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Biodegradable Super Wave Carryout Bags - 12 x 13 + 5" (1000/case)
Product Code: BBW12135BIO

EPI Biodegradable 12 x 13 x 5 in. White Plastic Takeout Bags with Wave Handles. Provides an 6 x 6.5 in. Square Flat Bottom for Takeout Containers.

Biodegradable Super Wave Carryout Bags - 12 x 13 + 5"
    Biodegradable
    Recyclable
    Compostable
    Green Product
    Customizable
    Purchase Biodegradable Super Wave Carryout Bags - 12 x 13 + 5"
    • Wholesale Pricing
      Quantity Price
      1 $69.21
      2-4 $66.39
      5+ $63.78
    • For orders of 10 cases or more call us at 888-321-2248 *All Prices in USD ($)

    • Discounted Price Per Case

      $0.07 each @ 1 case
      $0.07 each @ 2-4 cases
      $0.06 each @ 5+ cases
    • Specifications

      Product Code:

      BBW12135BIO

      Unit size:

      12 x 13 + 5 in.

      Qty / Cs.:

      1000/case

      Color/Style:

      White

      MIL - Thickness:

      1.25

      Shipping Weight:

      16.00 pounds
    Description
    • Non-toxic and FDA Approved with food contact compliancy
    • Totally degradable plastic additives - 100% DEGRADABLE
    • EPI = Environmental Products Inc.
    • EPI logo printed on the bottom of each bag
    • Made with EPI's TDPA = Totally Degradable Plastic Additives
    • Eco-Friendly Plastic Bag ideal for takeout, bakeries, coffee shops, and so much more!
    • Easy to load because of the very large top opening
    • Take Out Food gets home securely with a flat bottom bag made from leak resistant degradable and recyclable heavy gauge plastic
    • Dimension: 16 x 16 + 8" (width x height + bottom gusset), Gauge 1.25
    • EPI Plastic Additive technology is added to the conventional resin and creates a product with similar properties in appearance, physical durability, and performance.
    • Competitively priced with regular plastic bags, and the most affordable of any other degradable poly bags.
    • EPI treated plastic will break down when triggered by heat, composting or sunlight and then is naturally absorbed back into the environment. For more information visit www.EPI-GLOBAL.com

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