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Natural Brown Kraft Cookie / Chips Tin Tie Bags w. Window and Polypropylene Liner (500/case)
Product Code: TN-5

Great for 1.5 lbs. of coffee, but can also be used for candy, small baked goods, cookies, donuts, or any other food products

Natural Brown Kraft Cookie / Chips Tin Tie Bags w. Window and Polypropylene Liner
    Recyclable
    Customizable
    Made in USA
    Purchase Natural Brown Kraft Cookie / Chips Tin Tie Bags w. Window and Polypropylene Liner
    • Wholesale Pricing
      Quantity Price
      1 $123.75
      2-4 $118.52
      5+ $113.72
    • For orders of 10 cases or more call us at 888-321-2248

    • Discounted Price Per Case

      $0.25 each @ 1 case
      $0.24 each @ 2-4 cases
      $0.23 each @ 5+ cases
    • Specifications

      Product Code:

      TN-5

      Unit size:

      6 x 2.75 x 9.25 in.

      Qty / Cs.:

      500/case

      Color/Style:

      Natural Brown Kraft

      Shipping Weight:

      22.00 pounds
    Description
    • The Tin Tie closure creates a resuable, firm and reliable closing mechanism, great for bags of chips, popcorn, cookies or candy.
    • Includes Polypropylene Liner which has outstanding barrier traits to help keep food fresh.
    • Extra Large 2.75 in. x 3.125 in. clear window for displaying and viewing product
    • Bag can stand on its own for easy filling and more appealing display
    • Extra heavy 50# basis natural brown kraft paper provides a sturdy and quality look / feel
    • The window film is a .75 Mil poly pro liner
    • Made in the USA
    • 500 bags per case


    ***Disclaimer: while the polypropylene liner provides an excellent barrier to prevent grease from soaking through the bag, it is important to note that these bags are not liquid-tight. Oil, butter or grease congregating / puddling in the bottom of the bag has been known to seep under the glued flaps on the bottom of the bag, and wick into the Kraft paper bag substrate. It may be possible to eliminate the wicking by placing a piece of OGR paper (oil and grease resistant paper) using a bakery pick-up at the bottom of the bag.

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