Our bags offer a reliable solution for the sugar industry, providing moisture barrier properties, dust containment, enhanced protection, easy handling and filling, compatibility with bulk containers, and recyclability. These bags help maintain the quality and integrity of sugar products, ensuring that they reach consumers in optimal condition.

Food-grade material

Polypropylene liner bags used in the sugar industry are made from food-grade polypropylene, ensuring that they meet the required safety and hygiene standards for storing edible products like sugar. They are non-toxic and do not contaminate the sugar during packaging or transportation.

Moisture barrier

Sugar is prone to absorbing moisture, which can affect its quality and consistency. Polypropylene liner bags act as a barrier against moisture, preventing the sugar from clumping or becoming sticky. The bags help maintain the dryness and flowability of the sugar, ensuring that it remains free-flowing and easy to handle.

Dust containment

Sugar is a fine-grained product that can generate dust particles during handling and transportation. Polypropylene liner bags help contain dust, minimizing the risk of contamination and maintaining the cleanliness of the sugar. This is especially important for sensitive applications or industries with strict hygiene standards.

Enhanced protection

The liner bags provide an additional layer of protection for the sugar, safeguarding it from external factors such as physical damage, pests, and odors. They help preserve the quality, flavor, and aroma of the sugar throughout the supply chain.

Easy handling and filling

Polypropylene liner bags are designed for easy filling and handling. They are typically equipped with features like a filling spout or open top for convenient loading of sugar. Some liner bags may also have integrated ties or closures to secure the bag once filled.

Compatibility with bulk containers

Polypropylene liner bags are designed to fit inside various bulk containers used in the sugar industry, such as bulk bags (also known as FIBCs or flexible intermediate bulk containers) or drums. The liner bags are available in different sizes and configurations to suit the specific requirements of the container.


Polypropylene liner bags can be recycled, contributing to sustainable waste management practices. Recycling polypropylene reduces environmental impact and promotes the circular economy.