Bar packaging

Mack Ransom
06/14/14 12:53:44
34 posts

I currently wrap my bars in paper backed gold foil, and then wrap them in a paper wrapper. The final product looks and feels wonderful, but it takes a lot of time to do this.My bars are 2 oz, 2.25" x 5.25" by .375".

I have wondered about other wrapping solutions. I see some bars out there are wrapped in a gold plastic tube, it looks like they are mylar? and are heat closed at one end. I wonder if any of you do this, and you have any pro and cons to tell me? Also, I have not found a source for these sleeves or tubes. Do you know where I might buy such tubes from?

I am also open to other packaging ideas if you have any to suggest.

Thank you!


updated by @mack-ransom: 04/10/15 14:35:50


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