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Product description

Size:150 Count (Pack of 4)  |  Color:4 Pack

The ProPack Brand Was Created To Fill The Needs Of Busy People Everywhere, Allowing Them To Enjoy Their Food And Beverages Conveniently, And On The Go. That Why We Have A Dedicated Team Working On Making More Convenient Products And More Reliable Then All Other Brands. ProPack Is Known For Its High Quality Well-designed And Innovative Disposable Food Service Items. From Paper Plates, To Cups, Bags, Napkins And Dinnerware, ProPack Products Are In Homes, Offices, Cars, And Malls Around The Globe. Our Mission Is To Keep Food Preparation Easy And Hassle-free, And Elegant And Chic At The Same Time. At ProPack We Strive To Make Your Everyday Routine As Easy And Convenient As Possible. These ProPack Disposable And Reusable Clear Plastic Storage Bags Are Great For All Different Occasions Weather You Are In A Office, Home, Commercial , Or Restaurant Setting, They Will Uphold Without Tearing Or Puncturing While Being Cheaper Then The Competition, 150 Bags Per Box Gives You Enough Bags So You Don't Have To Worry About Constantly Reordering!

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