Our bespoke pet food pouches and packaging are suitable for wet and dry products and contain high barrier packaging materials including nylon, aluminium and metallised polyester. Our rotogravure printing is of the highest quality, producing bespoke pouch packaging which guarantees your products will be noticed.
Our high barrier pouches are ideal for the pet food industry and are available in a variety of finishes including matte and gloss. Whether you need dry pet food packaging or wet pet food packaging, the square bottom doypack or pouch with a grip seal closure has become very popular in this industry and really makes your products stand out in a retail setting. We never compromise on the quality of our pouches and will work with you to produce pet food packaging you will be proud to show off to your customers.
We understand that switching to bespoke pouch packaging for the first time can be a stressful project for you. Our pouch specialists have the experience to guide you through the whole process and will always be on hand to answer your questions. If you need us to choose the materials and design your artwork for you, we have the knowledge and attention to detail to achieve your aims to the highest standards.
Ensure your pet food pouches are visually appealing as well as functional. At Polypouch we have a highly skilled in-house graphic design team whose attention to detail will develop your brand to make your products the popular choice amongst pet owners. Browse our bespoke pouch packaging for samples of some of our team’s work.
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Ever since the canning process was first introduced to food manufacturing in the 19th century as a way of keeping food fresh and extending its shelf life, food retailers for both humans and pets have benefited from packaging their products in cans.
However, in recent times there has been a shift amongst pet food manufacturers’ packaging moving away from cans and towards pouches or bags. Demand for metal cans as a method of pet food packaging has dropped in recent years, indicating that pouches are becoming the universally preferred packaging method in the industry.
Perhaps the clearest motivation behind the shift towards pouch packaging is the functionality which pet owners would be most easily won over by – the ability to tear the package open with ease, reseal the pouch and then be able to open it again at a later time to access the food again. In this scenario, a grip-seal resealable pouch packaging is ideal as it cuts down waste if the pet food package contains more than one serving.
Generally speaking, storing pet food in pouches boasts a number of benefits when compared to canned pet food beyond the ease of resealing the packaging. Not only does selling pet food in pouches mean pet owners don’t have to repackage the remaining contents of a tin into a separate container, but it is also considerably safer when it comes to a pet’s health.
Leaving open tins of pet food in the fridge is frowned upon by health professionals due to the fact that once exposed to air and the rest of the fridge’s contents, the food can change flavour, turn mouldy or even absorb metal particles; thus becoming a hazard to the pet. On the other hand, high-barrier aluminium pouches offer one of the best barriers in the flexible packaging industry, protecting pet food from moisture, oxygen and smells – therefore keeping it fresh and healthy!