Have you made the commitment to ditch single-use snack bags forever?

If not, what are you waiting for? Get your Earth in Common Reusable Food Storage Bags HERE.

Switching to reusable bags for snacks can prevent thousands of plastics from ending up in the earth's oceans and are a simple way to start your plastic free journey.

If you have recently made the sustainable switch with Earth in Common Reusable Food Storage Bags, we’ve giving you a virtual HIGH-FIVE and sharing some handy care tips.

Earth in Common reusable food storage bags are 100% BPA-free, FDA approved, non-toxic and food-grade quality.

They are safe for the following appliances/uses:

  • microwave
  • freezer
  • dishwasher
  • steaming
  • boiling
  • sous vide

They are great for snacks on the go such as:

  • nuts
  • trail mix
  • hard boiled eggs
  • jerky
  • sandwiches

You can also think beyond the snacks - these bags are great for stashing items such as:

  • travel toiletries
  • toilet paper
  • gear repair items
  • first aid items
  • spare socks

Earth in Common Reusable Food Storage Bag Care Instructions:

Prior to Use:

Pure silicone products are untreated. Therefore slight staining may occur with certain foods. Prior to use, we recommend mixing baking soda and vinegar, pouring the mixture into the bag and letting sit for 20 minutes prior to rinsing. This will help prevent staining of the bag caused by certain liquids and foods.

After Every Use:

Simply clean the bag with dishwashing soap and warm water, or toss them in the dishwasher by expanding the bag slightly and turning it upside down on the top rack of the dishwasher. Let them air dry by leaving them open on a drying rack.


These food storage bags can withstand temperatures of -40°C to 232°C (-40°F to 450°F) and we do not recommend exceeding the maximum temperature range.

The medium and large bags are able to stand up on their own and we do not recommended turning the bag upside down if there is liquid inside. The bags are not 100% leakproof with certain liquids.

We'd love to hear how you've used your Earth in Common Reusable Food Storage Bags - drop a comment below to share some inspiration!