Side Gusset Pouch
Open or Sealable pouch with side-gussets that form a stable block bottom for shelving.
Flexographic and digital printing is available up to 10 colors for customized brand messaging to achieve great shelf impact and communicate company values.
Side gusseted pouches have excellent stability and great filling volume, ensuring that the packed products are neatly contained and presented on the shelf.
Dry Food: Dry Fruits, Granola, Pulses & Grains, Nuts, Confectionery, Cereals, Dry Pasta
Tea: Loose Tea, Tea Bags
Coffee: Roasted and Grounded Coffee Beans, Supplement Powder
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Compostable side gusset pouches are made from TIPA laminates that enhance properties like shelf-life, durability, printability, barrier, and sealability while maintaining a sustainable end-of-life. The compostable side gusseted pouches provide excellent stability and great filling volume, ensuring that the packed products are neatly contained and presented on the shelf.
Absolutely. Just like nature’s packaging, TIPA’s compostable side gusseted bag placed in a compost environment, will biodegrade eventually, becoming a rich nutrient compost that returns to nature. Conventional flexible plastic packaging, on the other hand, is almost impossible to recycle and ultimately becomes microplastic that pollutes our planet
TIPA’s gusseted pouches are made of a proprietary blend of fully compostable polymers that are both bio-based and fossil-based (Yes! Fossil-based polymers can be compostable too). This blend provides our packaging with similar properties and capabilities to conventional plastic, so brands can use compostable packaging for their chain of supply without compromising on quality or sustainability.
Put the bag in a compost bin at home or in an organic waste bin at your local waste treatment center if the facility accepts compostable packaging. The conditions in this environment will trigger the bag to decompose into water, CO2, and biomass, eventually becoming a rich nutrient compost
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