While there are reusable plastic bags in the market, the health issues caused by reheating or freezing food in plastic remains a problem. Forester reusable food bags are a healthier choice.
They are made of non-toxic, non-reactive, non-allergenic, and tasteless FDA and SGS-approved food grade silicone.
Forester silicone bags do not contain BPA, BSP, BPF, PVC, phthalates, latex, or any poisonous chemicals.
Forester Bags are incredibly versatile and can withstand temperature range: -76°F to 428°F (-60ºC to 220ºC).
Plastic Zip bags on the other hand, handle only: -22°F to 194°F (-30ºC to 90ºC).
You can use your Forester Bags in the microwave, refrigerator, freezer, sous vide, oven, and slow cooker.
MAKE SURE TO REMOVE SEALING BAR BEFORE PUTTING THE BAGS IN THE OVEN
Reusable Freezer Bags
Reheat in Microwave...
or Boiling water
I absolutely love this product - great material. I’m an environmentalist and I don’t like producing trash. These bags are reusable and I love it.
Easy to use and you get a lot for your money. Solid and won’t tear. Easy to wash and seal. Shipping was free
The quality and thickness of the bags feel they will last for a long time. My girlfriend is happy because I will stop using ziplock bags
Love the product! Like that it is reusable and does not LEAK!. Great seal and holds much more than the zip bags. Highly recommend
Love the bags! Also love the little marker that comes with it. All for any products that better the environment :)
Forester 50 oz (6 Cups) Reusable Silicone Bag - 1 Large Size
Forester 30 oz (4 Cups) Reusable Silicone Bag - 2 Medium Size
Forester Starter Pack - 1 Large (6 cups) + 1 Medium (4 Cups) -
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