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Coffee Char in Lrg Polypropylene bags?

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I'm looking for a way to increase the volume of my lump containers and reduce the price..
Those 10kg/22 LB boxes take up too much room in the containers.

If I were to ship in commercial volume polypropylene bags, how heavy could they be?  20kg/44 Lbs or 30kg/ 66Lbs?
This could bring the cost down. Maybe drop the PP bags into a paper bag to keep the dust in.

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Most of the large lump bags are around 35 lbs.  44 lbs would be doable. 66 lbs is to heavy to be reasonably managed by the end user 

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I also think the 44# bag would be ok.

Fogo is 35#; it is packaged in what appears to be a cross breed of poly/paper.

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I agree with the others: 20 Kg is large enough. It's not just the weight in itself, it is trying to keep a grip on the weight in a paper or poly bag. When large (80-100 pounds) animal feed sacks were made with jute or hemp, they were much easier to handle.

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