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Flat Bottom Pouches
Flat bottom pouches FEATURES
Flat bottom pouches are the newest kid on the block. This pouch style is getting more famous for high end food product packaging companies. Flat bottom bags are more expensive than other type of flexible packaging bags. But due to good looking and convenience, the bags are getting famous.
Flat bottom pouches have many names like box pouch, box bottom bags, block bottom pouch, square bottom bags, quad sealed flat bottom, three side gusset bags, brick pouch etc.
Flat bottom pouches looks like box or brick style. These pouches have gussets on left and right side and gusset on bottom. Flat bottom pouches / block bottom bags can save 15% of packaging material due to unique design. So these bags are called environment friendly packaging bags. We can also save shelf space in supermarket as the bags stands tall and width of the bags is less compared with stand up pouches. So this style bags can save money for the food manufacturer by paying less to supermarket shelf space.
FLAT BOTTOM POUCHES ADVANTAGES
- A flat bottom pouches for excellent stability
- A selection of materials that guarantees the organoleptic properties of the contents
- The flat bottom pouches offer an innovative solution that combines five printable sides as well as excellent shelf appeal for merchandise
- The box shape minimizes wasted space inside the package, while providing a more stable base for shelf placement
Coffee, tea, confectionery, biscuits, pet food, organic products, chocolates, muesli, spices, pulverulent products such as industrial glue, chemicals, and cocoa powder, pharmaceuticals, etc.