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  1. The best FoodSaver compatable 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Jul 2020

    I purchased a small quantity of these quart bags as a try-out. These bags work so well with the Foodsaver, that I ended up purchasing a 1000 count case. I’ve checked the bags for leaks and poor seal, but never had a problem. They hold up very well. The customer service at discountmylarbags.com is top notch. When I blow through these thousand, I’ll be knocking back at their door. This is what I purchased-
    (1000) SteelPak FoodSaver Compatible Textured/Embossed 8"x12" 1 Quart Mylar Vacuum Bags (Full Case)
    $249.99


(1000) SteelPak FoodSaver Compatible Textured/Embossed 8"x12" 2 Quart Mylar Vacuum Bags (Full Case)

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$249.99
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1.00 LBS
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Product Description

This is a ShieldPro Exclusive bag!  It is a Patent Pending Food Saver compatible Mylar Bag.

Why should you us it:  Our bag is 4500% more protective vs. oxygen penetration than a Food Saver bag.

Mylar Bags are your first line of defense for long-term food storage.  When combined with oxygen absorbers and a bucket, Mylar creates the best long-term protection system for your food that you can buy.  Our Mylar bags are multi-layered bags of PET (Polyethylene) and metalized aluminum and have excellent oxygen, light and moisture barrier properties.

  • 8"x12" One Quart 4 mil Thick SteelPak Mylar Vacuum Bags
  • Sealable With Hot Iron - Can Reseal After Opening
  • Ideal for Long Term Food Storage
  • Light, Moisture, Oxygen Barrier & Puncture Resistant
  • This Size bag is perfect for meal-sized quantities of rice, beans, or legumes, as well as a great size for spices, sugar and salt. (Up to 2 pounds per bag.)
  • We recommend heat sealing above the Zip Seal for best results.

See our blog at www.adviceandbeans.com for more information.