“ONYA” 品牌來自澳洲 自2004年主力推廣可循環再用的承載用品
recycled plastic drink bottles (rPET)
Reduce disposable plastic waste
Reusable Bulk Food Bag
What makes our Reusable Bulk Food Bag Set so good?
Made from BPA Free food safe 100% recycled plastic drink bottles
100% Recyclable & Sustainable
Clear window made of non-toxic, BPA & chlorine free PEVA allows you to see what is inside and to write product name/codes. We recommend a coloured wax pencil or whiteboard marker only as permanent marker can be very difficult to remove
Tare weight included on bag in grams and ounces
Use bags as light weight top up solution for existing jars at home
Small Bag Dimensions: 27cm long x 11cm wide with 6.5cm gusset
Medium Bag Dimensions: 35cm long x 15cm wide with 8.5cm gusset
Please note: The goal for the reusable bulk bags is to be able help people easily and conveniently transport their bulk food purchases home. The bags have been designed as a lightweight top up tool to replace the need for carrying jars and canisters when doing your shopping, and when you bring them home you should empty the contents into your storage jars and containers.
Although made from recycled plastic drink bottles and technically plastic, the rPET material that makes our bags is woven in nature not solid state plastic like a single use plastic bag which is non-permeable for air and water.
Because of the woven nature of the fabric, a solid state plastic bag will definitely prevent air from reaching the bulk food products better than our bulk bags will when storing your bulk food products. Things like pasta hold well in them, but things that rely on freshness are better stored in an airtight container.
The bulk bags are definitely at their best when used to carry home your bulk food dry goods and transfer the contents into your bulk food storage jars and containers to ensure freshness.
A note on our packaging: Our commitment to sustainability extends to our packaging which is made from post-consumer recycled material and printed with water based inks so it is suitable for both recycling and composting.
Info source: onyalife.com.au