bread bag

bread bag

- A plastic wrapper in which a loaf of bread is sold, intended to keep the bread fresh for longer than it would be if unwrapped.
See also related terms for loaf.
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Small bowel perforation due to a plastic bread bag clip: The case for clip redesign.
In 2008, Ben and Nena del Rosario's grandson, Jigger Galvez, partnered with his former boss Kevin Khoe to come up with Bread Bag Pandesal Bar, a sandwich bar concept using the trademark Casa Marcos pandesal at Ortigas Home Depot.
In August 2008, the Bread Bag Pandesal Bar was established.
Produced by Pastry Smart, Le Culture organic and American Humane Certified artisan breads use a custom-patented bake-able bread bag that enables retailers to keep the organic chain of custody intact, even if they don't have organic-certified bakeries.
co.uk PROTECT hands with this Linea vibrant veg double oven glove, pounds 12, from House of KEEP loaves fresh with a washable cotton bread bag, from pounds 7.49, from lakeland.co.uk TOP your bread in style with butter served from this Emma Bridgewater polka dot butter dish, pounds 32.95, from www.emmabridgewater.co.uk
Of they are really so good at it, why don't baguettes fit completely into the bread bag then???
Friends of the barber said he would then bundle up the towel with hair inside and take it home, putting it in a plastic bread bag, where the hair stayed until the star died in 1977.
6 I'm obsessed with repackaging my foods in cute, reusable containers, so I flipped when I saw this cotton bread bag with a magnetic closure.
Also, ODF also would let companies use only polyethylene tarps no larger than 10 feet by 10 feet - one per pile - and no thicker than 4 mils, or about twice the thickness of a bread bag.
He added: "The foreign bodies were clearly visible once the bread bag was opened and were not embedded in the bread."