At ZXPAC, the Coffee Bag degassing valve technology employed in our pouches helps to allow air out from the bag without letting air in. This technology ensures that coffee is kept fresh and sealed tightly inside the pouch.
The degassing valve allows the built-up carbon dioxide to escape while the coffee freshness killers such as moisture, oxygen, or light are not permitted in. The one-way degassing valve ensures that customers get fresh coffee.
However, Coffee Bags have replaced all that and have made packaging to change for the better. When choosing a packaging product for your coffee, there are some factors one needs to look at and those factors are further discussed below.
The side gusseted pouch is one of the most popular styles of bags for coffee packaging. With a variety of sizes, colors, and materials, it provides more options for roasters and coffee shops. Foil material will protect inside freshly roasted coffee beans from oxygen and moisture. Side gusseted bags also work well with Tin ties and Valves.
Kraft coffee pouch is a favorable choice for many customers because it is environment-friendly and economical. Kraft paper is generally laminated with Aluminum for perfect barrier protection and LLDPE for direct contact with food as it is stable and non-toxic.
Stand up coffee pouch is good-looking, easy to pack, with strong shelf presence and available in a variety of sizes, styles, and colors. They also work great with a valve for releasing CO2. And clear windows give customers a sneak peek of what’s inside.
Flat bottom coffee pouch (box pouch) has become a trendy choice for coffee packaging because flat bottom pouches combine the best features of side gusseted pouch and stand up pouch, easy to stand up before filling – not only stand better but also can support heavier load.
Flat Coffee Pouch As an easy and economical packaging, the flat pouch is also popular for coffee packaging. Tear notches make them easy to open.