Janice Kanniah

Janice is freelance writer based in South Africa and has written for MTPak Coffee since 2020. Her interests are in writing about sustainability, the circular economy, and the future of the environment.

How the font on custom coffee bags portrays your brand

Custom coffee bags that feature an eye-catching font can help increase brand awareness, recognition, and boost sales....

How to make custom printed coffee bags look natural

How can brands benefit from custom printed coffee bags without overwhelming customers with the design?...

Which coffee packaging is best suited for B Corp-certified brands?

As calls for transparency grow louder, many brands are choosing to invest in coffee packaging made from sustainable or compostable...

Exploring the potential of transparent coffee packaging

Transparent coffee packaging puts the roasted beans on full display, allowing customers to see exactly what they’re...

Examples of sustainable coffee bags that contribute to a circular economy 

Sustainable coffee bags were created to offset the millions of tons of plastic packaging produced...

How to ensure sustainable coffee bags are circular economy compliant 

Sustainable coffee bags do a lot to reduce packaging waste, but how can brands ensure they are compatible with a circular...

Using pearlescent coatings on sustainable coffee bags

Pearlescent coatings on sustainable coffee bags can help a brand stand out in an increasingly competitive market....

Which lids are best for takeaway coffee cups?

More often than not, takeaway coffee cups come with a lid. But, how sustainable are these accessories? And how can brands ensure they're not contributing to plastic...

Clear polyethylene: How does it work with recyclable coffee bags?

Recyclable coffee bags that contain clear polyethylene (PE) will have to convey disposal instructions to ensure they're disposed of correctly....

UV protection in sustainable coffee bags: Understanding materials 

Sustainable coffee bags may be a popular packaging option, but do they provide adequate UV protection for coffee.?...

Automation and coffee packaging: A match made in heaven? 

Automation in coffee has several benefits, such as quickly filling coffee packaging, detailing consistent roast profiles, and more. ...

Upcycling: An effective way for coffee roasters to reduce waste

Upcycling coffee waste such as ground, chaff, and coffee bags is an effective way for coffee roasters to reduce the carbon footprint of their business....

Online coffee sales: Is shared shipping and reduced packaging the future?

For online coffee sales, shared shipping or “ship on own container” options have become a popular way for customers to order coffee without secondary, excessive...