Aaron L. Brody

Stick to it and often you can reap the benefits—that is the tale of stick packs in the United States. Thirty years since their introduction, stick packs are in the mainstream, but most people do not even notice their presence because they are so pervasive.

Stick packs are elongated tube-shaped flexible pouches usually sealed longitudinally along the back and across the top and bottom. Because they are smaller than conventional square or rectangular pillow pouches, they necessarily contain less pr…

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