We’ve sold bag in boxes for over a decade now so we know a bit or two about them! The concept of bag in box is easy to sell — cidermakers and apple juice producers can open up their market to include festivals and other events where glass is not welcome; they can increase their pack sizes; and their product can be consumed for weeks or months after opening. What is harder to sell, however, is that not all bag in boxes on the market are the same. Through experience, we’ve learnt that there are good bag in boxes which keep your product in good condition and retain their shape, and there are sub-standard bag in boxes that split, collapse and/or cause your product to deteriorate. We’ve spent a lot of time over the years working with trusted manufacturers to ensure that the bag in boxes we offer are good quality.

Here are some of the key features of our bag in boxes:

  • Multilayer bags for strength, low oxygen permeability and high oxygen barrier (see our website for the stats)
  • A Vitop tap and gland help prevent oxygen ingress and produce a tight seal which will withstand several thousand manipulations (stats provided)— the tap includes a tamper-evident tear strip
  • Strong walled cardboard box (see our website for specification) with loose cardboard insert on larger sizes for reinforcement of base
  • Strong, easy-assembly self-locking bases with easy fold-in- tops

See our website for more details. You can order bag in boxes, or the bags and boxes separately.

If you’d like to discuss bag in box filling with us and hear more about our range of bag in box fillers, please call us on UK 01404 892100.

We look forward to hearing from you.

The team at Vigo Ltd

Published by Vigo Ltd

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