Why hermetic cans for your coffee packaging?

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Why hermetic cans for your coffee packaging?

Why hermetic cans for your coffee packaging?

Hermetic cans protect the quality of your coffee like no other form of packaging can. Air-tight, hermetically-sealed tin packaging provides durability and stability that will safely deliver your coffee to your customer. Additionally, the shelf-life of coffee kept in hermetic tin cans is much longer compared to other storage methods. Once your customer brings home and opens their can, the coffee inside will continue to keep its quality for a long time.Get more news about Coffee Tins Factory,you can vist our website!

Coffee tin packaging provides a timeless and quality shelf-appeal that is sure to help your coffee stand out from other brands. Tin packaging with vibrant graphics, reflectivity or embossing is hard to overlook. The superior look and feel of custom tins give the impression of quality. The collectability helps to sell the product inside and provides a lasting advertisement.

With our unlimited selection of custom, decorative options, as well as our ability to create a new design to fit your brand, we're confident that we can produce tin packaging to fit your coffee product requirements. We also offer the option of a decorative metal snap cover that can be printed and/or embossed with the customer's design or logo. It is a great way to finish off the can and make it a collectible.
We understand your need for a well designed, air-tight coffee package that makes no excuses when it comes to sustainability. It’s a major advantage that metal packaging is infinitely recyclable.

Steel is unique in that it can be recycled over and over again without degradation of quality. It embodies a circular economy as it goes from steelmaking to manufacturing to consumer to post-consumer recycling. Once the can is recycled, it can become any number of things: part of a bridge, a support beam, a bike, a travel mug, a playground, another coffee can, etc. When metal products are thrown away, they are retrieved from landfill waste by magnet and then properly recycled. For these reasons, the world recycling rate of steel has consistently ranged from 70-90% every year. It is the #1 most recycled material- more than aluminum, glass, paper, and plastic combined!I’ve had this vintage coffee tin for a while and then a found a vintage looking one at TJMaxx and so I had to re-do my little kitchen shelf decoration (of course)!

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I love the new tin since it has a rooster on it! I also put a few cups that I rarely use on the shelf (which I think is my best garbage day find EVER).
1. You are going to print out the words that you want on your sign. So what I do is open Word and start playing with the different fonts and sizes. It all really depends on the size of your sign. To change size you have to type in the size you want in the font size box and then hit enter.

2.To transfer your word(s) onto your sign use either graphite paper which is what I did here or cover the back of your paper with artists charcoal/crayon or if it’s not a lot of letters you can just press real hard and that will leave an indentation of the letters on your wood. I’ve used all these methods and the graphite paper ($2 at Michaels) has been the easiest to work with.

3. Use a dull pencil or something that’s not too pointy and trace over your printed out letters. You should have your board, graphite paper and printed out words in that order.

4. Now that your letters are transferred, all you have to do is fill them in! You can use a brush or a paint pen if you think your hand isn’t steady enough for a paint brush.


I’ve used them both and I find I like the paint pen better – it’s easier for me to trace around the letters and then fill in. But if you like using a brush, a firm angled one is easiest to use in this application.