A Staple Household Item
Anyone old enough to remember when the plastic baggies had the twist ties & then the ingenious fold over top? Thank goodness ziplock came into existence! The freezer bag has likely saved millions in food costs across the globe, replacing how many layers of foil and plastic wrap, and actually keeping food safe and edible. Always have a box in the house.
The best! Don't skimp and buy the store brand. The only brand I use for my freezer!
Keeps Food Fresh
Works great to keep food fresh. No freezer burn. Food stays in great condition. I can also use these with liquids. Works great.
Best bags by far
Our household favorite and go to!! We use a variety of sizes but this size is the most important and use. The quality of the bags is awesome and never had any issue or complaints.
Ziploc Bags Quart
Ziploc bags are my favorite brand are very high quality storage bags.
Stury & Convenient
Ziploc Freezer Bags Quart bags are higher quality and sturdier than most other freezer bags. They seal tightly and make it quick and easy for me to safely freeze and store foods in my freezer without getting any freezer burn.
They cling to the food like a glove so you don?t get freezer burn.
These bags are much better than any I've ever tried!
I use These FOR ALMOST EVERYTHING !! GOOD QUALITY ..
Go to freezer bag
These are the go to for freezing sweet corn in my family. They hold up well and don't leak like other brands
The best bags
I love the added tab at the top to open the bag! These close easy and stay closed till opened.
Ziploc bags are THE good bags! with multiple uses they work for everything.
Ziploc Freezer Bags Quart are great to freeze leftovers, separate meats, and other items. They are thick enough to protect and much better than "bargain" brands that are thinner than even the regular bags.
Durable and Thick for Freezer Needs
I absolutely love these freezer bags. They are super thick and stop that freezer burn that happens with thinner and low quality bags. They lock and unlock easily making it faster. I usually label what is in each bag with a Sharpie to know what is what. I can lay them flat on top of each other which helps with space and sometimes I use them for marinating meat in the fridge for hours/especially meat with a lot of bones.
I use these when I buy "family or bulk" size meats. I divide the amounts I need for 2 people, and freeze in separate bags with contents and dates.