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Compostable Cello Bags: Eco-Friendly and Versatile!

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Conventional plastic bags remain in landfills for centuries. For a more eco-friendly option try our  compostable cello bags! Elevate Packaging are one of only a few suppliers of compostable cello bags in the U.S.

Made from compostable biofilm, our cello bags reduce the impact on our planet. The compostable biofilm is derived from FSC-certified wood-cellulose . Not only are these bags compostable, but they are also vegan, non-GMO, and marine degradable.

compostable cellophane bags

Eco-Friendly and Versatile Cello Bags

These cello bags are a great choice for many top industries looking to switch to compostable packaging.

Custom compostable cello for LOLI Beauty, in the compost!

- The apparel industry, instead of using conventional plastic, can use compostable cello bags to wrap clothing for transit.

- Our cello bags meet FDA requirements for direct food contact, making them perfect for bakeries, food service, and dry food brands.

- Both tea and coffee industries can make use of compostable cellophane as a part of their brand packaging and to keep their product fresh!

- In the cosmetics industry cello bags can be used to wrap products for shipping, or used as a pillow pack protect products in transit. We partnered with Loli Beauty to develop a unique secondary packaging for their beauty products!

Our cello bags are great in combination with compostable labels, ensuring that the entire packaging is compostable!

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Compostability certification ensures that the products will completely degrade within 90 days in a composting facility. In doing so, they will not leave behind any harmful or toxic residues.

Compost has many beneficial uses, including fertilizing and improving soil health; truly giving back to the environment.

With a wide variety of sizes, we’re sure you’ll find the compostable cello bag you need. Don’t see your size? Contact us for a quote on a custom order!

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