comZIP Bags - Short-Dated

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comZIP Size Guide
XS S M L XL
Height (mm) 80 90 190 355 440
Width (mm) 100 150 200 255 305
• 20 Bags per unit.
• Size measures the usable area only, excluding the portion of the bag above the zip.
View Size Guide
comZIP Size Guide
XS S M L XL
Height (mm) 80 90 190 355 440
Width (mm) 100 150 200 255 305
• 20 Bags per unit.
• Size measures the usable area only, excluding the portion of the bag above the zip.
Size (W X H)

Our comZIP bags are past their shelf life but are still suitable for keeping your food or knick-knacks safe.

Note: the zip may be slightly yellow, however, our QA team has tested and reassured us that this doesn't impact its usage.

Please note we will not accept returns or exchanges of this product.

Find out how to compost our products.

Got a question? Check out our FAQS.

THE DETAILS

• Perfect for keeping food* 'just so' in school lunchboxes, stationery, kids' games, puzzles, craft, jewellery, in-store product packaging, seeds‚ the options are endless.

• The zips on these are tight and, although generally fine, may tear away from the rest of the bag if wrenched open with too much force.

*Note - these bags 'breathe', so won't keep dry goods etc from going stale, however, they are great for keeping fruit and veg fresh, great for freezing things in too.

• Made from completely biodegradable and compostable materials; corn starch, PLA (synthesised from corn) and PBAT (Polybutyrate Adipate Terephthalate).

• This combination of materials is non-toxic and contains no Phthalate or Bisphenol A (BPA).

• Certified free of GMO material.

• While these materials are biodegradable and compostable, they are not 100% renewable as the PBAT component is derived from petroleum-based materials. We are limited at the moment by the availability of suitable, sustainable raw materials that deliver the barrier and performance properties we need but are always testing resins made from an even greater amount of plant-based material – exciting times!

• Low energy production process.

• Production uses approx. 30% renewable energy.

• Compostable - at home? Read on ...

• Now, you might think we're making much ado about zip, but that's exactly the point. Put them in your home compost once they can't be reused anymore, and they will biodegrade to ...well, zip, totally non-toxic elements - worm-friendly too. However, the zip component will take longer to compost, so please remove it first (and or cut it up into smaller pieces) if that's going to be an issue.

• CERTIFICATIONS
Commercially Compostable AS 4736
Food Safe to stringent EU Standards

YOU WILL MAKE A POSITIVE IMPACT

We believe in measurable impact, so we track every purchase you make with us and tally up your total impact in your‎ ‎Account dashboard. By purchasing this product, you will make a positive impact in these ways…

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