Carry your brand further with custom bags from Bulldog Packaging

Bulldog Packaging offers a variety of products for takeout, from paper to non-woven, reusable totes.




 

Some say it’s what’s on the inside that counts. But when it comes to the restaurant business, customers seek the whole package. After all, appeal is half the meal, and sending out your product in generic, run-of-the-mill takeout packaging foregoes a great marketing opportunity for your brand. 

The food leaving your restaurant is your life’s work and image. When you show the same attention to care and detail in your packaging as you show to your food, customers readily associate your brand with a commitment to quality. Bulldog Packaging offers a variety of products for beautifully branded takeout bags, from paper to non-woven, reusable totes. While Bulldog carries a vast array of bags, their expertise is in reusable packing. These reusables come in sizes and at price points that are competitive with your current paper takeout bags.

Bulldog Packaging’s unique Versatote bag has been specially designed for the pizza business. The Versatote’s handles pull in flat to secure boxes or trays, preventing spilling and making a great presentation. After it’s used for takeout, the Versatote’s handles readjust, and the bag can be used again and again for grocery shopping, lunch bags or party bags.  

Bulldog Packaging’s Versatotes and full pan catering bags are available with or without insulation, depending on your needs. Turnaround is as fast as one week, with a low minimum order of just 100 pieces. Catering bags with your custom logo can be created at prices lower than catering boxes. Bulldog Packaging also offers sonic-weld reusable bags in five colors. Offered in either gloss or matte laminated paper, these bags look great and offer a nicer product at a price similar to what you may currently pay for a blank, onetime-use paper bag. Custom-printed paper takeout bags are also available with a low minimum order of 250 bags. 

Opting for reusable packaging doesn’t just enhance your brand image; it communicates your image as a company that sets high standards. With Bulldog Packaging’s low minimum orders and factory-direct pricing, you can easily try them and see for yourself how your customers react. Bulldog Packaging’s restaurant solutions help keep your brand ahead of the competition and help your business grow. In addition to quick turnaround times, they offer warehousing options to provide you with everything you need. 

Visit their website at bulldogpackaging.com or call (800) 392-5464.

 

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