Market Insights

Preservation is Key with Fruit Packaging Solutions

May 8, 2017

There are approximately 2.2 million farms in the United States and the average American consumes roughly 273.2 lbs. of fruit each year. This means that for farms to provide fresh produce to Americans, as well as exporting farm goods to other countries, produce needs to be delivered in a way that maintains its freshness, quality, and taste while being transported to grocery store shelves.

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Topics: Food Packaging, Flexible Packaging

The Benefits of Stand-Up Pouch Packaging from Manufacturer to Consumer

February 9, 2017

 

The pouch is one of the newest innovations in flexible packaging design, and it has a lot of advantages. When you think of packaged products, traditionally liquids and gels have gone into containers like bottles, cans and jars while dry goods went mainly into bags. As a container-bag hybrid, the stand-up pouch works for both liquids and solids. It evolved from regular bags or pouches and is made from a roll of material sealed at both ends. Making a pouch entails fitting a gusset into the bottom of the pouch. This gives it a base and opens up the pouch so that, seen from the side, it's somewhat triangular.

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Topics: Flexible Packaging