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Top-Quality Wholesale Paper Bags Supplier in the USA and Canada

The inception of our organization took place with a goal of saving Mother Nature. This can be achieved by preventing use of single use  plastic bags.

At MapleLeaf Green, we process only food grade paper to ensure international standards are meet. Paper bags manufactured in our unit is suitable to carry food items without getting it contaminated, even though it comes in direct contact with the food. We source paper  from vendors who use virgin pulp derived from bagasse.

   Product Features & Environmental Benefits of Paper Bags

100% Compostable

After use, rapidly biodegrades in soil and turns into plant food.

100% Biodegradable

Biodegradable in natural environment.

Oil And Water Proof

Oil and water resistant.


Economical for daily use.

Wholesale Paper Bags Supplier: Exceptional Quality, Competitive Prices

At Mapleleaf Green, we take pride in being a leading wholesale paper bags supplier, offering exceptional quality products at competitive prices. As a trusted brand name in the industry, we prioritize delivering paper bags that meet the highest standards of quality. Our bags are carefully manufactured using premium materials to ensure durability and reliability. Whether you need paper bags for packaging, retail, or any other purpose, we have a wide range of options to cater to your specific needs.

With our extensive experience in the market, we understand the importance of providing efficient and cost-effective solutions to businesses in the USA and Canada. We export our products to both countries, ensuring that our clients have access to top-notch paper bags for their operations. Our commitment to customer satisfaction drives us to offer competitive prices without compromising on quality. By choosing Mapleleaf Green as your wholesale paper bags supplier, you can trust that you will receive reliable products that enhance your brand image and provide a positive customer experience.

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To start using our green products and contribute towards green revolution!

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Substantially reduce the use of plastic and plastic products which are non-biodegradable.

Reduced number of toxic landfills will increase the health of our planet and natural resources.

Reduced number of toxic landfills will increase the health of our planet and natural resources.

– 1 trillion bags consumed worldwide each year
– 100 billion of which is consumed in U.S. alone
– 2009 Guinness Book of World Records: Most ubiquitous consumer product
Energy Consumption:
– 12 million barrels of oil used annually in U.S. Save
Environmental Impacts:
– Marine Debris – approx. 346 species adversely affected
– High litterability has negative impacts on tourism
– Public health concerns due to soil and water contamination
– Life span of the average single-use plastic bag is 20 minutes
– Inadequate recycling infrastructure and economic incentive for recycled plastics
– Plastics never biodegrade and persist in the environment for many years never breaking down to organic material

  • 27,000 trees are cut down each day so we can have Toilet Paper.
  • Aluminum can be recycled continuously, as in forever. Recycling 1 aluminum can save enough energy to run our TVs for at least 3 hours. 80 trillion aluminum cans are used by humans every year.
  • American companies alone use enough Paper to encircle the Earth 3x! (It’s a good thing that businesses are moving towards going paperless)
  • We can save 75,000 trees if we recycled the paper used on the daily run of the New York Times alone.
  • When you throw plastic bags and other plastic materials in the ocean, it kills as many as 1 million sea creatures annually.
  • A glass bottle made in our time will take more than 4,000 years to decompose.
  • Only 1% of our planet’s water supply can be used. 97% is ocean water and 2% is frozen solid in the Arctic, for now.
  • Our planet gains inhabitants numbering to 77 million people a year.
  • An estimated 50,000 species inhabiting our tropical forests become extinct annually. That’s an average of 137 species a day.
  • Rainforests are cut down at a rate of 100 acres per minute.
  • The world’s oldest trees are more than 4,600 years old.
  • Landfills are composed of 35% packaging materials.