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Convenience of Flexible Packaging
Give your customers the convenience to enjoy your product on the go with single serve portions that can bend, fold and be stored almost anywhere. In recent years, there has been a stronger demand for packets and other types of flexible packaging because it provides more traveling options without sacrificing design and durability.
Please note that we only print flexible packaging. To package your product, you will need to have packaging equipment or a co-packer to form, fill, and seal the printed material.
Why Choose Flexible Packaging?
Flexible packaging requires no actual label as the graphics and information are printed directly onto the packaging material. Not only do they showcase high quality graphics, but the packaging also protects the contents from foreign substances with an air-tight seal. We offer FDA-approved finishes to further prevent moisture from making your product damaged and unusable.
Currently, the possibilities for flexible packaging materials are a number of layers consisting of polypropylene, polyethylene, foil and polyester. Flex packs are optimized for convenience and superior barrier protection properties, such as seal quality and tolerance to microwave oven temperatures.
Stick packs are a new and exciting type of flexible packaging. Named for its long and slender shape, stick packs are a type of vertical form, fill and seal (FFS) pouching. FSS pouch packaging requires an automated assembly-line machine which constructs plastic bags out of the flat roll of printed packs (while simultaneously filling the bags with your product) then seals the bags.
These packages are often used for single-serving drink mixes as the shape is very convenient for consumers to pour contents into a narrow opening, such as a water bottle. Since it’s smaller than a sugar pack, another added benefit is the reduced impact on the environment. These packs are so small that they are more quickly produced on our machines, keeping the costs per-stick pack low.
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