A Growing Market
Demand for legalization has been skyrocketing with a monumental push to end the prohibition on marijuana.
Now, more than half of the country has some way for patients to get access to legal weed. But the ball is just starting to roll. In the next few years, the market is expected to more than double, so now is the time to for companies to perfect their process.
Growing marijuana is no easy task. It takes skilled individuals who really care about the quality of their product. And that is something that we can relate to.
We know that exceptional customer service and a high quality product that is less expensive than others on the market is what builds strong relationships between companies, and we are here to give you just that.
So, what’s the big deal about these FIBC bulk bags?
Let’s start with our best seller in the industrial hemp and marijuana industry. The 35″ x 35″ x 45″ Bulk Bag (Duffel Top & Spout Bottom) is a 100% virgin polypropylene container that meets the requirements set forth by the FDA for safe food contact. It features a duffle top that can be closed and holds approximately 34.1 cubic feet or up to 2,200 pounds of weight. It also has a discharge spout, which can be opened and closed, at the bottom of the bag for easy access to the product inside.
If you don’t need a spout, we have plenty with flat bottom bags too. The 35″ x 35″ x 36″ Bulk Bag (Duffel Top) is the most popular flat bottom bag for the industry, but please note it is not food safe. See the 35″ x 35″ x 40″ Bulk Bag for a food safe option that has a duffle top and flat bottom.
Many of our bags are in compliance with the Food and Drug Administration 21 CFR 177.1520, and meet the requirements set forth by the FDA for safe food contact. That means they’re safe for storing consumable products like the flowers and edibles.
Beyond that, there are many different styles to choose from. All bags have handles on the sides that allow forklifts to move them with ease. Some come with duffle tops and others are open, perfect for composting unused raw materials.