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Should I Package My Food Product With Barrier Bags?

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Are you looking for flexible packaging with barrier qualities for your new food product? Barrier bags protect your food product from moisture, dirt, grease, contaminants, UV rays, and more. Consumers often prefer food products with packaging that has appropriate protection so they can rest easy knowing the food product is uncontaminated. As a manufacturer or seller of food products, you not only have to consider your budget to make affordable packaging choices but also select packaging that adequately protects your product inside. If you’re considering using barrier bags, here is some information that could help you make your final decision. Read More

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Sustainable Packaging vs. The Environmental Impact of Plastics

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How do plastic bags and flexible packaging affect the environment? Most products can’t avoid using flexible packaging during shipment and storage, so environmental awareness groups pay keen attention to how we address packaging solutions and efforts to create sustainable packaging solutions.

We at Maco Pkg recognize the environmental impact of plastic waste and are actively fighting to improve and increase the use of sustainable packaging. It doesn’t necessarily matter how you use plastic bags and film – many end-users are simply interested to know more about how plastics affect the waste stream. To answer their concerns, we look in the local landfill. Read More

stand-up pouch packaging

Increase Product Sales With a Stand-Up Pouch for Your Product

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When it comes to selling products, the packaging is a huge factor. If a product’s packaging is lacking in presentation or practicality, customers may not buy it. Consumers buy products with packaging that is convenient, informative, and attention-grabbing. Instead of sticking with traditional packaging materials such as boxes, bottles, cans, or cartons, why not try stand-up pouches? Read More

liquid packaging

The Best Option for Beverage and Liquid Packaging

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Our liquid filling process helps brand owners meet time constraints, adhere to all safety requirements, and ultimately support their product-based business despite the competition. We’ll walk you through how the liquid filling process works so you know what to expect.

When you need beverage and liquid packaging, your first concern will probably be about the integrity of the filling process. Your products should be kept free from any potential of contamination. Our SQF certifications attest to our capabilities for meeting FDA regulations while processing your liquid products safely. Read More

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Recycling Flexible Packaging & Other Items [The Right Way]

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According to data compiled by the Environmental Protection Agency, about 33 million tons of plastics were generated in 2014 and only 9.5 percent of plastics were recycled the year before. Yet in our society today, people are encouraged to think before they act when it comes to purchasing and using items that can be recycled, renewed, and repurposed. It is all about sustainability, and flexible packaging falls into that category. Read More

pouch packaging

Why Choose Pouch Packaging for Your Food Product?

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Are you trying to determine if pouch packaging is right for your food product? A lot of factors impact the success of your product’s sales, and packaging is one major example – including its cost, durability, functionality, and effect on the environment. The packaging you eventually select should highlight your product’s value, safely transport your product, protect it from outside contamination, and effectively persuade end users to purchase.

Successful flexible packaging maximizes the retail value of the product while minimizing space, volume, and weight. The smaller and lighter the packaging, the cheaper the transportation costs. How can your packaging reflect these principles all at once? Read More