Cellophane Bags in bulk
shopping: two varieties
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cellophane bags
in two sizes

Cellophane was accidentally discovered in 1900 by Jacques E Brandenberger, a Swiss inventor who, inspired by witnessing a spilled glass of wine discolor a tablecloth, originally set out to develop a treatment that would prevent fabric from staining, but without success. Finally, one of his experiments produced a thin, transparent film that resisted water, air, oils and bacteria. For the next 10 years he perfected the material and named it cellophane, taken from the words cellulose and diaphane (which means transparent).

Because these cellophane bags are made from cellulose, a non-toxic, edible plant-based polymer we know as “dietary fiber,” they are 100% biodegradable, making them a superior packaging material and an earth-friendly alternative to petroleum products.

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Cellophane Bags

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Before making any changes to your diet you should always consult with your doctor,
especially if you are pregnant, nursing or have existing conditions.