Aluminum foil bags are generally divided into industrial aluminum foil bags
and credit aluminum foil bags. Industrial aluminum foil bags are mainly used in electronics, daily necessities, etc., and their material requirements may be slightly lower. However, in the case of aluminum foil bags for food packaging, food-grade, odorless, non-hazardous, and non-polluting packaging bags are required. The food aluminum foil bag is also composed of a variety of materials. When selecting materials, environmental protection and other materials need to be selected. For example, if strong stretchability is required, nylon materials can be considered. Different materials have different characteristics, which can be selected according to customer requirements. On the other hand, aluminum foil bags are generally printed with dazzling patterns according to customer requirements. In terms of selecting ink, they also need to be free of pollution. The aluminum foil bags used for inner packaging should be printed as little as possible, which can reduce costs and reduce pollution. The vivid colors of printing will inevitably attract the attention of customers, but the ink itself has a certain degree of pollution, so the packaging bags that need to be printed should minimize the printing colors, which can reduce costs and pollution.
The increasing consumption demand in key segments such as flexible packaging solutions
, flexible packaging solutions and flexible packaging solutions have been driving the sales of and its derivatives worldwide.
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