Berlin Packaging sells child-resistant bags at wholesale prices. When child-resistant packaging is used correctly, they help prevent children from accessing products that may be harmful to them. Child-resistant packaging is useful in households with small children to re-package products such as dish-washing tablets, laundry detergent, or chlorine for cleaning. Small child-resistant bags are also suitable for storing medications and other medicinal products. With the growth of the legalized medical and recreational marijuana industries, child-resistant exit bags are becoming increasingly popular. Store marijuana products such as buds, flowers, and edibles like chocolates, brownies, cookies, and candies. Pair your child-resistant packaging with discrete eco-friendly paper bags, or printed reusable canvas bags to create and display your brand identity.

What Other Benefits Do Child-Resistant Bags Offer?

Child-resistant bags offer moisture and odor barriers to maximize product freshness and to eliminate any pungent odor of its contents. The bags are made with UV resistant materials for light-sensitive products and can be placed in the freezer. They are also BPA free and eco-friendly. If sustainable packaging is essential to your business, these bags are reusable and recyclable. The opacity of the plastic allows for discretion, as it prevents a visual identification of the contents. For products that do not require child-resistant packaging but still require odor-barrier packaging, like bath bombs, potpourri, or fragrant soaps, these bags and other resealable poly bags are suitable. 

How Child-Resistant Bags Work

Unlike other types of bags, child-resistant zipper bags feature a push-pull motion that creates challenges for children to open. Despite that safeguard, the bags are designed to be easy for seniors to access their medications when needed. The material is tear-resistant, and is compliant with the Poison Prevention Act. Look for the FDA child-resistant certification to ensure containers meet child protection industry standards before purchasing. 

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