Bag-in-box packaging utilizes a box, bag, and fitment to transport and dispense liquid products both efficiently and without contamination.
The bag is first filled with liquid product, and then a fitment is placed to secure the packaging. The bag is then placed in a box to ensure safety in transportation and dispensing.
Bag-in-box was pioneered and patented by William R. Scholle in 1955, and it was initially used to safely transport battery acid to automotive filling stations and repair shops. While only starting off in the automotive industry, this packaging system quickly spread to other industries. After the aseptic filling process was perfected in 1956, bag-in-box was able to expand into working with food and beverage products. Learn about the roll Scholle IPN played in developing aseptic packaging.
Stand out in crowded retail aisles by offering flowable products in unique, multi-use packaging that consumers can dispense on-tap. Bag-in-box keeps air out, maintaining freshness and product quality longer once opened.
Our bag-in-box products power dispensing systems around the world. Any liquid product—whether it’s a food, beverage, or chemical—dispenses safely, efficiently, and thoroughly with our complete bag-in-box systems.