Packing 

Our flexible approach enables multiple size production runs and can pack in several packaging formats that keep beans at their freshest. 

 

Packaging

Machine made bags & sachets (espresso and filter with valves)

We can create gas-flushed machine-made bags of beans in weights from 100g to 5kg and everything in between. Choose from a range of coloured or kraft films or work with us to create a custom branded film. 

Pre-made bags and pouches (with valves)

Choose from a wide-range of pre-made packaging including bags and pouches in varying colours and textures. From 100g to 1kg, we will work closely with you to find the right packaging option. 

ESE pods

Lincoln & York is one of the UK's only producers of Easy Serve Espresso (ESE) pods. Available in 7g & 14g variants, ESE pods are a simple way to brew high quality espresso. 

Coffee bags

Individually packed 'tea-bag' style coffee bags can contain anywhere between 6-10g of freshly ground coffee. Our generic and recommended packed weight of 7.5g offers quality coffee in a convenient way. 

Specialist tins

Premium packaging has become a huge trend in coffee in recent years and we have invested in the automated lines to produce gas-flushed tins. A popular choice for retail coffee with a selection of labelling options.

Print & label solutions

We guard our customers' reputation as if they were our own. Our in-house label designer can work with you to develop a packaging solution on brand and on budget. 

To understand more about our packaging capabilities and what else is available to you, please request a digital catalogue by contacting your account manager or contact us here.

 

Relevant blogs

Introducing exciting new bags of flavour

It gives us a great sense of relief, and excitement, to be able to present to you our flavoursome new range of coffee bags: ‘Bags of Flavour’. View full blog

Coffee pods & ground coffee vs instant coffee

Instant coffee was created out of convenience, hence why it proved popular in ration packs for soldiers in both WWI and WWII. Troops from around the world benefited from that instant caffeine hit, once hot water was added to the granules. View full blogs