custom packaging for coffee + tea

Coffee and tea products are the staple of many households, so it’s important that your coffee bean packaging bags and tea pouches are functional and capable of maintaining freshness. Help your bags and pouches stand out on shelf with a premium sensory experience of vibrant colors and textured films that serve as a sneak peak of the high quality coffee and tea product inside.

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upgrade your tea + coffee brand’s look 

Custom, printed pouches, showcasing your coffee or tea brand in vibrant colors and high-definition graphics are a sure way to differentiate your products from the competition. No matter where your products are sold — in local coffee shops, retail stores or online — there are many advantages to creating pre-printed pouches versus generic bags with hand-applied labels.

more space for your message

With custom printed flexible packaging, there is plenty of real estate available to tell your brand story, including the full front, back, and side panels of stand up pouches, and the front and back of lay flat pouches or pillow pouches.

premium packaging

First impressions matter. Digital printing allows brands to print multiple SKUs in one run, varying the color, graphics and design on each package. Coupled with low minimum orders and quick turnaround times, your seasonal flavors and product launches have a better chance of success, with a lower investment risk. 

less time + labor

Hand-labeling bags with stickers is a time consuming and tedious task. Put time back in your day and give consumers consistent and beautifully packaged products, time and time again. 

protective measures for your coffee beans packaging

Oxygen is the enemy of freshly roasted coffee. Because coffee gives off carbon dioxide after it is roasted, adding a degassing valve to your coffee packages allows the carbon dioxide to escape from the pouch without letting oxygen back in. This ensures a longer shelf life and fresh from the roaster quality.

Another way to safeguard your coffee grounds and tea leaves from the elements is with resealable zippers. Press-to-close zippers offer superior performance to tin ties or other reclosure methods by keeping contents fresh and securely inside, safe from accidental spillage. Lastly, high barrier films keep oxygen and moisture out, while sealing in the aroma. 

track + trace your product

Sourcing and cultivating sustainable coffee beans and tea leaves is important to not only you, but also your customers. With ePacConnect, you can showcase your hard work and dedication to crafting the perfect brew by mapping where and when that specific package was created and the journey that brought it into their hands.  You can also engage with and incentivize consumers with custom reward and loyalty programs, only possible with our digital printing technology.

take advantage of our full product portfolio

At ePac, we offer side gusset bags and stand up pouches for whole bean and ground coffee, as well as rollstock for fractional packs, filter packs and stick packs. These are available in standard sizes, or we can create custom coffee packaging to fit your specifications. We also offer sustainable pouches and rollstock with recyclable, post-consumer recyclable and compostable films. 

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coffee packaging faqs

What is your coffee packaging made of?

Our coffee packaging is made from a wide variety of films used in standard flexible packaging, all of which are functional and capable of maintaing frehsness. All of our coffee packaging is fully customizable to fit your needs and maintain the integrity and freshness of your whole bean or ground coffee. Choose from varying finishes and features to create a coffee package that serves as a sneak peak of the high quality coffee product inside.

What makes our roasted coffee and coffee bean packaging different?

First impressions matter. Digital printing allows coffee and tea brands to print multiple SKUs in one run, with photo-quality graphics and premium-grade films. Coupled with low minimum orders and quick turnaround times, your product launches have a better chance of success, with a lower investment risk.

What types of packaging are best for coffee?

At ePac, we offer side gusset bags and stand up pouches for whole bean and ground coffee, as well as rollstock for fractional packs, filter packs and stick packs. These are available in standard sizes, or we can create custom coffee packaging to fit your specifications. We also offer sustainable pouches and rollstock with recyclable, post-consumer recyclable and compostable films.

How does your packaging keep coffee fresh?

Oxygen is the enemy of freshly roasted coffee. Because coffee gives off carbon dioxide after it is roasted, adding a degassing valve to your coffee packages allows the carbon dioxide to escape from the pouch without letting oxygen back in. Our degassing valve, paired with our high-barrier films, helps to keep oxygen and moisture out, while sealing in the aroma.

Do you offer sustainable or recylable options for coffee and coffee bean packaging?

We do! At ePac, we offer a variety of different sustainable packaging options, which you can learn more about here.

What is your turnaround time on coffee packaging?

Our turnaround time is 5 business days for rollstock, and 15 business days for finished pouches, once your artwork has been approved.

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