34mm Cellulose Singles


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Buy 201 - 999 and pay only $7.13 each
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Availability: Ships Same Business Day
Shipping Weight:
0.50 LBS
Ship Dims:
1.00 x 1.00 x 12.00 (in)


34MM Cellulose Casings

Walton's Plastic/Cellulose Casings

Discover the convenience and reliability of our 34mm Cellulose Singles. Each package contains 84ft long strands, providing ample casing for your sausage-making needs. With a capacity of approximately 37 lb per strand, these cellulose casings offer excellent durability and strength during processing..


  • 84ft strands
  • 200 strands per package
  • 3 black stripes to identify casing on cooked product
  • Max cooking temperature of 180°F
  • Smoke Permeable


  • High humidity is highly recommended during cooking/smoking
  • Casings do not need to be soaked prior to use
  • After cooking, shower for 10-20 minutes or soak in an ice water bath to reduce wrinkling
  • Must peel casings before eating

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