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naiyyar
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20/06/2012 12:07:13
Got it . Thank u.


Di@DXB
Posts 3864



20/06/2012 11:27:22
naiyyar wrote:
malawi70 wrote:
Orbis Foods have a variety of these bags with a resealable strip. I think you can drop an email to foods@orbisfoods.com for info...


Hi malawi70, whom to contact for the cookie bags in orbis coz the website dosnt mention anywhere regarding these bags. They only deal coffee.

TIA


They do mention the bags on the 'Bespoke' tab, but that's for private labelling orders and would need you to order a minumum number, probably ok if you need lots branded with your logo.
edited by Di@DXB on 20/06/2012


Di@DXB
Posts 3864



20/06/2012 11:24:18
Someone on this recent thread is offering cookie bags too

http://www.expatwoman.com/forum/messages.aspx?TopicID=183134

hth


naiyyar
Posts 572



20/06/2012 10:41:03
malawi70 wrote:
Orbis Foods have a variety of these bags with a resealable strip. I think you can drop an email to foods@orbisfoods.com for info...


Hi malawi70, whom to contact for the cookie bags in orbis coz the website dosnt mention anywhere regarding these bags. They only deal coffee.

TIA


susandiaz
Posts 332



18/03/2012 23:16:24
The Lakeland catalogue has them. 20 dirhams for 100. Maybe call and check before just to be sure


coco pops
Posts 736



18/03/2012 17:40:02
Daza wrote:
Just make sure you check that the bags from Daiso are ok for food. The bags in the food storage area are fine however the bags in the gift bags and boxes area say they aren't to be used for packaging food. Not sure why but not willing to test it out...


They had a picture of slices of cake on the packaging, so i assume they'll be ok. I've not used them as yet, so I can't really say.


malawi70
Posts 45



18/03/2012 17:31:12
Orbis Foods have a variety of these bags with a resealable strip. I think you can drop an email to foods@orbisfoods.com for info...


Annedxb
Posts 2339



18/03/2012 17:28:50
As an alternative the Glad sandwich bags could also work with a pretty ribbon on it.


CoffeeGal
Posts 263



18/03/2012 17:14:56
I think there is a Daiso at Ibn too, I'll check there and Spinny's when I'm there tomorrow for grocery shopping. Thanks!


Daza
Posts 3851



18/03/2012 17:09:36
Just make sure you check that the bags from Daiso are ok for food. The bags in the food storage area are fine however the bags in the gift bags and boxes area say they aren't to be used for packaging food. Not sure why but not willing to test it out...


coco pops
Posts 736



18/03/2012 16:46:14
I found some in Daiso last week at Al Barsha Mall. They are smallish around 17cm by 18cm & they have a little ribbon to tie around it.
I think it was 7 Dhs for a pack of 12.

HTH


Daza
Posts 3851



18/03/2012 16:08:12
I tried to find some a while back but couldn't so ended up using small oven bags, cut to size, which worked fine. If you don't mind some pattern, Spinney's have a nice range of clear cookie bags with flowers, stars, animals etc on them.
edited by Daza on 18/03/2012


CoffeeGal
Posts 263



18/03/2012 16:04:03
For any of the bakers out there, do you know where I might find clear, celo-type, individual cookies bags? My friend's DS is turning 1 year old and I make these really cute iced-sugar cookies in the shape of birthday cakes so I want to make some and put them in individual bags to bring to the party so that people can take them home. I'm thinking Tavola might have something like this but I'm not sure and I'm 38 weeks pregnant so I'm not up to driving around and around looking.


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