Ziploc Bags its Slice of the Internet

The Web site for these versatile bags is an effective reminder of how many things you can put in plastic. Too bad it doesn't have coupons

Generally not high on the grocery list, Ziploc disposable plastic bags and containers are nonetheless a household essential for practically any kind of domestic storage.

The Ziploc brand was originally developed by Dow Chemical Company, and later became part of S.C. Johnson & Son's portfolio. An assortment of products available in different shapes and sizes, these handy storage units were essentially made to preserve the freshness and aroma of food items. Given their versatility and robust nature, though, it's not surprising that Ziploc products have found an extended use in safeguarding personal effects — linens and pillows, seasonal clothing and school supplies, sports equipment, and well, you name it.

Before it's here, it's on the Bloomberg Terminal.