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Homesteading Tip-Make Your Own Coffee Bags

Sometimes I will lay down for a nap and get to thinking about things, and really obvious ideas hit me.

I have a Keurig, that I use in the winter more than anything (with reusable filters, not the cups from the store), and a French press that I love but hate taking apart to clean (and then the grounds get everywhere). 196 more words


Coffee Curtains

Took me a few days to make these. I sewed the bags together, then my boyfriend gave me a faster alternative, stapling! It shaved days off the production time. 28 more words


Preparations Completed / 仕込み完了

Now, as the weather became so hot, preparations had to be made.
This technique requires a large amount of beans.
Therefore this time, to save some money, I used those economical coffee bags sold at supermarkets.



Innes and Swan Tote Bags

My Innes and Swan shop is finally stocked with some products! I have been busy sewing up a storm creating these tote bags. The roomy shopping totes are made from upcycled jute coffee bags with repurposed belt handles. 69 more words


Plain Packaging - Titan Packaging Australia

For convenience and packaging on demand, Titan Packaging stock a range of plain stand up pouches, coffee pouches and vacuum pouches for Australian market.

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Food Packaging

Stand Up Pouch - Titan Packaging

The stand up pouch is one of the most recognised packaging styles available due to its popularity with consumers and retailers. Being practical and robust, it is ideal for products such as powders, grains, seeds and liquids such as soups and sauces. 164 more words

Food Packaging

How Our Block Bottom Bags Are The Best Solution For Coffee Packaging?

Coffee has become one of the most consumed beverages by people around the world and with this there are lots of industries that are merged with the production of coffee. 358 more words