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Staple Pack

At Rutan, we want to make your business run smoother, that’s why we provide the highest quality materials in all of our bags. However, with staple pack bags, not only are you receiving our legendary quality, you’re also getting a useful tool to efficiently package your items. You see, Staple Pack Bags are created with the ability to be put up on a wire wicket for greater ease in bag dispensing. This allows products to slide easily into packages, one right after another.

Staple Pack Bags

Staple Pack Poly Bags have a cardboard header and a perforated lip. They group the bags together to ensure neatness and are used in small parts packaging and food service. These poly bags meet FDA and USDA specification for food contact. They can be custom made to your size specifications, produced with your choice of high-quality material and printing options.

    Popular applications:

  • • Food bags
  • • Bread and bakery bags
  • • Produce bags
  • • Meat bags
  • • Pan covers
  • • Parts bags


Specifications:

Materials. Food Service. Small Parts Packaging.

Industry Standard Certification FDA, USDA
When you need a bag that is strong enough to get the job done, and a company with a commitment to serving you, look no further than Rutan. We want to partner with you to supply all of your bag needs. Staple pack bags are just one of the many options we have available. If we can be of any assistance, our customer service team is ready to answer your questions and help find the perfect solution for your flexible packaging needs!

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