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Old April 13, 2019   #1
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This is our first year selling at Market. We want to have a nice booth. I was looking online for plastic produce sacks for vegetables and cellophane bags to put homemade cereal mixes and granola in. Does anyone have any recommendations as to where these items can be bought in bulk for a good price? Thank you!
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Old April 14, 2019   #2
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Check out Uline.
"Red meat is NOT bad for you. Now blue-green meat, THAT'S bad for you!"
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Old April 14, 2019   #3
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we buy some things from our local farm market. like my bread bags. My thankyou bags come from a wholesale company called friendly wholesale. this is local for me but do a search in your area for wholesale merchandisers. or ask at a small place such a s a farm market to see where they get their products. I have seen thank you bags at Sams club, but I don't like them. they also carry some restaurant take out merchandise. I am pretty cost conscious and I don't think uline is economical for us small producers. I generally toss every catalog that comes. There is a company called Rockford in Mi. I don't use them but a friend does who sells oodles of apples. I don't know about their cost or if they sell small quantities.
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Old April 18, 2019   #4
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I can highly recommend four companies I have used over the years. All fast shipping
and helpful and will send samples for small fee.
Great selection especially for baked goods and granola. And all things bags.
For salad mixes I like the 5x4.5x15 or the 5x5x18 bread bags, (clear plastic)
Enough length to tie the top locking in air so it does not crush.
I think the 1/4 peck brown craft bags will hold a six pack of starts.
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