The flexible composite bag includes an inner bag that is enclosed by an outer bag.
The system forms a bag, fills the bag with product, and seals the bag.
The inner bag is inside of the outer bag.
An infusion bag, such as a tea bag, is formed from perforated material permitting infusion of a substrate contained in the bag when the bag is steeped in a fluid.
By opening one of the end seals in the outer bag (1), the inner bag (3) can be turned out of the outer bag, and the contents (5) of the package can be observed visually through the inner bag.
A method for filling pouch packages or envelopes, in particular for food and/or pharmaceutical products, of the type comprising the steps of: opening the pouch; filling the pouch with selected products; closing the pouch.
A flexible pouch arrangement includes a pouch (10) that can be converted to a pouch-bowl (51).
The pouch-bowl can be eaten directly therefrom.
When the pod is placed in the receptacle, a fixture of the apparatus pierces the pod and forces warm water through the pod.
A pair of pouch opening fingers are displaceable between a raised position above the pouch and a lowered position within the pouch.
An extraction assembly (10) for extracting the contents of a sachet comprises a sachet housing (12) to receive a sachet and an extractor (14).
The pouch also includes (iii) a flap above the pouch that is joined to the pouch along the top seal.
An apparatus for making the pouch, and a method of making the pouch, are also disclosed.
The packet is associated with a packet holder (16).
A pouch assembly contains a moisture absorbent material disposed in a porous pouch.