Archive for the ‘packaging’ Category

Edible Food Packaging! Anyone?

Biodegradable food packaging is great if saving the environment is our concern. Compared to plastic, bottles and tin cans that stay intact on ground for hundred years. Biodegrades looses its identity after being thrown to garden soil. It may take sometime but it definitely biodegrades. Wait! If we give the situation a thought. Biodegradable food […]

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Jute Sack

Jute sack is the industry standard for packaging cacao and coffee despite of its several weak points.  Why it was chosen? Simply because of three things. It is cheap, durable and porous. Tons and tons could be fumigated inside a warehouse. Its porous nature allows the entry of fuming agent, killing pest and thereby increasing […]

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Baking Soda in Carton Packing

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This baking soda package is a bit different than others. Why? It violates my understanding of how products should be pack. The powder is directly packed in carton without plastic primary or lining. Carton is used as secondary packaging material. As mean to give a sturdy shape and media for product information. It is not […]

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