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Our digital printing technology allows us to offer low minimum order quantities (MOQs), a 40-hour turnaround, and 24-hour shipping time.
Digital printing for custom coffee bags
Custom printed coffee bags help attract the attention of customers, and tell them everything they need to know about your brand with a single glance.
In a competitive retail market, customers quickly need to be able to identify your roastery’s brand when picking up a new bag of beans. Choosing full customisation is key for coffee roasters who want to differentiate themselves from other competitors.
Specialty coffee often comes with a rich backstory, and transparency and traceability are becoming increasingly important in the coffee sector. Today’s consumers want to know who grew the coffee, where it was produced, how it was processed, and how it was roasted, among many other important details.
Custom printed coffee bags allow you to integrate information about you and your coffee onto the packaging in a number of ways, such as QR codes, text, images, graphics, dates, and more.
Furthermore, by replacing labels with custom print, you are minimising the amount of materials used to package your coffee beans, and consequently reducing its carbon footprint.
To further customise your custom printed coffee packaging, you can also choose:
- Different inks and printing effects (such as embossing and debossing)
- Different coffee bags sizes and structures
- Eco-friendly packaging materials, including compostable and recyclable options
- Card slots
- Transparent windows
- And more
Digging into some technical details
Thanks to its colour automation with the inline spectrophotometer, we can easily meet the colour standards of your brand and achieve complete accuracy and consistency.
The HP Indigo 25K relies on liquid electrophotography (LEP) technology: a form of digital printing that can apply water-based inks to a range of sustainable substrates.
These substrates include recyclable and biodegradable materials, such as kraft paper, rice paper, polylactic acid (PLA), and low-density polyethylene (LDPE).