Flexible packaging is the trendiest packaging solution these days, preferred by many marketers for its versatility, resistance and suitability for executing very attractive, high-quality packaging designs. Flexible packaging can be executed from a wide range of materials, including cardboard, paper, metal foil and plastic film and is suitable for small and large packages as well – qualities that make the solution great for a large variety of products. Here are some of the most common uses:
- Cosmetics products – numerous manufacturers of cosmetic products have decided to replace the bottles and boxes they have previously used with stand-up pouches and other forms of flexible packaging. These new packages are usually more colorful, more attractive and mire durable than more traditional materials;
- Food products and beverages – flexible packaging materials are available in heat-resistant and microwaveable variants that are very well suited for foods and beverages;
- Pharmaceutical products – laminated aluminum foils are the most common choice for packaging tablets and other medicines and laminated bags and pouches are also very frequently used in the industry, including cannabis packaging labels Colorado is offering;
- Construction materials – many marketers choose to sell their insulation in flexible foils, while many other products that come in powder or liquid for are packaged into resealable pouches or bags.