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(100) Solid Green Mylar Storage Bags Odor, Oxygen, Moisture and Light-proof - You Pick the Size

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Product Description

Mylar® Bags are your first line of defense for short or long-term food storage.  Our Mylar® bags are multi-layered bags of PET (Polyethylene) and aluminum foil and have excellent oxygen, light and moisture barrier properties.

  • (100) Thick Solid Green Zip Seal Mylar® Bag clear front for display purposes.  Available in the following sizes: 3.5"x4.5", 3.5"x5"x2", 4"x6"x2", 5"x8.2"x3"; and 6"x9.5"x3.5"
  • Sealable With Hot Iron - Can Reseal After Opening
  • All of our bags are made from FDA food grade materials and are BPA free
  • We recommend pairing this bag with a 50cc or 100cc oxygen absorber.
  • MULTIPLE USES: Ideal for storing or displaying herbs, dried flowers, coffee, tea, candy, snacks, freeze dried products, powders and more.
  • SHORT OR LONG TERM STORAGE: Secure ziplock top provides convenient short-term storage (with or without oxygen absorber) or top can be heat sealed to protect your products for longer term (we recommend using solid, and not clear front, Mylar® bags for long-term storage).
  • BETTER THAN OUR COMPETITORS: Most competitors' bags are made with only 2.5 - 3.5 mil. of Mylar®. Ours offers 5 mil. of Mylar® protection for less than what the competitors are charging. 
  • THICKER IS BETTER: 5 mil. of Mylar® provides greater puncture resistance and stronger odor, light, and moisture protection for your products that other plastic (or thin competitor mylar) bags are unable to provide.
  • REINFORCED PROTECTION: Sealed sides and the bottom ensure that there is no leakage, while also preserving the scent and taste of your product.

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