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Chocolate bar wrappers
March 18, 2006
1:11 pm
Dale
United Kingdom
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Hi,
l am about to open my chocolate shop soon and an having a nightmare on deciding how to package my own chocolate bars. We realy wanted to have them unrapped in a glass cabinet so customers could see what they are buyiing but qiuckly dismissed that idea due to flavour contaimation, freshness etc. we are now thinking of foil wrapping with a printed sleeve, but this is a little boring and predictable.
dont like the box idea, so realy need a few surgestions or ideas.

http://www.thechocolatedeli.co.uk

www.thechocolatedeli.co.uk
March 20, 2006
1:28 pm
wrks4choc
Hopewell Junction, USA
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Dale,
You might want to thing about a clear cello pkg. There are polypropolene and cellphane bags you can get custom made and you heat seal the ends, so you can see the product but also keep it fresh. I can give you a few company names if you like.

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March 20, 2006
7:19 pm
Dale
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would love any info, Thanks

http://www.thechocolatedeli.co.uk

www.thechocolatedeli.co.uk
March 20, 2006
8:25 pm
wrks4choc
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I’m just in the process of gathering this info. myself, so here are the best companies I’ve found thus far, however, there may be others more local to you that might work out better, but at least this gives you a starting point. You will need a heat sealing machine to go with this process as well, these companies can probably give you more info.on that.
Nashville Wraps: 1-800-547-9727/www.nashvillewraps.com
Veripack: 1-800-388-4344/ http://www.veripack.com
Bradley’s: 1-800-621-7864/ http://www.bradleybag.com
Hope this helps!
JoAnne

Keep it Sweet!

Keep it Sweet!