It is evident that thicker materials offer better containment and minimize the risk of powder leakage and permeation. Therefore, we suggest opting for non-woven fabric materials with a thickness of 35g or higher. The 35g non-woven fabric and 35P PLA corn fiber both demonstrated excellent performance in preventing powder leakage and minimizing permeation. These options provide reliable and effective containment for matcha powder.
On the other hand, the 18g and 25g materials showed varying degrees of powder leakage and higher permeation rates. Hence, we advise against using these thinner materials for packaging matcha powder, as they may not provide optimal containment.
By selecting non-woven fabric materials with a thickness of 35g or opting for the 35P PLA corn fiber, customers can ensure the integrity of their tea bags and avoid issues such as powder leakage or permeation. These materials offer reliable containment and are suitable for preserving the quality of the matcha powder.
In conclusion, when choosing materials for tea bag packaging of matcha powder, we recommend prioritizing thicker options such as the 35g non-woven fabric or the 35P PLA corn fiber. These materials have proven to be effective in preventing powder leakage and minimizing permeation, ensuring a satisfactory tea brewing experience for consumers.
Post time: May-20-2023