wrapped in paper. its how you bring it to your home traditional immortal and most loved french style.

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