US – US-based packaging company Novolex has launched tamper-evident paper bags designed for takeout orders and home deliveries.
Manufactured by the company’s Duro brand, the Load & Fold and Load & Seal shopping bags are intended to provide more secure transport and deliveries for restaurants and retailers.
Novolex said that the Load & Seal bags have a built-in tamper-evident adhesive strip to enhance secure deliveries.
The Load & Fold bags provide an ‘upscale folded top security’ option with a customer-supplied branded label or other adhesive strips to seal the bag.
Both bag designs have a wide opening for easy loading and a flat bottom for keeping the items secure. They also feature sturdy paper twist handles that are designed to provide easy, reliable carrying.
Novolex Innovation Director John Veder said: “With demand for retail and food deliveries, along with carryout meals continuing to soar, these paper shopping bags offer convenience, security, and peace of mind for customers and business owners alike.
“They can be used in a wide variety of applications where tamper evidence and functionality are key.”
The innovative designs provide an extra level of confidence to customers since they know their order has not been touched after being placed in the bag.
With the tamper evident seal or label intact, the customer is assured they are the first to open the paper bag.
This sends a message to guests that you care about their safety, which in turn helps to build consumer loyalty for your business.
In addition, with tamper-evident packaging, the strong seal can prevent spills and damage during bumpy car rides.
Based in Hartsville, Novolex develops and manufactures diverse packaging products for multiple industries in the food service, delivery and carryout, food processor and industrial markets that touch nearly every aspect of daily life.
The firm’s family of brands provides customers with innovative food and delivery packaging and performance solutions products for their business needs today while investing in research and development to engineer more sustainable choices for the future.
Operating 57 manufacturing facilities in North America and Europe, including two plastic film recycling centers, the company employs more than 10,000 people.
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