Nonwoven Bag for shopping food

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Nonwoven Bag for shopping food
It is made from PP, non woven fabric m slikcreen with handle .
Description:
1). Material: Eco-friendly non-woven fabrics.
2). Printing: CMYK silkcreen printing, heat transfer, lamination, etc.
3). Handle: Self non woven fabric stitched with "X" to reinforce, "X" not visible from the outside
4). Weight: 80GSM, 60-120GSM non woven fabric can be choose.
5). Size: Your request is welcomed, customized.
6). Features: Eco-firendly, high quality, recyclable, reasonable price, 100%manufacturer.
7). Application: Suitable for advertisement, gift bag, grocery store, surpermarket shopping, sales promotion and so on.
8). Color reference: CMYK/PMS/full color
Item no. XHWK001
Size: 30cmW*45cmH
Material non woven
Weight: 80gsm
Piping: No piping, inside sew
Handle: Non woven
Print: Silkscreen
Others: Punched plastic handle
Label: As customized sew or not sew "made in china" label
Packing: 100pcs per carton; 1 opp bag for one carton or customerized

1.What is your main products ?

Our main products are made from PE ,PP etc and could be used for agriculture and construction ,etc .

2.What is your payment term ?

We could accept TT ,LC.

3.What is your delivery time

The delivery time is around 30days per container, sometimes we have stocks .

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Sorry Amez, I did not mean to give you a low rating and I cannot undo it... so sorry :( I want to emphasize the fact that the whole plastic recycling issue has been marketed to promote plastic use. Early on the plastic industry adopted the recycling symbol to merely indicate the kind of resin being used (the numbers inside the symbol), to supposedly sort it. However, almost all plastics are NOT RECYCLED but DOWNCYCLED, which means they are reprocessed into something of inferior quality, which in turn ends up in landfill next cycle anyways. We should also note that most of plastics were not intended to be in contact with food yet today they are, with pretty bad consequences in people's health and of course the environment where they end up. As anybody with a couple eyeballs will attest, many disposables linked to the food industry end up in nature rather than landfills. The next time you are buying food just think of this. Don't just think of yourself but stop for a moment and be a better human being by avoiding plastics as much as possible. You will not starve or die of thirst, I promise. You will instead be spreading the best practice of what we should all be doing, regardless of a system that pushes us to be idiotic and wasteful.
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This is too easy to ask here. Look around your house. What is made of plastic? Make a list. First part of the problem solved. For the second part, think about the properties of plastic compared to things like wood, cloth, and paper.
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That would be the same thing. Paper or plastic would make no difference. Your question is puzzling. Are you talking slang for credit or debit cards? If so and you have 'plastic' bills every month, you have to be grown up enough to control your spending to the point that you can always pay them in full each month. Otherwise you are not paddling fast enough to move upstream. That means you are losing, if you can not pay your bills in full every month. Paddling upstream means always spending less than you earn, after first deducting you savings and investment moneys. Does that help you? It will, if you follow that advice your whole life. You will do well.

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