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EcoPackables PCR reLaminate™ Flat Sachet

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2,500 - 5,000 units is the minimum for custom packaging (100 units for boxes). Stock items are available at low quantities.

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EcoPackables PCR reLaminate™ Flat Sachet

Our sustainable flat sachets are made by sealing three sides and leaving a side left for customers to fill and seal. They are the ideal solution for small-volume packaging requirements. Available at an MOQ of 10,000 units, we have a number of different options, each having different moisture barriers. Sizing, print, and features can be fully customized.

Add ons:
- Tear Notch
- Hang Hole for Retail
- Laser/Perforation cut
- Hang Hole for Retail

- Gloss / 
Matte / Spot Matte

Experience the versatility and sustainability of flat sachet pouches. These sleek pouches are designed for convenience and practicality, making them perfect for various use cases. Whether you're packaging single-serve coffee, herbal teas, spices, or health supplements, flat sachet pouches ensure freshness and portion control with their resealable design. For eco-conscious businesses, flat sachet pouches are an excellent choice, as they require minimal material compared to bulky packaging, reducing plastic waste. Their lightweight nature makes them ideal for shipping efficiency, while their customizable branding enhances product visibility on shelves.

Discover the power of reLaminate, our cutting-edge laminate that embodies modern innovation and sustainability. Made with food-safe, Post-Consumer Recycled PE, reLaminate is a testament to our commitment to eco-friendliness and reducing plastic waste. By utilizing recycled materials, we contribute to the circular economy, giving used plastics a new lease on life. This material is not only recycled and classified as #4 recyclable with other thin film, but also offers a more cost-effective solution with a longer shelf life compared to other material options.

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EcoPackables D41 Film

Transparent film made from a unique blend of Cornstarch and PBAT, a bio-based polymer. Both sides are sealable and printable, with thickness ranging from 20-100μm. Used as single layer in laminates.

Recycled Kraft Paper

FSC-Certified Post-Consumer Recycled Paper that is printed on with non-toxic inks. Heavily customizable and avaialbe in 90-330gsm.

EcoPackables D42 Film

Semi-Opaque Compostable Film made from a unique blend of Cornstarch and PBAT, a bio-based polymer. Both sides are sealable and printable, with thickness ranging from 30-110μm. Colors can be customized.

Our current MOQ for customization is 5,000 units. The following features can be customized:

- All-over print on all sides of the packaging

- Sizing and volume

- Thickness and barrier

- Number of adhesives and tear strips

All stock packaging ship same-day from San Diego, California. Domestic shipping is free and carbon-neutral, and takes around 2-5 days depending on shipping destination. International options are available as well. 

For custom orders (5,000 MOQ), current lead times are ~35-55 days. 

Our EcoPackables D-films™ and E-laminates™ adhere to the following standards:

EN 13432, ASTM D6400, AS 4736/AS 5810 and TÜV OK Compost Home. Our products are certified by TÜV Austria, Din Certco, ABA for industrial composting, or certified as home compostable by TÜV Austria and ABA.

GRS 4.0 Certified Recycled Film

If you’re a business/distributor that currently ships over 2,000 packages a month, we have custom & high-volume manufacturing options available for you. For stock packaging, bulk discounts are also available at the 5,000 unit minimums. Let us know if this is something you’d like to explore!