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Reusable Silicone Bags 3 Litre

Reusable Silicone Bags 3 Litre

Regular price $21.50 NZD
Regular price Sale price $21.50 NZD
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If you're using disposable plastic zip lock bags or other single-use plastic bags to store product in the fridge or freezer, then join us on the change to a much better option. 

  • Single bag- $21.50
  • Bundle & Save - 3 Bags $54.95
  • Bundle & Save - 6 Bags $102.95

Our collection of stylish reusable bags keeps your fruit & vegies fresh for weeks, they are also great for storing snacks, leftovers, meat, soups and casseroles. Best of all they are leak proof and will extend the life of your produce.  Simple to clean, easy to store and no waste. 

This 3 Litre bag is pictured with a whole celery in it cut to fit.  It is ideal for storing large vegetables like spinach, silverbeet, bok choy, whole broccoli & cauliflower + bulker fruit such as watermelon slices or for freezing large portions of meat. 

Choose our bundle deals to truly setup your kitchen and save you money.

  • 3000ml (31.5cmW x 27cmH) - 3Litre size
  • BPA-free, non-toxic certified food grade silicone
  • Leak-proof and airtight with sliders that pull across to seal contents
  • Gusset so the bag can sit upright
  • Liquid measurement guide on bag
  • Use in the Fridge, Freezer and suitable for heating in the microwave (remove glide bar before placing in microwave)
  • Heat resistant - 50C ~ 250C +
  • Extend the life of your produce and keeps food fresher for longer
  • Pop in the dishwasher for easy cleaning or wash by hand and hang to dry
  • Reusable over and over again, saving yourself money and reducing landfill waste
  • Stores flat when not in use for a tidy kitchen cupboard
  • Care Instruction Card included

 GoodLife Silicone Bags come in four handy sizes – Snack 500ml / Small 1 Litre  / Large 1.5 Litre / Extra Large 3 Litre 

NOTE: the zip lock bars on the bags are firm to pull so that the bags do not leak and freshness is locked in. Don't be afraid to use a firm hand.  Tip:  if you find the bar a little too hard for your liking then simply dip a cotton bud end in some cooking oil and run it along the groove where the bar slides.

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