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How to choose vacuum sealer bags for food?

Jul 06,2022 | Sharon

vac bags for food in a freezer

The selection of vacuum bags can be complex and diverse. A bad vacuum bag is not only prone to air leakage, frostbite and other problems, but also food contamination due to some bad/wasted materials.

 

How to avoid these traps? Wevac has developed a series of high-quality vacuum sealer bags for cooking and food preservation. They are made from sound and safe materials, BPA-free, and have been tested and approved by FDA (in the US) and LFGB (in EU) authorized laboratories annually. With patented embossed channels, they can achieve better vacuum effects.

 

Still, there are different forms of bags to choose from, such as pre-cut bags, bag rolls, and bag roll with a keeper box and a cutter. This article will tell you the pros and cons of these bags and guide you to choose the type of vacuum sealer bag that best suits your needs.

 

  1. Embossed Vacuum Sealer Bags Rolls

embossed vac bag roll

Pros:

  • You can cut whatever size is needed. There are two specs: 8"x50' and 11"x50', which are perfect for smaller portions, whether it's vegetables, baked goods or meat, poultry, or seafood.
  • Good price. For about $20 you can buy two packs of 50 feet embossed rolls, which can probably be cut and used several hundred times, for less than $0.10 a bag.
  • No LOGO prints on the bag, so you can view the item in it clearly.

Cons:

  • Not so easy to cut straight when you are using a pair of scissors.
  • A bit bulky to sort out when you have opened one but not finished a whole roll yet. Then you need to find a place to put and cover it from dust. We recommend using Wevac Suction Vacuum Sealer, which has a holder that can fit in a 50' bag roll.

 

 

  1. Cutter Bag Roll

cutter bag roll

Pros:

  • Easy to use. You can customize your own bags by using the cutter (much better than scissors to cut straight) that comes with the box.
  • The keeper box can keep the bags hygienic and tidy in-between your two food packing projects.
  • Unbeatable price. The 150-inch bag roll is compactly stored in the box and can be used for a long time for only about $30.

Cons:

  • Can't find any yet.

 

 

  1. Pre-cut Embossed Vacuum Sealer Bags

 precut vac bags

 

Pros:

  • Easy to use. The bags are pre-cut and sealed on one end, so you only need to seal the other end, which will save your prep time. A notch on the bottom side is for quick and easy opening, eliminating the use of scissors.
  • Different sizes of bags are available. We made this bag in three specs, 6" x 10", 8" x 12", and 11" x 16", allowing you to store items of various sizes and portions.

 Cons:

  • Not easy to keep the bags tidy and clean.

 

 

  1. Pre-cut Embossed Vacuum Sealer Bags with Keeper

 precut vac bag with keeper 

Pros:

  • Easy to use. The bags are pre-cut and sealed on one end, so you only need to seal the other end, which will save your prep time. A notch on the bottom side is for quick and easy opening, eliminating the use of scissors.
  • The keeper box can keep the bags hygienic and tidy in-between your two food packing projects.
  • Unbeatable price. There are two hundred bags in each box, and the price is only about $20.

 Cons:

  • No gallon size (11" x 16") yet.

 

 

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