The bags we've collected so far will probably go to the closest recycling bin but we've both decided it's best for us to avoid bringing it into our homes in the first place. Our goal, reusable bags of all sorts.
Yesterday I spent the evening making 18 reusable produce bags for both of us, they ended up costing about 25 cents each.
Similar bags can be found on Amazon and/or ebay and they seem fairly inexpensive.
I am looking for a different, more eco-friendly, fabric for next time but these bags are weighed with the produce/bulk items so it needs to be a lightweight fabric. One of the larger bags I made from the netting weighs just over a quarter of an ounce, very light indeed. It will most likely be used for celery, kale, leafy greens and they're not usually sold by weight so it shouldn't be a factor in the cost.
Next week I'm hoping to make reusable grocery bags from these cotton fabrics...