12lb. White Kraft SOS Bags 7.13 x 4.38 x 13.94" (500/case)

Item #::  FBASSWH12LB

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12lb. White Kraft SOS Bags 7.13 x 4.38 x 13.94"
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    Code:  FBASSWH12LB
    size:  7.13" x 4.38" x 13.94"
    Qty / Case:  500/case
    Color / Style:  White Kraft
    Capacity:  12lb.
    Shipping Weight:  19.00 pounds

    Discounted Price Per Case

    $0.12 each @ 1 case
    $0.11 each @ 2-4 cases
    $0.10 each @ 5+ cases
      This product is Made In America  
    • 35# basis wt, MG finish
    • Durable, square-bottomed bags that stand up on their own
    • Versatile bag design fills niche between shoppers & merch bags
    • Machine Glazed finish is ready for custom printing or stamping

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    Q: Are #12 bags stamped? Are they wrinkled?

    A: The 12# SOS plain white bags do not have any markings. As far as if it's wrinkled, the picture depicts the product perfectly. There are multiple seams in the bag and a natural fold that the base forms when the bags open. If you are looking to print these bags with your home printer, please keep in mind that Mr Take Out Bags do not note anywhere on our website that these or any of our bags are compatible with home or small business personal printing. The type of printing we provide to "customize" our bags is either a hot-stamp process or off-set ink process. ​

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