BioBag resealable food storage bags (20)

Pack your lunch without plastic and lock it in with the first compostable resealable bag. Completely compostable bags perfect for carrying your sandwich, fruit other food. These bags are made using sustainably sourced plant starch and as such compost in a well-functioning composting environment just like any other plant will. 

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The same trusted biodegradable bags from Biobag now come in resealable sandwich and food storage bags.

you are making a difference:

  • BioBags are made from GMO free starch. 
  • BioBags are produced from biodegradable polymer and other renewable resources. 
  • No polyethylene is used in the production process of BioBags. 

  • Resealable bags for sandwiches, fruit and vegetables.
  • Breathable bags keep food fresh longer.
  • Can be composted together with food waste.
  • BioBag products return to nature which is an important contribution in reducing green house effects.



20 pack

22 cm x 17.8cm 
thickness: 2 mil 

By (Docklands, Australia) on 04 Jan. 2019 (BioBag resealable food storage bags (20)) :

Great product

We use these bags for nearly everything, they are durable and cost-friendly. Highly recommend!

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By (Kurnell, Australia) on 07 Nov. 2018 (BioBag resealable food storage bags (20)) :

If you have to use 'single' use resealable bags then this is the best option!

Can be used a few times if you keep them away from moisture and sticky foods, Best case option if you cannot use paper bags, reusable lunch bags/boxes, and glass/tupperware containers.

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By (Glen Innes, Australia) on 07 Nov. 2018 (BioBag resealable food storage bags (20)) :

Good for meat in the freezer

I use these to portion and store meat in the freezer and they seem to work well short term. The packaging says not to freeze, but so far I haven't had a problem with them. Seal well.

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