Standard Pack Units: 100
Dimensions: 5.75 W x 7.75 H
Compostable cellophane bags are a great eco-friendly alternative to petroleum-based plastics. The most sustainable packaging the planet has to offer! Perfect for packaging dry food products (such as tea, grains, and spices), as well as apparel and other non-food items.
- 1.2mil Thickness
- Heat Sealable. Moisture and oil resistant
- Freezer Safe (to -10F)
- Meets FDA requirements for direct food contact
- Industrial and Home Compostable Film
- Made from Sustainable Wood Cellulose (>90%)
- Made in USA
These films meet composting standards for both industrial and home composting environments
Standards and Certifications:
ASTM D6400, BPI, EN13432, EN14995, TUV OK Compost Home, N FT 51-800, AS4736, AS5810, ISO17088, ISO15985
Also suitable for anaerobic digestion (ISO 15985).
Screened for biodegradation and disintegration in seawater (ASTM D 7801-05 and ASTM D 6691-09).
Please compost, where accepted. Safe for Home Composting. Results in home compost systems may vary.
Learn about PURE Labels' Composting Standards
The compostable films used to produce these cello bags are made from FSC-certified wood cellulose fibers, sourced using sustainable forestry principles.
These compostable cellophane bags are vegan and non-GMO. They do not contain harmful chemicals such as bisphenol (including BPA and over a dozen other derivatives), fluorinated chemicals like PFAS, or phthalates.
Seam on back of bag.
Not tested for weight capacity.
Due to the thickness of the material these bags are not suitable for vacuum sealing, and may not provide an air-tight seal when heat-sealed. For vacuum sealing or an air-tight seal please see our compostable stand-up pouches.
Not intended for constant or regular contact with liquids, creams, or moisture.
We recommend testing in the type of environment and with expected use from start to finish to be certain the material meets all requirements and expectations before purchase.
Available in Custom Printing and Dimensions (Minimum 10,000) Upon Request