50 X 1 Gallon Ziplock Mylar Bags


Mylar bags are a great tool for preserving food products for long term storage or transport food for home, backpacking, and emergency prep.

Mylar bags are essential for long term food preservation. They are an excellent storage solution for your delicious food. Whether you are hiking or looking to preserve food without bulky canning, mylar bags are an excellent choice for your preservation needs.

Product Details:

  • Mylar Bags for 1 Gallon - Pack of 50
  • Mylar Bag Dimension: 25.40cm x 35.56cm x 10.16cm (10 inch x 14 inch x 4 inch)
  • 5ml thickness

Mylar is a clear material made from polyester resin. Mylar contains many desirable properties including gas and moisture resistance, chemical stability, and high tensile strength. These Mylar Bags can be sealed with a Hot Jaws Handheld Heat Sealer to ensure optimal food freshness. An integral part of any food storage system. Mylar Bags create an oxygen barrier to provide long term protection for your food storage needs.

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
As intended

Very high quality, just spent a few hours filling them up with dry goods.

Thanks CP!

Good quality!

Very happy with this product. The bags look great and sturdy. Shipping was fast. Would recommend 10/10

Maryjane Latocha
Exactly as advertised.

I came to Canadian Prepper, knowing I was going to get quality product AND I DID!
It came well packaged and as quickly as Canada Post can.
I will be purchasing again and referring all my family and friends to do the same.

Brian Oppenheimer
Terrific gear for your planning

My intention is to use these for long term storage and if SHTF, I've got a 1 gal mylar zip-lock bag to use after I eat my beans. The only drawback I found is the length of the mylar above the zip-lock is short enough that I had to be very careful when heat sealing so I can re-use the bag when the time comes. I found I could comfortably fit 10 cups of rice per bag and 5 bags in a 5 gal bucket.

My process:
I wrote out labels using indelible ink stating nutrition info and total cups in the bag [1/4cup rice has 35g of carbs and 5g of protein]
Placed the labels close to the bottom of the bag
2 cups of rice in the bag
1 100cc desiccant
6 cups of rice
1 100cc desiccant
2 cups of rice
1 100cc desiccant
zip-lock the bag removing as much air as possible [by hand not vacuum sealing]
using a cheap conair flat iron set at 400 degrees I clamped for 5 seconds in 3 positions center, right, left
I placed 5 bags in my food grade bucket
I added a 32oz jar of honey [a welcomed treat after SHTF]
I added 1/2lb salt to the bucket [salt has so many uses]
I added 1/4lb black pepper to the bucket [I'm still not sure I have the salt and pepper properly stored so no details on this but spices after SHTF will be another welcomed treat]
I cut out the nutrition information on the rice packages [I used 25lb bags] and placed them in the bucket.
I closed the bucket and labeled the top and side of the bucket with contents for inventory purposes.