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Bags generally refer to flexible packaging products that are enclosed on all but one side to form an opening that may or may not be closed after filling. When closed, bags feature separate closures such as twist ties, clips, or adhesives. In some applications, bags are known as sacks or liners.
The largest nonfood markets for bags are pet food, agricultural and horticultural products and paper and textile products, which collectively accounted for 53% of nonfood bag demand in 2021.
Demand for packaging bags is expected to grow 2.4% per year to $9.9 billion in 2026, losing share to pouches due to the latter’s superior performance properties.
Food uses accounted for a majority of packaging bag demand in 2021, accounting for 54% of the total.