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Compostable, biodegradable material that is based on starch from no-GMO corn.
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Reviews For 3 Gallon Kitchen Compost Waste Bags
Based on 7 Reviews
These bags are a deal. Very durable! I bought several packages. It's great to keep my food waste bin clean. Highly recommend!
These were a little smaller than I expected them to be. Size is good for a one meal prep per bag, as long as you aren't cooking a large meal. The quality is good though. Overall good product.
- Lizzy Daniella
I tried using these in my kitchen wast bin. They are ridiculously small. I had been using supermarket size shopping bags which were a perfect size and the handles made good ties. These bags have no way to tie them if they have any amount of waste in them. Not at all practical. Will not ve reordering.
I decided to try these instead of plastic bag for my cats dirty litter. I was not expecting it to hold so much and it doesn't tear!
May Save My Marriage
I hate taking out the compost. Not only does it feel wasteful, but I always feel super wasteful about the bags themselves too. In fact, it usually is a giant fight between my wife and I when the compost needs to go out. I want to pull out the bag and fill it to the last spot of space and she wants it out of the house as soon as it looks even sorta-fill. The BioBag may end up saving our marriage. I don't feel nearly as guilty about letting the bag go out a bit earlier, and she honestly doesn't notice the difference in trash bags. We haven't had this one rip yet, and it carries quite a bit of compost before you need to take it out.
We've also used this as garbage bags as well. They're small, but they can work in small trash cans.
- Tom D.
Use it to hold my veggies
I like these to keep my veggies fresh when they're on the freezer. They're also GMO free and they retain moisture but they don't leak.
Thrive is offering these bags at a great price, less than other sites. I buy a lot of products through Thrive, and this is just another example of the discounts they offer loyal customers.
- Teller W.
Lots of uses for these bags
I'm a compost person, and these are strong bags that I use to fill with garden waste, bad soil, grass clippings and other organic waste.
They preserve the waste material really well, and allow me to mix them back in. Thrive has a great price on these, at less than four dollars per bag, compared to Amazon at just under six per bag.
- Tracy Watson
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