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When it comes to food and non-food products, stand up pouches or doypacks are far and away the most popular and flexible packaging option. These pouches are very versatile and as the name suggests – can easily stand vertically on the shelf.
Not only that, stand up pouches are very lightweight, space saving and functional. They are also one of the most sustainable packaging forms out there.
Traditionally the food sector is the most common market for stand up pouches, where they are used for coffee, tea, snacks, nuts, sweets, spices, etc. Nowadays, however, doypacks are increasingly being used across a wider range of markets, covering everything from textiles to toy parts to machinery spare parts. Applications are limitless.
You can customize your stand up pouch by choosing various sustainable material options and by using add-ons to create the perfect pouch for your individual needs.
Metallic plastic is a mono material structure which can be fully recycled anywhere that has an LDPE recycling stream. It provides the highest level of protection from air, moisture and UV. Its distinctive metallic layer means that it’s great for companies looking to give their packaging a premium silver or gold effect.
Keep your products fresh for longer and safely packaged with a reclosable zip lock.
Recyclable structure with high moisture and aroma protection. Its simple structure makes it less expensive than conventional non-recyclable pouches.
A tear notch makes it easier for customers to open horizontal form pouches. The tiny slit in the end seal guides the customer, and provides them more convenient and fuss free access to the product. Not only that, it also ensures that no important information is torn through.
Rigid packaging containers such as composite carton boxes, glass jars or bottles, aluminum cans or rigid plastic containers are in decline as packaging alternatives. This is because they require considerable resources to produce and leave a larger carbon footprint. Not only that, such packaging options also require additional labeling.
Flexible packaging is lightweight, making it easy to transport and store. But that’s not all, its unique structure means that artworks can be printed directly onto it, and product contents can be visible. This lends it greater shelf appeal and helps drive customer trust at the point of sale.
Looking for recyclable pouches that guarantee your products the same shelf life, visual appeal and price point as conventional pouches. Look no further. With Lprint, you never need to bother with non-recyclable packaging again!
Get inspired by some of the great designs we’ve created for our customers.
Not sure which material has the right feel and look for your needs? Want to check what size fits best? You can order a free sample kit from us that will let you test everything for yourself. Order now for delivery in the next few days.
No, our compostable packaging is only compostable in industrial conditions. This means that in order to start the decomposing process, certain environmental requirements for temperature, humidity and mycobacterial presence are required.
No, compostable packaging is not recyclable. It should be disposed off together with organic waste and this waste goes to composting facilities or biogas generation plants. Different countries and even different municipalities can have different guidelines for organic waste and composting. It is important to check these before introducing compostable packaging into the market. Your good intentions might not yield good results.
Not necessarily. Paper pouches have a well defined way of disposal in most consumers’ minds, they are bio based and easily recyclable. However, their barrier properties are slightly lower than plastic barriers, zippers cannot be used for reclosability and structural strength of such pouches are not great. This means that paper is not ideal for heavy products, large bags or for products that require very high barrier properties.
Yes it can. If more than 90% of the pouch is produced from the same polymer, then such pouch is considered highly recyclable. Our recyclable pouches meet this requirement. Second consideration is the source of the plastic. Currently we are using virgin plastic, but we are working towards incorporating plastic which is manufactured from recycled waste. This would make the pouch even more environmentally friendly and it would be a big move towards circular economy.
Most of the flexible packaging in the market is not recyclable because different types of plastics are laminated together and used for packaging. However, recyclable alternatives do exist and we have decided to leave only recyclable or compostable packaging in Lprint’s portfolio.
We understand that you might be new to questions of packaging and sustainability. And it can all get quite confusing quickly. That’s why we are happy to dedicate our time to helping you navigate through it all. Contact us for a free consultation and we’ll help you come up with the best result for your business.
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