Our plastic zip bags are perfect for packaging a variety of items. Whether you are packaging food, jewelry, or small parts, these bags will keep your things securely locked away. The transparent plastic material makes it easy to see what is inside, and the zip lock closure keeps everything securely in place. In addition, these bags are durable and easy to use, making them an excellent choice for all your packaging needs.
- They are made from a tough, 3 mil plastic impermeable to both moisture and oxygen. As a result, these resealable bags are an effective way to keep food fresh for longer periods. They’re also great for storing leftovers, preventing freezer burns, and protecting delicate items from damage. In addition, these bags are suitable for storing dry goods such as cereal, rice, pasta, nuts, and bolts.
- These resealable bags have two zippers that interlock when closed, creating an airtight seal to keep food fresh and prevent leaks. When opened, the zippers separate and allow air to enter the bag without worrying about leaks.
- These are plastic bags that have a zip closure. They are excellent for freezing food, baked goods, cooked food, leftovers and more. These bags are made of high-density polyethylene (HDPE), a type of plastic that is durable and flexible. HDPE is also food-safe, so you can be confident that your food will not come into contact with harmful chemicals. They Are also moisture-resistant, so they will not absorb moisture from the food or allow moisture to escape. This makes them ideal for freezing food, as they will prevent freezer burn.
Sizes 10.5" x 11.5", 13" x 16"
Unit 25, 100, Carton
Zip lock bags are airtight, resealable plastic bags. They are most commonly used to store food keeping it clean and free of damage. There are numerous advantages to using zip-lock bags, including the following:
Keep Food Fresher for a Longer Time
Food is less likely to spoil or go bad when stored in a zip-lock bag. This is because the bag prevents oxygen from contacting the food. It is also excellent for freezing baked goods, cooked food, leftovers and more.
Ziplock bags are among the most dependable plastic bags. They have a secure locking top, which can help ensure that the product inside is clean and free of damage. In addition, they can keep contaminants like moisture, dust, and dirt out. These are used in many businesses and industries at home and in various industries.
These bags are made of high-density polyethylene (HDPE), a strong and flexible plastic. HDPE is also food-safe, so you can rest assured that your food will not be contaminated with harmful chemicals.
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Ziplock Bags must meet CSA and FDA food packaging specifications. The lip or zipper on these bags is always found on the width dimension. It can be opened and closed countless times. This is why these bags are so popular: they can keep a product fresh. The Ziplock bag is the most popular type of plastic bag due to its convenience. The majority of business owners rely on this adaptable, affordable option for packaging, protection, and organization.
At Patek Packaging, our plastic zip bags are ideal for packaging a wide range of items. These bags keep your things securely locked away, whether you are packaging food, jewelry, or small parts. The clear plastic allows you to see what's inside, and the zip lock closure keeps everything safe and secure. In addition, these bags are durable and simple, making them an excellent option for all your packaging needs.
Can You Travel with a Ziplock Bag?
Everyone knows that these bags are essential for getting through airport security. Simply pack your toiletries in 1-ounce bottles in a 1-quart bag, and you're ready to go.
Ziploc Bags Are Made of What Kind of Plastic?
They are made from polyethylene plastic, which is melted at high temperatures. After completely melting, this material is put into a very thin mold, which shapes it into a bag. A plastic zipper is included with this bag.
Can You Store Cookies in Ziploc Bags?
To keep chewy cookies from becoming dry and brittle, store them at room temperature in a zipper-lock bag with a small piece of bread (no more than half a slice) inside