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What is the difference between a stick pack and a sachet?

Sachets are packets or sealed pouches that contain liquids, gels, or powders and typically sealed on 4 sides. Stickpacks are tube-like packaging that is sealed on two ends with a continuous seam side.

1. Bag Styles

  • The stick pack is tubular in shape with an elongated configuration. Typically, there are continuous side seams.
  • Sachet is usually flat with three or four side seals.

2. Industries

  • Stick packs are mainly used for nutritional powders, sugars, flavors, and can also be used for some liquid products, such as syrups, shampoos, etc.
  • Sachets are great for packing small servings like sports drink powders or supplements.



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