Paper Tin-Tie Bags
Paper tin-tie bags are paper packaging lined with either polypropylene, white kraft, or PLA. It is most often used as a retail take away bag or for short term storage. The tin-tie, which is attached to the top of the bag, is used for reclosure. The paper tin-tie bag is an economical, practical way to contain a wide variety of items including coffee, dry soups, confections, natural products and other dry goods. Note: Roasted coffee contained in a paper tin-tie bag should be consumed 7-10 days after roasting for maximum freshness and flavor.
The suitability and shelf life of a product in a paper tin-tie bag is dependent on the product stability with regards oxygen, moisture, fat content, etc. If longer shelf life is needed, a barrier bag may be necessary.
PBi offers three types of liners in the paper tin-tie bags:
- White Kraft
- PLA Corn Plastic
Stock paper tin-tie bags are made from 50 lb. or heavier paper, and come standard with a thumb notch and a tin-tie. Paper Tin-Tie bags make a great option for environmentally sound packaging. See our Sustainable Packaging section of our website for further details.
Paper Window Bags
These bags are the same as our other stock paper bags; except the clear window in the bag will showcase your products.