Stasher

Reusable Storage Bags (OLD)

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Stasher

Reusable Storage Bags (OLD)

Sorry, this item is no longer available.
Sorry, this item is no longer available.

Bag those plastic baggies.

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You’ve likely thrown away hundreds of plastic zip top bags in your lifetime. Take a leap forward into a more environmentally-friendly lifestyle with Stasher storage bags: They’re BPA-free, self-sealing and airtight, like your beloved ziptops, but they’re made of an extra-durable silicone for use over and over again. You can wash them in the dishwasher between lunches (the non-porous surface helps inhibit bacterial growth). Use them to cook in the microwave, for sous vide cooking, or as a toiletries bag for an airplane trip. If you love the lunch notes of yore, you can write directly on the bags with dry erase markers. We’re going to write “We love these storage bags!” on ours.

Variety (Set of 2) includes 1 sandwich bag in grey and 1 sandwich bag in clear.
Clear Variety Pack (Set of 3) includes 1 half gallon bag, 1 sandwich bag, and 1 snack bag in clear.
Clear Variety Pack (Set of 6) includes 2 half gallon bags, 2 sandwich bags, and 2 snack bags in clear.
Clear Combo Pack (Set of 4) includes 2 sandwich bags and 2 snack-sized bags in clear.
Family Combo Pack (Set of 8) includes 4 sandwich bags in pink, blue, clear, and orange and 4 snack-sized bags in pink, blue, clear, and orange.
Pattern (Set of 2) includes 1 striped sandwich bag and 1 floral sandwich bag.
Pattern (Set of 4) includes 2 striped sandwich bags and 2 floral sandwich bags.
Half Gallon Pack (Set of 3) includes 3 half gallon bags in clear.

Meet the Maker

Stasher

Emeryville, CA
Stasher is revolutionizing the lunch bag with the first-ever reusable, self-sealing, airtight storage bags. Creator Kat Nouri had her a-ha moment while making a sandwich (funny—that’s when we have our good ideas, too!) and created these silicone wonders that fight against the millions of pounds of plastic that end up in landfills every year.
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