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  1. #11
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    I know may be this is not a time for this recommendation but still, I want you or anyone who is in search of packaging for coffee. Should contact this website and get the packaging for them with the options like: free design support, free shipping, free lamination and some time % age off on all order.

  2. #12
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    Hello guyz here!
    I was reviewing your posts and wanted to share my personal experience with you about packaging and labeling. I am doing business with printcosmo.com that is the best printing press in USA. I would suggest you people to visit this site for packaging Boxes.

  3. #13
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    ULINE has great packaging options, if you don't mind doing all the labeling in-house. I think they're bags are some of the most affordable.

  4. #14
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    Hey SpringCreekCoffee! Regarding the best coffee packaging, that really depends on your specific needs. Will you be selling a lot of coffee? If so, tins and jars may not be the best choice since they take up a lot of space for storage. However, they're an awesome option for smaller runs of your really special coffees like an amazing geisha or special holiday blend. But for the normal, day to day coffee sales, flexible packaging is a solid choice. Roastar can hook you up with a designer at roastar.com/find-designer to help you make your packaging stand out and tell your marketing story.

    Since coffee needs to de-gas after roasting, you can get custom coffee bags with many different options to fit your packaging needs like degassing valves. Also tin ties, tear notches, and re-sealable zippers for maintaining freshness after opening. There are a couple great blog posts on roastar.com/blog that you may find useful as well.

  5. #15
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    I use Roastar for my packaging they are awesome to work with and the quality is amazing

 

 
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