Packing should help entice consumers to purchase your product. It should be attractive, well made, and consistent in shape and color.
Simply put, this is the main function of packing.
A package allows a measurable amount of product to be packed, stored, and moved for convenience.
Packing can preserve the shelf-life of your product by helping control elements that can cause damage. Oxygen, moisture, and light, can affect the flavor and freshness.
Flexible packing offers layers of protection from outside elements such as varying temperatures, infestation, and the rigors of the distribution channel.
The right style of packing will help display yout product. TO determine the right style, consider the point of sale and the end user.
The right bag will help preserve your
coffee for freshness.
Most bags will need to be sealed to protect
against oxygen and make it tamper evident.
Stock bags are generally used in
conjunction with pressure sensitive labels.