Graphic Measures International
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Flexible packaging requires no actual label as the graphics and information print directly onto the packaging material. We offer FDA-approved flexible packaging materials and finishes that further prevent moisture from damaging or spoiling your product. Other safety benefits of flexible packets include tolerance to microwave oven temperatures and superior barrier protection.
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Popularity among the flexible packaging has grown significantly in the last several years. Industries such as bath and beauty, health, and food have turned to flexible packaging for its convenience and affordability. Their small fall factor makes them the ideal solution for optimized storage and space on retail shelves.
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Flexible packaging is a product labeling solution that has become popular due to their durable and pliable material. Flexible packets can be filled with a liquid, solid or semi-solid making it a suitable for a variety of industries.
Below are just some of the most popular types of flexible packaging we’ve seen for the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, vitamin, bath & beauty, food, and beverage industries.
Flexible packaging requires no actual label as the graphics and information print directly onto the packaging material. Not only do they showcase high-quality graphics, but the packaging also protects the contents from foreign substances with an air-tight seal. Custom flexible packaging provides various markets a way to possibly reduce packaging costs. This is all while impressing consumers with its design and function.
Because of its convenience and versatility, flexible packaging is an ideal option for many industries and their products including:
Stick packs are a new and exciting type of flexible packaging. Named for its long and slender shape, stick packs are a type of vertical form, fill and seal (FFS) pouching. FSS pouch packaging requires an automated assembly-line machine which constructs plastic bags out of the flat roll of printed packs (while simultaneously filling the bags with your product) then seals the bags.
Customers often use these packages for single-serving drink mixes. The shape is convenient for consumers to pour contents into a narrow opening, such as a water bottle. Since it’s smaller than a sugar pack, another added benefit is the reduced impact on the environment. These packs are so small that we’re able to print them more quickly, keeping the costs per-stick pack low.
Graphics and text are printed right onto paper or film material that is specifically designed for flexible packaging. Paper works great with solids and powders and tends to be less expensive than film. Gels and lotions, however, should be packaged in film packets as it provides a better protective barrier and is more flexible against bending and twisting. Both materials create an airtight seal which not only protects the contents but also reduces spoiling or tampering.