How To Package Brownies – The Packaging Doctor

Packaging DoctorAt Kite Packaging it’s no secret that we love food, all kinds of food and believe me the office is constantly flowing with a regular influx of cakes, biscuits, fruit, sweets – even samosas when holidays such as Diwali are on. Food is also a key industry for us in terms of packaging, and our online customers are very often independent bakeries and shops who need a low price, easy to use solution that protects delicate products.

It’s worth noting that all our products that have been designed for the food industry are free from chemicals such as our blue pallet wrap, and even presentation packaging such as our tissue paper is acid free to prevent colour bleeding in to products.

Very occasionally we get to sample some of the treats that we have supplied to – like today’s patient below. Sue’s brownies travelled from Scotland to our call centre in Coventry without a scratch! Check out how she kept them in perfect condition.

Hello Doctor,

I have recently opened up my own bakery and one of my customers requested a sample of my brownies, the problem I find myself facing is that this customer is over 360 miles away!

I need to ensure that the brownies stay as fresh as when they leave the kitchen and arrive in one piece. I am also hoping that you can suggest a solution that is simple and also promotes a professional presence; ideally I would like to then use this packaging across the business for consistency.  

Thanks, Sue

Hi Sue,

Ooh brownies, my all-time favourite sweet treat! Not to worry, I have the perfect, simple solution for you right at my fingertips.

Firstly, I would recommend our white cardboard postal boxes; these are a popular choice for companies specializing in attractive products and foodstuffs such as confectionery and cakes as they offer a secure and reliable delivery method with a professional and sophisticated finish. The boxes are available in a range of sizes, and 2 different styles; the tuck in flap or pizza box style, both come flat packed with no taping required.

In addition to the postal boxes I would recommend some small bubble wrap to line the box and protect the brownies; it proves invaluable to companies transporting items that can be easily damaged during transit and will ensure they all arrive in one piece.

I hope this helps.

Best wishes,
The Packaging Doctor

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