Demain Demain

Pride in doing things differently

Many of us are trying to improve our environment. Some do it by swapping the car for the bike, others by reducing their energy consumption. We do our part by creating products that promote sustainable and local development.

Since 2018, we have put these values into practice thanks to our unique offer: a range of reusable and zero waste bags and placemats, distributed in more than a hundred points of sale in Quebec, notably at Simons, Ricardo and Maillon vert.

Products from here, by people from here

We launched Demain Demain with a clear objective: to encourage responsible consumption with ethical and reusable products. Our bags and placemats are entirely made in Quebec, in our Saint-Eustache workshop, using an exclusive textile made from recycled water bottles (RecyPUL™). 

 But in addition to local and environmental, we also wanted to create something beautiful and practical. It is for this reason that we have multi-use products developed, embellished with magnificent prints thanks to pour local artists’ great talent.

Values that change everything, down to the smallest detail.

With us, each bag, each placemat, is designed with the same three fundamental values that have animated us since our beginnings: equity, equality and environmental integrity.

All of our collaborators, from the artist to the seamstress, thrive on the desire for a job well done! Each cut, each seam or each zipper is made and assembled in Quebec with the greatest care. We design unique products that will be with you for years. In addition, our materials are of food grade and are designed without BPA, lead or PVC... Zero harmful products (promise!).

Our commitment is also concrete actions

In addition to its production of zero waste products, Demain Demain also tries to do its part through its social commitment.

Whether by donating bags to lunchbox organizations or to health-related groups, by planting trees to offset greenhouse gases or by collaborating with local professional training centers, we want to participate today to improve tomorrow’s society.