Organic - Anybody have a source for buying the Eco-Tite Shrink Bag?

Discussion in 'Meat Birds ETC' started by weaveagarden, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. weaveagarden

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    I just recently found out about this product and have been trying to find a source online to buy them. So far no luck. Can anybody point me in the right direction and save me some time please? Thanks much! [​IMG]
     
  2. jaku

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    I'd love more info on it- Cornerstone is the only place I've found shrink bags, so I'd like another source. What are these?
     
  3. Crusty McPottydoodle

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  4. jaku

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    Are these suction- shrink or heat- shrink?
     
  5. zephyrcreek

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    I'd like to know about these too.
     
  6. jaku

    jaku Songster

    Anyone know if Cornerstone is still sold out of their big bags?
     
  7. weaveagarden

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    They are heat shrink.

    From their site:

    "Totally PVdC-free, Eco-Tite[​IMG] high-barrier shrink bags use 36% less packaging material than conventional shrink bags, while requiring less space and cost to transport. Yet they deliver equal, even superior, shrink, sealability, barrier and abrasion resistance. And, with a wide sealing window and superior sealing properties, Eco-Tite bags meet sustainability goals without sacrificing line performance."

    I want something that will still keep the chicken tasting great after freezing. I have done meat with butcher paper, and it only lasts so long. These seem like a reasonable alternative.
     
  8. daryl

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    Intresting link to the bags I'm going to check ot out ..Thanks
     
  9. Burbs

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    Quote:They are in stock, but they changed their sizes.
     

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