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    Default Sap Sack Plastic Smell

    Hi Everyone,

    I just started using CDL/Roth Sugar Bush blue sap bags this year. I noticed the bags have a noticeable plastic odor to them. Has anyone else noticed this and will it affect the final product? They are supposed to be FDA food grade. These are the bags: https://www.rothsugarbush.com/product/sap-bag/ Thank you!

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    I've never noticed a smell to the bags I have. It might be the ink printed on the bag if they are like the catalog page linked. I would just use them and not think to much into it.
    backyard hobbyist
    2014 - roasting pan on 55 gallon barrel -1 gallon syrup 6 taps on buckets
    2015 - added blower to door -3 gallon syrup 10 taps on buckets
    2016 - 3 gallon syrup and 2 lbs. sugar 16 taps on buckets
    2017 - new Mason 2x3 w/AUF shooting for 20 to 30ish taps and more sugar
    2018 - did not boil
    2019 - Added RO, sudo 8x8 sugar shack, shooting for 50 taps +/-
    N 42* 18' 31."
    W 79* 34' 15."
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    I have 30 of them that im using and I didnt notice any odor at all. Im sure once you hang them on the trees, any resiudal odor will quickily disappear.
    2017 - Homemade Barrel Evaporator - 20 Taps (buckets) - Backyard boiling
    2018 - Homemade Barrel Evaporator - 20 Taps (buckets) - Backyard boiling
    2019 - 2x4 Mason XL - 20 Taps (buckets) 30 Taps (sap sacks) - 14x16 Sugar Shack

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