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Plastic bags are essentials to nearly every foodservice business, including grocery stores, take-out restaurants, and more. With options for storage, transportation, and packaging, you can be sure to find a plastic bag that works for your business's needs. Durable, convenient, and affordable, plastic bags are simply some of the best solutions to safely packaging your products for merchandising and sale. Buying plastic bags wholesale will ensure great pricing and help keep your establishment well stocked. Choose whatever bag best fits your needs with materials like polypropylene and polyethylene bags at wholesale prices!




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In addition to conventional plastic bags, we also carry eco-friendly options that help reduce your company's carbon footprint. In addition, you can find convenient accessories like twist ties for use with produce and bread bags. Plus, we have clear plastic bags that you can use for hot dogs, subs, hoagies, and more for customers on the go at your concession stand or snack bar.


Store Supply Warehouse stocks a wide selection of retail plastic shopping bags. From the popular t-shirt bags to high-density and low-density merchandise bags, Thank You bags and drawstring tape shoe bags, we're confident we have the right bags for your store. Store Supply Warehouse also carries specialty plastic bags like opaque frosty bags with handles, garment bags, resealable plastic bags, and shirt bags.


Shopping bags are typically larger, sturdier, and more durable than retail merchandise bags. They are designed to carry multiple items and can often hold a lot of weight. Shopping bags can be made from a variety of materials, including paper, plastic, or cloth. They may have handles for easy carrying, and some may have reinforced bottoms to provide extra support. Shopping bags are often branded with the name and logo of the store and may be reused by customers for future shopping trips.


Retail merchandise bags, on the other hand, are smaller and thinner than shopping bags. They are designed to carry a single item or a few small items and are often made from lightweight paper or plastic. Merchandise bags may have handles, but they are not typically as sturdy as the handles on shopping bags. Merchandise bags are often plain or have a simple design and are not typically branded with the name or logo of the store.


Overall, while shopping and retail merchandise bags are used to carry purchased items, they have different sizes, constructions, and intended uses. Shopping bags are larger, sturdier, and more durable, while retail merchandise bags are smaller and thinner and are typically used for smaller or more delicate items.


Our reusable shopping bags in bulk are environmentally-friendly, built to last, and great for any home or charity organization. With many cities banning single-use plastic bags due to crowding landfills and endangering wildlife, reusable shopping bags in bulk are a necessary and great alternative that lasts for years.


Plastic retail bags can be used to package and transport anything your store sells, from food to clothing to groceries, and more. We offer plastic bags for all your retail needs, including die cut handle bags, restaurant take out bags, drawstring bags, plastic shopping and t-shirt bags, trifold handle bags, vinyl bags, and more.


Four Star Plastics is a leading distributor of plastic/poly bags and packaging materials for any application. Our selection of plastic retail bags includes a wide range of sizes and styles to suit all types of merchandise. Click into any of the categories below to browse availability and add to your cart. Request a quote to order plastic retail bags in bulk or contact us for more information.


Plastic bags are an extreme blend of utility and affordability. Incredibly strong in proportion to their weight, easy to store and inexpensive; despite increasing regulation, plastic bags continue to be one of the most popular types of packaging in the US.


American Retail Supply curates a large selection of plastic bags designed to accommodate the myriad requirements of the retail industry. Bags are generally divided between High and Low-density. This designation refers to the chemical makeup of the plastic not the thickness of the bag. Hi density bags are typical of a grocery store, these semi-transparent bags are very economical and easy to store. Lo-density bags are more durable, they are not generally transparent and are employed by retailers with heavier products or who want a more robust feel to their bags. Your city or state may have regulations that limit the thickness or type of bag that can be used commercially, make sure to verify that your order is compliant.


Available in both Hi and Lo density plastic, plastic merch bags are a perfect solution for retailers selling small merchandise. This style of bag is popular with gift stores and pharmacies. We offer several different handle shapes and thicknesses.


Plastic shopping bags are a reusable alternative to tcommon plastic bags. These bags are thick and have a distinct tactile quality that makes them stand out from other packaging. Luxury stores, especially high-end apparel businesses, tend to like these bags. Oftentimes they customize them with a logo or graphic.


