Pak-Sher offers the most extensive line of food service carry-out bags on the market today. From small single sandwich bags to every size and shape of take-out container, to party trays for catering, Pak-Sher has the right size and style bag to fit your carry-out and catering program. And, for those truly unique applications, our custom design staff is at your service.
Keep your prepared food fresh, prevent cross-contamination and reduce prep and clean-up clean-up time with Pak-Sher’s kitchen prep film products. Portion bags, labels, liners, lid covers, and our signature Sher-Mitt® combine to provide you with the complete package for your kitchen and food preparation areas.
Pak-Sher’s variety of bakery bags, deli bags and interfolded deli sheets, are the perfect choice for supermarkets, delis and bakeries. Stylish stock designs will give your deli or bakery products that upscale look, and convenient dispensers are available for your staff behind the counter or for your self-serve bakery areas.
Pak-Sher offers a variety of “green” alternatives to help you meet your company’s sustainability goals while keeping within budget.
Direct and Indirect food contact products manufactured in Kilgore, TX can be made with 30% up to 100% Post-Consumer Recycled content (PCR), depending on the product. Finally, customers can go green AND save money. These products are made from recycled milk jugs, and are the best choice for customers looking for an economical product that will meet their sustainability goals.
Many of our carryout bags can be manufactured at 3 mil strength to meet reusable requirements in many municipalities. In fact, our 2.25 mil stock bags meet regulations in most cities.
Pak-Sher remains extremely concerned about, and ever-conscious of, our effect on the environment. All non-compostable products are recyclable. Even when manufacturing our core polyethylene product line, we recover 100% of our process waste, reusing most in our own operation and providing the rest to third parties for use in their facilities. We are continually researching and testing new sustainabile resins, including plant-based resins derived from sugar cane.