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Eco-Friendly Milk Storage Bags

$8.50

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Eco-friendly breast milk storage bags which can bio-degrade.  Large 240ml capacity, with a leakproof double zip lock closure.



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We know pumping is hard work. Store all that milk you’ve worked so hard for in our Oxo-biodegradable Breast Milk Storage Bags that are pre-sterilised, BPA and Phthalate free.

 
 
 

20 bags/box

 

For hygiene reasons, designed for one-time use only. Do not boil or microwave.

Is oxo-biodegradable plastic safe for food contact?

Yes, it is safe. The quality of our bags has been independently tested by a certified laboratory to be safe for long-term contact with any food type under the world’s highest safety standards (EU Regulation 10/2011).

What is oxo-biodegradable plastic and how is it different from ordinary plastic?

In the presence of oxygen, oxo-biodegradable plastic undergoes the natural oxidation process at a much faster rate, to the point it breaks down and is no longer a plastic and can ultimately biodegrade into CO2, water and humus in the natural environment.

It does not leave fragments of petro-polymers in the soil and does not contain heavy metals.

This terminology is often confused with oxo-degradable plastics which do not become biodegradable. They are two different types of plastics. For a more detailed explanation on oxo-biodegradable plastic, visit http://www.biodeg.org.

Yes, it is safe. The quality of our bags has been independently tested by a certified laboratory to be safe for long-term contact with any food type under the world’s highest safety standards (EU Regulation 10/2011).

What is oxo-biodegradable plastic and how is it different from ordinary plastic?

In the presence of oxygen, oxo-biodegradable plastic undergoes the natural oxidation process at a much faster rate, to the point it breaks down and is no longer a plastic and can ultimately biodegrade into CO2, water and humus in the natural environment.

It does not leave fragments of petro-polymers in the soil and does not contain heavy metals.

This terminology is often confused with oxo-degradable plastics which do not become biodegradable. They are two different types of plastics. For a more detailed explanation on oxo-biodegradable plastic, visit http://www.biodeg.org.