Coffeepackager Sky Factory, a new coffee packaging company based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is working on packaging for the coffee industry.
The company has been working on a range of products, from coffee mugs to coffee cans, coffee grinders and roasters.
Coffeecampager is working with other companies, including the University of Maryland, to create packaging that is a bit less expensive than traditional packaging.
They’re looking to bring the same packaging to the market as a specialty coffee company.
Coffee packaging has been a growing trend in the coffee business for quite some time, but the new CoffeePackager could make the coffee process more efficient and easier to manage.
The CoffeeePackager uses a combination of plastic and metal to make a coffee package that is about 2.5 inches (6.5 centimeters) thick and weighs about 20 pounds.
The new packaging uses a proprietary technology to create an extremely thin layer of plastic to absorb the flavor and aroma from the coffee.
When the coffee comes out of the coffee grinder, the plastic absorbs the flavor from the beans, while the metal prevents it from falling out.
When it comes out the glass, the copper in the glass absorbs the aroma and flavor.
The copper and metal combine to form the copper and glass, while using the same material to produce the plastic.
This way, you don’t have to worry about the packaging being washed or recycled.
The packaging company is currently in the design phase.
It will be ready to go later this year.
They’ve already received a number of requests from coffee suppliers, and are looking to expand into the specialty coffee market.
CoffeePackager is not the first coffee packaging firm in the world to develop a coffee roaster.
But the Coffeabagger, the coffee roasting and packaging company, has been producing coffee roasters for over two decades.
The Coffeafeak has been brewing coffee for over 30 years, and was founded in 2012 by the former owner of the popular coffee shop and coffee bar Cafe Coffee Roasters.