Silicone Snack Bags

By stasher

$9.95

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This reusable silicone bag cuts down on waste by replacing throwaway plastic baggies. Each is completely plastic-free, and seals up to keep food fresh. Eco-friendly, too, the bag is lunch box-ready, and can go from the pantry into the freezer, microwave, or dishwasher without worry. Is there anything this mighty bag can’t do? Well, it won’t break down like plastic does—or get tossed away.

  • Materials: 100% pure platinum food-grade silicone
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe
  • Features air-tight pinch-press seal
  • Durable and reusable design
  • Includes one bag
  • Silicone is free of PRC, BPA, phthalates, byproduct, and latex
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 7.5" x 1" x 4"
  • Weight: 0.2 lb.

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After a few uses, it's done and can no longer be used. The amount of grime ive tried scraping out from the closure is really disgusting. At least to use it for food... never again.More > < Less

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It’s time to break up with throwaway baggies.

About stasher

Reusable Baggies

For something so flimsy, disposable plastic baggies can really add up. But these durable, reusable silicone bags do the same job—and more—without any waste.

stasher bags are made entirely of silicone. There’s no plastic in them—as well as no BPA, phthalates, and latex. And, unlike their plastic counterparts, these bags have way more uses. Just make sure to press the seal firmly and squeeze excess air from the bag to help close it up tight.

They can go in the freezer, microwave, and dishwasher. They can even handle boiling water, so you could cook with one, too—sous vide, anyone?

The pure platinum silicone is non-porous, so bacteria can’t grow, keeping food fresher. Besides snack duty, you can use a bag to store household odds and ends, or to keep toiletries mess-free on trips. A clear window lets you peek inside, and you can label each bag with a dry erase marker.

The waste of plastic bags wore Founder Kat Nouri down. She channeled her frustration into creating an eco-friendly alternative—and now those one-use bags are a thing of the past.