Coming up with an idea of non-standard packaging is not uncommon nowadays. Brands are looking for more and more ways not only to package something wisely but also in appealing and attractive ways, so they could draw their customers attention.
The packaging reflects a product’s integrity, quality, and legitimacy, even before the product itself does that. Let’s say you feel you are buying a high-quality product at a retail store. If it was being sold in a plain paper bag, how would that impact your confidence in purchasing it, especially if you have never used it before? This would lead the customers to question the product’s quality and legitimacy. Due to this, they might also choose an alternative option. In contrast, attractive packaging communicates an appealing, believable value proposition to prospective buyers, resulting in the product being more likely to be sold. That is why several businesses often take the help of Epic Packaging and its likes to ensure that their products are packaged in an attractive way to appeal to the customers.
Well, now the scene is set and your customer is in awe with the packaging. But what if he opens the box and sees that the product is packed in a plastic container? It might prove to be an absolute turnoff, especially at a time when people are already campaigning to reduce plastic waste from the market and the environment. If you are thinking to avoid such a situation then you might need to contact firms like Impacked Packaging. There are already numerous alternatives to plastic containers, you just need to shortlist one for your business. However, today we will talk about packaging pouches.
Pouches can vary as for size or used material, and many of them are eco-friendly, which is increasingly more often appreciated by end clients who care about the environment. People seem to be against too big, paper boxes for their packages – it is also a waste of space and money for manufacturers, producers and senders. Flat pouches help with using the space to the maximum extent. This is appealing for users (they get a smaller delivery) and producers (they can store more products packed like this).
Another type of pouches is called stand up pouches and can be used for displaying your products. Stand up pouches stand upright and do not need additional support for doing so.
Pouches are widely used for bakery products: either bakers and producers pack pastries and baguettes in bakery pouches or clients do it themselves.
Mylar pouches, especially mylar flat pouches, all along with aluminum pouches, can be also seen and used by many producers.
Clear pouches are great for highlighting the inside of the pouch, however, they still need to be complemented by additional information about the product if needed. This is where producers use stickers or printing, but not always.
Kraft paper pouches, especially stand up kraft paper pouches, can be used for giving your products natural touch and look your clients will not forget.
You should also get interested in sachets, especially sachets with ziplock. Sachets like this help keeping the product fresh, which gives a massively better impression to your clients. They also look smart and trendy, not only on a shop’s shelf but also in clients’ houses. Living up to customers’ expectations is extremely important nowadays.
Window pouches, especially stand-up window pouches, give your customers an idea of what is inside – this is very significant for many products, as clients won’t buy them without seeing a texture of them. Also, food pouches like tea pouches and coffee pouches are very often used. It is almost similar to the retail detail packaging like what CTP Custom Boxes provide to help the seller exhibit the product.
Heat seal pouches can be a wise idea of packaging and securing the product. Smart packaging and biodegradable pouches is what we all need to save the space, money and our beloved planet!