Crown Poly Ocean Plastic Bags

These Crown Poly Ocean Plastic bags are made from recycled PE plastic collected off the beaches in developing countries where trash collection is not available.  This plastic is then brought to the US to be recycled into food grade plastic resin.  Not only does this help reduce the amount of plastic pollution entering the ocean each year, but these efforts are also creating new jobs for local communities and creating education opportunities for their children.  Learn more about how to Ocean Plastic Turns the Tide on Poverty and Pollution here.

Available Products

Pull-N-Pak & Mini Roll Bags

One at a Time Dispensing – Pull-N-Pak® is the only system that dispenses one bag at a time to the very end, reducing waste up to 20%

Star-Sealed Bottom – Our patented star-sealed bottom is stronger than any other seal on the market!

Large Capacity, Easy to Load Bags – At 15″x20″ each bag holds 50% more than standard bags

Enhanced Self Opening Bag – addresses the #1 complaint about produce bags by providing a pre-opened, pre-separated start to have an open bag! Our bags are the only system that provide this unique and appreciated feature.

Front End T-shirt Bags

Strong and Durable – Hippo Sak® is made stronger, thanks to our innovative Power Strip® and tri-flex film. The Power Strip® creates a reinforced bottom seal, making Hippo Sak® 10 times stronger than standard grocery bags. No more leaks, holes, or tears!

Reduces Bag Usage – It takes 3-4 of the standard non-reinforced bags to hold groceries that 1 Hippo Sak® will fit. On average, Hippo Sak® has Increased items per bag by 25% and reduced bag usage by 20%

Front End Reusable Bags

Sanitary & Waterproof – Our reusable bags, are non-absorbent and non-porous, and cannot breed bacteria or spread disease.

Made right here in the U.S. – Many reusable bags are imported, and often contain toxic heavy metals and lead. The Reusable Hippo is non-toxic, and made locally from natural gas, not crude oil.

100% Recyclable – Made from 100% recycled content! Recycle it in your supermarket bin, or reuse it at the end of its life as a trash bag!