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Enviro Jiffy Bag

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Buy this envelope in larger quantities to maximize your savings now.

QTY Price per 100 % Discount
Single £0.39 0%
Pack of 20 £0.29 25%
Pack of 100 £0.24 38%
These eco-friendly padded envelopes are the perfect packaging solution for those who require a padded envelope that is not bubble lined in order to avoid using plastic. 
Thanks to their paper outer and inner, these padded envelopes are 100% recyclable. Their paper corrugated fluting provides a cushioning internal layer to protect products throughout transit.
  • 100% recyclable paper padded envelope
  • Environmentally-friendly alternative to bubble lined envelopes
  • 120 x 180mm (outside measurement)
  • 100 x 165 (inside measurement)

Suitable for sending a small number of remedies or a small to medium-sized bottle.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Isobel F.
Eco-friendly envelopes

I like the fact that these envelopes don't contain any plastic and they're a good size for posting out remedies.

Alienor L.

Fantastic bags! feel great, do the job and kind to the planet.

eco on point

I used the brown Jiffy bags but cant go past these now was patients can recycle them! Perfect to avid single use plastic but get the job done!

Andrea D.
Enviro Jiffy Bags

I love the idea of the EnviroJiffy Bags, would appreciate also one size bigger for sending out bottles.

Zoe B.
Good product

These envelopes contain no plastic which means they can be recycled easily, they protect the contents and look really smart. They are slightly expensive which is why I didn’t give them 5 stars but overall a really good product.

Dorothy W.
I really want to like these plastic free padded envelopes

These are such a great idea, just paper with no plastic at all. But they aren't quite big enough and the glue at the seams not quite strong enough. It's a fiddle to get them open enough to slip instruction sheet and remedies in without damaging the envelope. If they were designed with a bit of a gusset all around they'd be much easier to use and more useful. There's no possibility of re-using these, which must be a better option than automatically recycling something.