Stick Pack

Stick packs have been around for a long time, but have become an increasingly popular form of packaging for sugar powders because they make it easy to pour into the thin bottle neck of water, tea, and other beverages.

These small packets are made with a stick sugar packing machine that puts in the perfect amount of powder to flavor a regular sized bottle of water. The stick-shaped packages can come in a variety of colors and materials including plastic and paper. Much like other packets, they are able to hold a small amount of any powder that you wish to put in them. As mentioned before, they are very popular solutions for storing powdered juice and energy drinks.

The biggest and most important advantage of stick packs over other forms of packaging is how convent they are for the people who buy them. Because stick packs are small and narrow, they are easy to carry around in a backpack, purse, or even your pocket. Adding to the convenience of stick packs, they are also easy to pour into a water bottle or a bottle of tea with a thin neck. The packets are also made with a packaging machine for food packaging and powder, which makes it easy to produce a perfectly sized packet with the right amount of powder every single time. Not only are these packets convenient for the users, but they are also made in a convenient way.

Aside from the previously mentioned convenience of stick packs, they are also more eco-friendly than the square packets that are usually found in restaurants. A stick sugar packing machine uses less paper or plastic than a machine that packs other types of packets. This means that the stick sugar packs have a smaller negative impact on the environment.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of Stick Packs?

The primary benefit that stick packs holds compared to other forms of packing is the level of convenience it provides to the consumers regarding handling and ease of consuming the product. Stick packs are very narrow, so it makes it easier to pour the product inside the package into a bottle, if it is needed. Also, a stick pack contains a measured single serving that is small in size. So you don’t have to carry unnecessary load and also do not have to measure the content repeatedly.

Another important benefit of using stick pack is that its size is smaller than that of portion pack or sugar pack, therefore the impact on environment is less compared to other form of packaging.

Besides,stick pack also good for product Safety. When it comes to pharmaceutical products it is important that the form of packaging being used holds the integrity of the product. The stick pack is formed, filled and packed/sealed in a controlled environment and temperature, relatively low humidity, and controlled oxygen, which protects the product from contaminants.

Secondly,stick pack will mprove compliance. Products are packed in dosages or measuring single servings. This results in greater acceptance rate for the packaging. Also it provides grater portability and convenience. The compact size of the stick pack makes it convenient to carry around. It can be easily tucks in the pant pockets, backpacks handbags. Also, opening the stick pack is very easy and dispensing the product within is simple as well.

Which products are suitable for stick pack?

You can use stick packages of free flowing products such as sugar, salt, coffee, black pepper, liquid products such as ketchup, mayonnaise, water, milk, honey, shampoo, liquid soap, liquid chemicals, non free flowing products such as coffee, coffee cream, milk powder, powder chemicals, and among others.

Where is stick pack widely used?What are the benefits?

The following industries can benefit from using single-serve stick packs in specific ways:

Nutritional supplements including powdered vitamin mixes, energy blends, protein powders, and collagen. Using stick packs in this segment allows fitness and health-conscious users to follow the proper ratio for usage and consume these products on the go, including at the gym or health club.

Products in the pharmaceutical industry including single-serve medicines. Stick packs offer users the benefit of a single dose to avoid confusion concerning dose inconsistencies and risks related to them, as well as provide travel ease.

Cosmetics such as makeup or lotion samples allow consumers to test out your product or use them in their toiletries as travel products.

Coffee and tea products like instant coffee or tea allow users to make one cup on the go, and work well for use in hotels and restaurants.

In the dairy segment, products like yogurt, powdered milk, and creamers are kept fresh and ready for use. Stick packs give this segment incredible portability and single-serve, portion control use.

In the spices and sweeteners market, stick packs help users get the right ratio, and portion control for single-serve use on the go.

And for other powdered beverages like hot cocoa mix, mushroom coffee/other mushroom blends, and herbal elixirs, stick packs help to maintain freshness, ensure proper product to water (or other liquid) ration, and allow for easy use on the go.

What is the material used for stick packaging?

The film materials used for stick package applications includes PET, MET PET or PPFP (paper/foil-poly/foil) or even paper constructs. Die lines for the film used for stick packs are unique.

What is difference between stick pack and schet pack?

The shape of a stick pack is tubic, having a long, slender configuration. Typically, with a continuous side seam. A stick pack is at least four times longer than its width, with a common length ranging from 40 to 200 millimetres.

Sachets on the other hand are usually flat, and have a three or four-side-sealing.

To choose between sachet and stick packing machinery we usually depend on the type of product, what we use as flexible packing material, the quantity of the product in each pack, sealing method and desired production speed.

Stick packs and sachets are suitable for multi pack packaging, whether they contain pharmaceuticals, instant beverages, sugar, salt, spices or condiments.

The single-dose sachet packaging machines are horizontal or vertical packaging machines. It begins by cutting the film reel according to required dimensions, thus forming several rows

While The stick pack packaging is 3 sides heat-sealed film that is cut according to the number of tracks of the packaging machine. Such format, furthermore being aesthetically pleasing, allows notable ease of use and wrapping material saving.