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Winter Wheat Design Paper Bread Bags w/ PLA Window - 5.25 x 3.25 x 22" (1000/case)
Product Code: XFSZN522NPX

Very Eco Friendly choice. These bags will add perceived value to your bread. Highly functional uncoated & unlined paper with a plant starch made PLA film window breathes like a screen door so the crust remains crispy even when the bread is inserted while still warm (and no fogging either).

Winter Wheat Design Paper Bread Bags w/ PLA Window - 5.25 x 3.25 x 22"
    Post-Consume
    Biodegradable
    Compostable
    Plant Material
    Green Product
    Customizable
    Made in USA
    Purchase Winter Wheat Design Paper Bread Bags w/ PLA Window - 5.25 x 3.25 x 22"
    • Wholesale Pricing
      Quantity Price
      1 $159.58
      2-4 $150.59
      5+ $144.49
    • For orders of 10 cases or more call us at 888-321-2248

    • Discounted Price Per Case

      $0.16 each @ 1 case
      $0.15 each @ 2-4 cases
      $0.14 each @ 5+ cases
    • Specifications

      Product Code:

      XFSZN522NPX

      Unit size:

      5.25 x 3.25 x 22" (2" PLA Panel)

      Qty / Cs.:

      1000/case

      Color/Style:

      Wheat Print

      Shipping Weight:

      31.00 pounds
    Description
    NOTE: There has been a slight design change for this bag. The burgundy stripes have been removed. See alternate photo.

    This baguette bag has it all:
    • Made with 40% RECYCLED sturdy weight paper (25% post-consumer) and is made bleach free
    • Earthy appearance natural brown kraft FDA approved for direct food contact
    • Crystal clear window panel in front that is certified compostable made from plant starches called EarthFirst Ingeo PLA Film
    • Fully compostable certified ASTM D6400
    • Simple clean looking wheat print design
    • Available in four sizes
    • 1.75" wide clear window panel runs the entire length to show off your product
    • Just the thing for your baguette bread, submarine sandwiches or extra-long bread sticks.

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