Now is your time to say goodbye to plastic cling films and ziplock bags!
Our Silicone Food Storage Bags and Lids are made using only premium quality food-grade silicone with zero fillers – and are FDA and LFGB certified.

We have spent weeks looking for the perfect silicone that would go into making each one of our Bags and Lids, until we finally found these extremely sturdy and versatile silicone. Following our tips on how to care for your silicone kitchen essentials would prolong its life and make sure that they remain fresh and clean.

How to Care For and Love Your Silicone Products

Silicone Food Storage Bags

Our endlessly reusable Silicone Food Storage Bags, made from 100% premium quality food-grade silicone, are extremely versatile. The bags are designed to withstand both low and high temperatures – making them completely safe for use in a freezer, oven or dishwasher. Be sure to remove the slider before you pop the bags in a Dishwasher, Conventional or Microwave Oven.

Cleaning & Maintenance
1) These Hybrid Hippie food storage bags are a breeze to clean. Before your first use, we recommend that you fill ’em up with a mixture of warm water and soap – or even white vinegar – and let it sit for about 30 minutes.
2) Trying to fight stubborn stains? A mixture of baking soda with warm water is your best friend.
3) For a daily clean, you could also pop the bags into the the upper or lower rack of the dishwasher after you have removed the slider.
4) Finally, the silicone food bags can be either left to air dry or dried with a towel.

Silicone Lids

The Hybrid Hippie reusable Silicone Lids, made from 100% premium quality food-grade silicone, are stretchable and versatile. The lids are designed to withstand both low and high temperatures – making them completely safe for use in a freezer, oven or dishwasher.

Cleaning & Maintenance
1) These Hybrid Hippie silicone lids are a very easy to clean. Before your first use, we recommend that you rinse them thoroughly with a mixture of warm water and soap – or even white vinegar.
2) Trying to fight stubborn stains? A mixture of baking soda with warm water is your best friend.
3) For a daily clean, you could also pop the lids into the the upper or lower rack of the dishwasher.