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Get stock food packaging for all your restaurant gourmet food packaging needs
Match the quality of your food products with the quality of our food packaging products. We can set you up with quality plain or pre-printed stock items or we can customize the packaging to represent your restaurant’s image.

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Expanded Wholesale Restaurant Bags for almost any application.

Restaurant bags are bags specifically designed for use in the food service industry. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are made from materials that are suitable for carrying food items, such as paper or plastic.


Common types of restaurant bags include:

  • Takeout bags: These are bags designed to carry food items that are being taken out of a restaurant, such as fast food or delivery orders. Takeout bags can be made of paper or plastic, and are often printed with the restaurant's logo and contact information.
  • Food delivery bags: These are insulated bags designed to keep food items hot or cold during delivery. They are often made of durable materials such as nylon or polyester, and can be used with or without a plastic liner to keep the food fresh and free from contamination.
  • Merchandise bags: These are bags used to package food-related merchandise, such as coffee beans or tea leaves, for sale in a restaurant or cafe. They can be made of paper or plastic, and are often printed with the restaurant's branding or other decorative designs.


Frequently Asked Questions about Restaurant Bags

What is a food safe bag?

A food safe bag is a specialized form of packaging that is specifically designed to keep and safeguard food, guaranteeing its freshness and safety for eating. These bags are manufactured using food-grade materials, ensuring that they are free from any chemicals or substances that could potentially contaminate the food and cause health hazards.


The characteristics of food safe bags include:

  • Meet or exceed FDA standards for food contact
  • Non-Toxic materials used in food safe bags do not release harmful chemicals into the food they come into contact with.
  • The bags are designed to resist tears, punctures, and sometimes even extreme temperatures, making them suitable for various storage conditions, including the freezer, refrigerator, and pantry.

What are takeout bags made of?

Takeout bags, which are used to transport food from restaurants or food service establishments to the consumer's home or other places, can be manufactured using different materials. The choice of material depends on factors such as strength, cost-efficiency, and occasionally environmental concerns. 


Some of the most common materials used for takeout bags include:

PlasticPaperBiodegradable and Compostable MaterialsReusable Materials

What kind of bag is best for food?

Selecting the appropriate bag for food depends on several criteria, such as the nature of the food, its storage requirements, the duration of storage, whether it will undergo heating or freezing, and environmental elements.


Some common types of food bags and their typical uses:

  • Plastic Ziplock Bags are optimal for storing a diverse assortment of food items, including fruits, vegetables, snacks, and sandwiches.
  • Vacuum seal bags are ideal for extended preservation of meats, seafood, and other perishable items in the freezer.
  • Produce bags are lightweight, typically transparent plastic bags that are used to hold fresh produce.
  • Bread bags, constructed from either plastic or paper, are specifically designed to maintain the freshness of bread by regulating moisture levels and facilitating proper aeration.
  • Paper bags are suitable for storing dry foods such as pastries and bread, especially when long-term freshness is not a priority. They are also commonly used for takeaway food.
  • Biodegradable and compostable bags are manufactured using materials such as cornstarch or other compostable substances.
  • Freezer Bags: These bags are specifically engineered to endure low temperatures without fracturing or diminishing in pliability, making them ideal for preserving meats, fruits, vegetables, and baked products in the freezer.

Why are plastic bags called checkout or to-go bags?

People often call plastic bags "checkout bags" or "to-go bags" because they are often used at the point of sale in shops and restaurants, respectively. These words describe the exact situations in which the bags are used and what they're used for.


Checkout Bags
The word "checkout bags" only applies to the grocery and retail industries. These bags are given to customers at the registers where they pay for their purchases. Their main job is to make it easy for shoppers to take what they bought from the store to where they need to go next, whether that's home, the car, or somewhere else. This naming practice comes from the fact that the bag is usually used at the checkout counter, which is the last step in the shopping process and where the goods go from the store to the customer's destination.


To-Go Bags
On the other hand, "to-go bags" are often used in the food service business, such as in fast food restaurants and cafes. The purpose of these bags is to carry food that has been bought to be eaten somewhere else, not at the business. The word "to-go" directly refers to the takeout part of these bags, emphasizing that they are used to carry food "to go" or for takeout.


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