The bags use 25 percent less plastic than their other Ziploc counterparts, are manufactured with approximately 50 percent reusable energy, and are packaged in 100 percent recycled cardboard boxes with at least 35 percent post-consumer content.
Not bad; though as one critic points out, it'd be more impressive if all of Ziploc's bags were manufactured this way, and not just one option offered for the green-hearted... But we'll take what we can get.
Think you'll pick some of these up at the store next time you're shopping? We're thinking they'd make a fine convenience option in the event that all of our reusable options are employed.