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Top 5 Shopping Bags: Now these are Available at the Wholesale Prices in US.

Do you want your business to grow rapidly? Are you looking for a way to improve your branding, meanwhile adding convenience for your customers? Then your solution is there with the right choice of sh...

4 Retail packaging for the businesses in 2016

As per the branding experts, it is highly important to create packaging designs which stand out on the shelf. This helps in establishing customer’s loyalty. Undoubtedly, marketers and branding pr...

Essential Tips To Select the Right Retail Bags for Your Business!

For every business, it is important to differentiate from the competitors. And all the difference you make depends on your marketing plan… “The aim of marketing is to know and understand the cust...

Stand-Up Pouches: Are They Making Up To The Future Of Packaging?

In the last few years, an exponential growth has been observed in the U.S. market for products with stand-up pouches. Together with Canada, it has used around 19.8 billion stand-up pouches in the last...

NYC’s 5-Cent Plastic Bag Tax Fee Delayed (Until February)

Big news for the city shoppers- now at least till February, you don’t need to pay five cents for plastic shopping bags. Yes, you read it right! On Tuesday evening, the state Senate passed a bill st...

Albany Pols Express their love for Plastic Bags!

While the world is running behind methods to make earth a pollution free planet, there is something coming opposite from the New York State Legislature. If you remember, the recently adopted 5 cent fe...

Stand Up Pouch Packaging: The Newer Way To Success!

Packaging industry has gone through the sea of change over the last decade. While several innovations come and go, the one ruling the market these days is of stand-up pouches. Yes, these have come for...

The Disposable Bags Get Approval from NYC Lawmakers for 5-Cent Charge

Now you'll be charged for that plastic bag you use at the grocery store. Yes, you read it right! The New York City Council committee recently recommended a 5 cent fee, which was passed in a 28-20 vote...