Four Common Types of Coffee Packaging Bags
Coffee is a drink that most young people like now. In addition to Starbucks and other cafes, in fact, DIY at home is also a good life choice. Of course, the variety and origin of coffee beans are very important and directly determine the taste of coffee, but the packaging cannot be ignored. After all, tide coffee beans are not that tasty.
If the coffee packaging bags are made of a material with low gas barrier, even if it is tightly sealed, the aroma of the coffee will permeate. Also, oxygen, water vapor, and various other gases in the air penetrate into it. So what kind of bag is suitable for coffee packaging?
Four common types of coffee packaging bags
Of course, this kind of packaging can simply isolate the effects of moisture, flavor loss and light on coffee beans, but due to long-term contact with the air in the bag or container, the coffee beans inside are seriously oxidized, making their taste period shorter.
This packaging method will make the coffee and the packaging material closely fit together, that is to say, the coffee beans that are completely exhausted, otherwise the tightness of the entire packaging will be reduced and become soft and swollen.
Such packaging is usually used on water-cooled coffee beans, which have a shorter shelf life and a worse flavor. If the container is packed with hard materials, after vacuuming, due to the pressure difference between the coffee beans and the tank, the gas released by the coffee beans will make the whole environment saturated, thereby inhibiting the volatilization of aroma.
The above are four common types of coffee packaging bags, which have different preservation effects on coffee beans. We are one of the leading and professional coffee bag suppliers, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.