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Co-Packing vs. Private Label

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One of the most significant decisions for thriving business owners is private label vs. contract manufacturing. It’s important to understand the strengths and weaknesses of co-packing and private labeling to decide which option is best for your business, as the functions and benefits of the two vary greatly.

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New Salt Analyzer Equipment

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Contrary to popular belief, the majority of the sodium that Americans consume doesn’t come from regular table salt but instead comes from consuming prepared and packaged foods, such as chips, crackers, soups, pizza, deli meat sandwiches, and more.

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Incorporating Sustainable Practices Into Your Packaging Processes

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In recent years, consumers have been demanding more eco-friendly initiatives from businesses. As a result, adopting more sustainable practices has become essential for companies to thrive. Many manufacturers have begun incorporating more sustainable practices into their packing processes by utilizing recycled materials, finding ways to reduce packaging and other actions.

Advantages of Bulk Food Packaging

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Bulk packaging has been a popular packing method in commercial food distribution for years. More recently, individual consumers have shifted to buying in bulk. While consumer demand for bulk packaging was already growing, the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in new buying patterns that increased that demand exponentially.

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Diverse Industries That Make Use of Stand-Up Pouches

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Stand-up pouches, introduced in the 1970s, have since become one of the most popular packaging choices for products in an expansive range of industries. As a cost-effective, versatile, and consumer-friendly packaging solution, stand-up pouches provide a smart and customizable packaging choice for countless applications.  

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Flow Wrapping vs. Overwrapping

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  There are many types of packaging methods available, each of which is suitable for different packaging needs. Flow wrapping and overwrapping are two of the most commonly employed by industry professionals for consumer goods.