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The average household uses up to 500 plastic zipper bags a year.
- Fridge & freezer safe to keep food fresher longer
- Extra strong zippers for a leak resistant seal
- Plant-based compostable plastic (PLA & PBAT)
Zipper bags are successful for a reason: they work well, they’re convenient, and when you’re done, you just throw them away. But this convenience takes a toll on the environment because plastic bags never break down. These do, they become earth.
- silicon bags
- compost pail
Makes me feel better
About the number of small “plastic” bags I use. I didn’t even know this existed until a few weeks ago. So cool!
Holds stuff well locks well.. a bit hard to open for me sometimes but it does the job well!
I love these! I use these in my kid's lunchbox for snacks.
Great snack holder
These are great for children's snack foods,herbs,nuts odds and ends too. They have a tight seal and a nice feel to them.
Handy little bags for multiple uses
Bags are great for storing leftovers, snacks, sandwiches, etc. and can be tossed in the compost bin/bag as is. I reuse mine for compostable items when my regular compost pail is full. These are nice “middle ground” between the usual Ziplock sandwich bags (not compostable) and the reusable/washable silicon bags/sleeves. A little pricey but still worth it.
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They are excellent which is why I bought so many to give as gifts. And along with being compostable they don’t “sweat”. Thank you.