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Food Storage Paper & Bags (Bundle)

Fresher, better, longer.

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Stave off the dreaded rotting of your perishables with a food storage bundle from Formaticum, who manufacture paper sheets and bags specifically made to keep your food fresher, longer.

The two-ply cheese paper allows your brie to breathe while maintaining optimal humidity, preventing the cheese from drying out and making the flavor last much longer. The paper has a smooth coating, similar to parchment or wax paper. The cheese bags are lined with the same material and simply fold to close. The food storage bags are made of a special antimicrobial paper that protects against contamination while regulating ethylene gas (the gas that ripens produce) and keeping your food at the proper moisture level. They’re also reusable and 100% recyclable!

  • Made in: France (cheese paper and cheese bags); Italy (food bags)
  • Made of: Cheese paper and cheese bags are made of paper and polyethylene coating, food bags are made of polyethylene, calcium carbonate, and proprietary mineral blend
  • Size: Each set includes: 1 box of cheese paper (15 sheets), 1 pack of cheese bags (15 bags), and 1 pack of food storage bags (10 bags). Cheese paper is 1.75” L x 1.75” W x 12.25” H; Cheese bags are 7” L x 6” W x 1.5”H; Food Bags are 10.75” L x 8”W x 0.15” H

Sourced from: Formaticum

Topics: Thanksgiving

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Care & Notes

Cheese bags and cheese papers are good for a one time use. The food storage bags can be reused.

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