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BioBags' compostable Food Waste are your earth-friendly alternative to traditional plastic bags. Strong enough to hold biodegradable food waste, BioBags have been created from a blend of cornstarch, vegetable oil and other renewable resources. Certified compostable by the Biodegradable Products Institute (meets ASTM D6400 standard for compostable plastics). Made in the USA.

BioBags™ - Food Waste Bag Features:
  • Earth-friendly food waste collection bags created from plant and other renewable materials
  • “Green” alternative to traditional plastic bags
  • Certified compostable by the Biodegradable Products Institute (meets ASTM D6400 standard for compostable plastics)
  • GMO- and polyethylene-free

Food Waste Bags: 3 boxes of 25 3-gallon bags; 17" x 18"

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Food Waste Bags: 3 boxes of 25 3-gallon bags; 17" x 18"

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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works great with biobag bucket These bags let air and moisture through in order to reduce bacterial odors. I used it first with regular trash can, but after a day the bottom of the can was wet and the content smelled bad too. Now I use them with MaxAir bucket by Biobag which, basically, has holes to let air circulation, and it works perfect. It is dry and odor-free. November 18, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by VERY helpful These bags are perfect for preventing nasty gunky messes in our kitchen compost crock. The bottom of the bag does start to decompose if we don't empty the crock regularly, but I just rinse the crock bottom and dump that water in the compost. I'm finding the bag and contents still intact in my compost bin weeks later, so I'm going to test dumping the crock contents and the bag separately to see if that speeds things up. October 18, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Biobags -- very useful We use the Kitchen size BioBags for our counter compost holder -- a ceramic can where we put the kitchen waste that will go to the outdoor composter. These bags work great for this purpose since we can now just throw bag and all into the composter. Only problem we have encountered is that they do decompose quite quickly and so the bottom of the bag does leak sometimes if we wait too long (two weeks) to take it out. But that is minor since we can carry the entire container out and just dump all the contents into the composter. I would recommend these bags. We also use them occasionaly when we clean out the litter boxes since these bags will decompose in the landfill. If they were cheaper, they would be the bag of choice for that purpose. July 20, 2008
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works great with biobag bucket These bags let air and moisture through in order to reduce bacterial odors. I used it first with regular trash can, but after a day the bottom of the can was wet and the content smelled bad too. Now I use them with MaxAir bucket by Biobag which, basically, has holes to let air circulation, and it works perfect. It is dry and odor-free. November 18, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by VERY helpful These bags are perfect for preventing nasty gunky messes in our kitchen compost crock. The bottom of the bag does start to decompose if we don't empty the crock regularly, but I just rinse the crock bottom and dump that water in the compost. I'm finding the bag and contents still intact in my compost bin weeks later, so I'm going to test dumping the crock contents and the bag separately to see if that speeds things up. October 18, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Biobags -- very useful We use the Kitchen size BioBags for our counter compost holder -- a ceramic can where we put the kitchen waste that will go to the outdoor composter. These bags work great for this purpose since we can now just throw bag and all into the composter. Only problem we have encountered is that they do decompose quite quickly and so the bottom of the bag does leak sometimes if we wait too long (two weeks) to take it out. But that is minor since we can carry the entire container out and just dump all the contents into the composter. I would recommend these bags. We also use them occasionaly when we clean out the litter boxes since these bags will decompose in the landfill. If they were cheaper, they would be the bag of choice for that purpose. July 20, 2008
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