Ziploc Alternatives

With plastic consumption on the rise and the cost of baggies increasing; using Ziploc alternatives can help protect the earth and save you money. It’s a win win! Check out my top 5 Ziploc Alternatives.

1. Cloth Zip Bags

Close zip bags can be a bit pricey starting out but they’ll save you a ton of money in the long run. You can buy them for about 3 dollars a piece on Amazon. You can also make them yourself. There are tutorials on Pinterest.

2. Beeswax

Beeswax is great for cheese, veggies, and sandwiches. You can buy varying sheet sizes on Amazon. This option is not viable for vegans because it is a product of bees but if you are open to this option you can find sustainable sourced beeswax sheets online.

3. Cotton Muslin Bags

Cotton muslin bags are great for a variety of foods and they are relatively cheap and easy to find. They have a ton of options on Amazon and in other large retailers. You can also use them to carry your bulk items at the grocery store.

4. Small Mason jars

Small mason jars are super cheap and you can find them at Walmart. They are great for fruits and veggies.

5. Silicone Food Storage Bags

These are a little harder to find and yes they are made of a type of plastic but these bags actually help keep your food fresher for longer. When reused you not only save on plastic waste but you also save food waste. You can purchase them on Amazon.

 

Disclaimer: Information expressed in this article is solely the opinion of the writer. The writer is not held liable for any damage or health concerns resulting from information or endorsement from this article. If in doubt, always contact a health professional before using a new product on yourself or others.

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