There are a plethora of advantages to using Bag-in-Box for cider packaging. It’s a sustainable choice – not only is the bag and box 100% recyclable, but also lighter and more space-efficient in transit. This reduces the number of vehicles needed to transport it, and the amount of petrol they use up, as their cargo is lightened.
In fact, the cider Bag-in-Box is eight times more sustainable than its glass bottle counterparts, and reduces transport space by up to 92% – that’s quite a cost saving.
As well as generally being more eco-friendly, the cider Bag-in-Box has the advantage of appearing more sustainable to consumers, who are much more likely to opt for a cardboard option over a plastic one when given the choice.
The Bag-in-Box also keeps your cider fresh, reducing oxidation and meaning your customers can pour a tipple whenever they fancy one.
Of course, it’s also less likely to break than traditional glass bottles, with the protective bag layer and the cardboard layer much less susceptible to bumps in transit.
Six advantages of bag in box packaging:
First of all, the bags in box can adopt different material formula according to the performance requirements of different fields of liquid, so as to ensure the rationality, economy, safety and reliability of packaging.
The structure of the bag in box has good air tightness, which can provide satisfactory shelf life. It can still keep fresh for a long time after opening, with good quality and good oxygen permeability.
Bag in box is easy to use and can be opened and closed freely.
The overall weight of the bag in box is relatively light, and the transportation cost is relatively low.
The outer packing of bag in box can be made of different materials and shapes, which can form various styles and grades and meet the needs of different groups and occasions.
The bag in box is suitable for many kinds of packaging (1-25l).