Wave shopping bags have a distinctive bell-curve top and circle cut handle. These customizable bags are a great way to differentiate yourself from the competition. We carry 2 sizes and several colors all of which are available in bulk.


Some stores have temporarily halted collection of plastic bags and wraps. And some of you are not able to venture out. If either is the case, please collect your bags/wraps at home until events change. Bags/wraps can be compressed and stored inside another plastic bag.


Plastic film, which includes many types of bags and wrap, is everywhere in our lives. In part because of their convenience and abundance, though, plastic bags and wrap are often used in excess, wasted, buried in landfills or littered in our streets, natural areas and surface waters.


There are easy and cost-effective ways to reduce waste and recapture the benefits of plastic bags and wrap after their initial use. Individuals and businesses can reduce excessive use of bags and wrap, reuse them or recycle them. Industrial shrink wrap used in the packaging can be recycled and is in high demand by manufacturers as a raw material. Individuals, schools, non-profits, workplaces and communities can collect plastic bags and wrap for recycling or promote local recycling programs. One opportunity for involvement is through WRAP, the Wrap Recycling Action Project.


Many grocery stores offer durable, washable bags to customers at an affordable price. Using these bags on a regular basis can create less waste than paper or plastic, and washing them regularly removes dirt and germs.


BagandFilmRecycling.org [exit DNR] has more information on which types of plastic bags and wrap can be recycled and which cannot. Non-recyclable plastic wraps include any wrap or bag that contained frozen food, pre-washed salad mix bags and bags labeled as degradable. Any plastic wrap, bag or film that is dirty or wet should also not be recycled.


Although some community recycling programs accept plastic bags and wrap in the curbside collection, the industry strongly encourages consumers to use drop-off locations instead. Plastic wrap, bags and film clog curbside recycling machinery and are difficult to separate from other materials. For now, the best option is to take clean, empty bags and wrap to a retailer or other drop-off site that offers a plastic film recycling bin.


Recycling clean, dry plastic shopping bags, newspaper bags, wrap packaging and other plastic bags and wrap ensures that we continue to make full use of materials while conserving energy and keeping bags and wrap out of our landfills, streets and natural environment.


At the same time, plastic bags and wrap have a number of environmental impacts throughout their life cycle. These include greenhouse gas emissions and pollution from the process of extracting and refining petroleum or natural gas, the original feedstock for making new plastic. They also include impacts from improper disposal, as bags and wrap can clog gutters and sewer grates, endanger animals that mistake the plastics for food, and accumulate in trees, fences and other places where they become an eyesore. Plastics can take hundreds of years to degrade and can also interfere with proper moisture distribution and drainage in landfills.


Reducing, reusing and recycling plastic bags, film and wrap helps to lessen these negative environmental impacts while promoting the continued use of the plastics we have already produced in ways that benefit the community and spur economic activity. While some cities have imposed bans or taxes on bags, reusing and recycling bags and wrap recovers these resources and contributes to a supply of plastic wrap for use by industry.


While only about 12 percent of plastic bags and other film are currently recycled in the United States, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the demand for clean scrap film is quickly growing. Plastics are long-lived and, even after initial use, can serve as feedstock in a swiftly expanding manufacturing industry.


Products made from recycled grocery bags and other plastic films include new bags, composite lumber and playground equipment. Recycling plastic bags and wrap prevents the waste of resources, reduces the amount of material being buried in landfills, helps prevent litter and contributes to new jobs in Wisconsin.


Businesses across Wisconsin can also reduce, reuse and recycle plastic bags and wrap while taking the opportunity to build profits and create jobs. A 2012 report prepared for the DNR concluded that the plastic waste of Wisconsin businesses and workplaces, if recycled could be worth more than $41 million. Industrial film packaging alone was valued at more than $6 million.


A growing number of plastic products claim to be compostable or biodegradable, including trash bags and pet waste bags. These products should not be placed in recycling containers for plastic bags because they will interfere with the recycling process. 041b061a72


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