Other packaging of dietary supplements

 

Small bottles are a convenient and economical form of packaging that ideally protect dietary supplements during transport and storage. Depending on the bottle capacity they can hold from 30 to 120 capsules or tablets. Vials have a large surface area for labelling the dietary supplements. They are made of HDPE, LDPE and PP materials. The most commonly used capacities for packaging dietary supplements range from 25 to 150ml.

     

 

Blisters allow for packaging several pieces of the product in a manner that makes it easy for carrying. There are 10 - 15 tablets/capsules in a blister sheet on average. The advantage of a blister is a separate closure for each dose of the supplement. Blisters are made from PVC, PVC/PVDC, PVC/PE/PVDC and closed with a convenient, easy-to-open aluminium foil. Sets of blister sheets (e.g. with a monthly supplementation) are packaged in unit cartons that allow labelling and provide room for supplement descriptions. If required, the package can be supplied with an information leaflet.

 

     

Bags enable packaging from a few dekagrams to a few kilograms of the supplement in one package. Flat bags, standing bags with a side crease or Doypack sachets are made of stratified foil: paper, aluminium, polypropylene, polyethylene or polyester, finished in white, pearl white, metallised or transparent.

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