New Zealand's Best Food Vacuum Sealer Bags

BPA Free | 130 Microns | Bi -Directional Patterning - Made in Europe
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Buy Direct & Save On Our Heavy Duty 130 Micron FVS – Status Vacuum Bags

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Retail Customers – 50 Pack

European Made, Wash & Re-Use, Heavy Duty 130 Micron FVS – Status Vacuum Bags

 

Dishwasher Safe – Top Shelf
$40 per Pack of 50

Dishwasher Safe – Top Shelf
$45 per Pack of 50

Dishwasher Safe – Top Shelf
$55 per Pack of 50

FVS – Status Food Vacuum Sealer Bags are Made in Europe

Features:

  • BPA-free and are fully tested to meet food safety standards.
  • Safe to place in boiling water.
  • Suitable for boiling in the bag Sous-Vide cooking.
  • Microwave safe for reheating in the pack.
  • Heavy duty – 130 Microns Thick.
  • Patented multi-layered, bi-directional pattern which inhibits moisture and dust flow for a perfect seal every time.
  • Suitable for all domestic vacuum sealers.

Recyclable:

  • Our bags are fully recyclable.
  • Simply turn inside out and hand wash.
  • Or place in the Dishwasher.
  • Not all vacuum sealer bags are the same.
  • Quality bags work better, can be recycled and save you time and money.
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Free Shipping

Free Shipping New Zealand Wide on all orders over $50.
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Heavy Duty

130  Microns thick, both sides double layered.

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For all Domestic & Commercial Sealers

Our vacuum sealer bags work with any domestic or commercial vacuum sealer.

Still Not Convinced? Read What Our Customers Say…

“Started using it the night I got home vacuumed everything in sight. If the family had’ve stood still long enough would have got them too. Absolutely great.”

Robin

“Loving our vacuum sealer purchase, use it every day, great for keeping our nuts and breakfast cereals fresh and safe from those pantry nasties, wish we’d bought one years ago!”

John Budge

“Love mine, it’s the best thing and when you go camping, if you keep the meat cold it lasts for a week in the Esky with ice.”

Chris Kay

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