These big storage bags are very similar to the large ziplock bags you can buy from the supermarket, but these are way thicker and more durable. These bags will definitely not tear.
They also have a double zip-lock closure to ensure that they are leak free, which is especially important for storing food.
You can store loaves of bread or half eaten packets of crackers. Use them to fill up at the bulk bin store as an alternative to single use bags. You can store dried goods in the pantry or leftovers in the fridge or freezer.
Take them to the deli or butcher and have them fill them with your choices of meats, cheeses or salads. (Kai Carrier bags are made from a food grade plastic so can be heated to 90 degrees Celsius – so you can completely sterilise them after use).
These bags can be used to store wet togs, caps and goggles – perfect for the kids school bags. Or even soiled/wet clothes from kindy/daycare. Kai Carrier bags fully seal so say goodbye to a stinky bag.
Large storage bags can also be used to keep game and puzzle pieces organised. Or even keep your keys and phone dry whilst at the beach or on the boat.
And every time you use it you are preventing a single use bag from ending up in landfill! Yippee!
Kai Carrier is a multi-award winning brand as voted by the public. Kai Carrier has received awards from ‘Oh Baby’, ‘NZI Sustainable Business Network’, ‘The David Awards’, ‘Munch Food Awards’ and ‘Baby View Awards’.
It is run by a Kiwi family from Hamilton who have a passion for providing their children with wholesome foods without the plastic waste. This passion has continued through their business giving other Kiwi parents the real option of healthy homemade nutritious foods that can be contained and transported in environmentally responsible food pouches.
To clean, simply open the zip lock and thoroughly rinse. Then pop it into the dishwasher or hand-wash with some warm soapy water. Always ensure that the storage bags are completely dry before putting them away.
When warming food in the microwave, always ensure that the ziplock is open.
Always check the temperature of heated food before consuming.