Effectively Promote Your Brand With Custom Packaging for Restaurant Take-outs and Deliveries

Your restaurant packaging, as it appears on food deliveries and take-outs, is another platform for you to promote your brand. Use custom pouches, paper bags, sleeves, boxes, and labels to reinforce your branding and to promote brand loyalty among your customers.

Custom Packaging for Your Restaurant Business

Here’s all the custom packaging that you need for your business. With custom restaurant packaging, you can display your brand logo and any information about the food such as its nutritional content and any preparation instructions.

Custom Pouches
Custom Pouches

  • Heavy-duty barrier films
  • Flat & stand-up options
  • Custom sizes available

Flat Pouches
Flat Pouches

  • Coating options available
  • 3 barrier film options
  • Full-color printing


Stand-Up Pouches
Stand-Up Pouches

  • With sturdy bottom gusset
  • Reclosable zipper option
  • Full-color printing


Mailer Boxes
Mailer Boxes

  • Uses corrugated cardboard
  • Custom sizes available
  • Requires no adhesive


Product Boxes
Product Boxes

  • Coating options available
  • Cardstock or cardboard
  • Full-color printing


Shipping Boxes
Shipping Boxes

  • Uses corrugated cardboard
  • Custom sizes available
  • Full-color printing


Recycled Kraft Paper Bags
Recycled Kraft Paper Bags

  • 100% recycled Kraft paper
  • Comes in 2 standard sizes
  • Color options available


Discount Labels
Discount Labels

  • Coating options available
  • Custom shapes & size
  • Full-color printing


Packaging Sleeves
Packaging Sleeves

  • Uses durable paper stock
  • Gloss & matte coatings
  • Custom sizes available


Food Labels
Food Labels

  • Uses label or white vinyl
  • Matte or glossy coating
  • Custom shapes available


Product Labels
Product Labels

  • Uses white vinyl or label
  • Coating options available
  • Custom shapes & sizes


Level Up and Customize Your Restaurant Packaging

While customers will ultimately judge your restaurant based on the taste of your food, that doesn't mean you should neglect its presentation. Preparing a tasty and visually appealing dish for dine-in customers is relatively easy. However, if your customer is someone a couple of miles away, keeping your food presentable and fresh is a whole new challenge.

That's why you should switch to custom packaging. You can pick the materials that will help keep your food fresh and design a custom artwork that will remind people of your brand.

Switch to custom packaging now to level up your business and make it stand out from its competitors.


Use Branded Restaurant Packaging To Keep Your Food Fresh and Presentable

No matter how good your food is, sloppy packaging made with subpar materials will ruin it before it even reaches the customer. That is why it is important for you to invest in a custom packaging that will not only keep your food as fresh as possible but also make it appetizing to the receiving customer.

Create a custom restaurant packaging design that will perfectly encapsulate your brand and, at the same time, keep the focus of the customer on the food.

Just as you want food delivered fast, you can also get your custom packaging printed in the fastest time possible with NextDayFlyers. Customize your packaging however you like it. Choose from a wide array of custom containers and boxes and then create an artwork for them from scratch using our free online design tool.


Choosing Restaurant Packaging Supplies That Best Suit Your Needs

Consider what you're going to use the restaurant packaging for when you order supplies from a reliable and efficient online printing company like NextDayFlyers. Poorly designed packaging can leave a bad impression on your customers, or even worse, fail to keep your food fresh – which could be a disaster for your Yelp reviews.

Use packaging sleeves for ready-made meals that require refrigeration or for boxed food items that will be delivered straight to your customers. This way, the customer can easily tear off the sleeves to heat the food that they ordered. If you want a stickier application, ensure that your packaging sleeves come with a peel-and-seal adhesive.

If you want a reusable packaging that your customers can use even after they have enjoyed their meal, place orders in paper bags made from eco-friendly materials.

For long-distance deliveries or takeout, the best options to use for food orders are boxes. Items delivered in bulk are better stored inside shipping boxes. This is ideal for restaurants delivering stock to other branches. On the other hand, mailer boxes are ideal for delivering cooking kits, baked goods, and specialty items like spices, jams, and spreads.

For food samples during events, a convenient way to package edibles is through stand-up or flat pouches. This is perfect for snacks in small quantities and if your business has specialty products that you want to hand out for event attendees or loyal customers to try.

If you already have boxes or containers at hand, you can try using custom labels for the packaging. An added bonus is the fact that custom labels are also very easy to apply. You can go for individual cut-to-size labels or labels in rolls if you have an automatic label dispenser for an even easier application.


How Do I Design an Effective Restaurant Packaging?

An effective restaurant packaging is graded on two things - its design and its durability. How it looks to the customer and how it protects their order during the crucial period when it travels from the restaurant and into their doorstep. If it looks nice but isn't durable enough to survive delivery, then it only won half the battle. The same goes for unbranded containers that may be durable, but plain and boring.

To help you navigate this balancing act, we've listed three tips below that will help you design effective restaurant packaging.

Put the limelight on your brand.

What is your branding? Can your customer spot it on the packaging? Design your packaging with visual elements that remind your customers of your brand.


Use materials that will prolong the shelf life of the food being delivered.

Keeping the items as close to freshly-cooked so that the customer can experience eating the food like it was being served to them at your restaurant is the main challenge of food delivery. Use packaging that will keep the food items fresh and appetizing.


Simplicity is key.

Avoid including too much information on the restaurant packaging design. At most, include your logo and some information about your branches and contact numbers. You can include a website link or a QR code that will lead the customer to a webpage containing more information about the food.

Only order restaurant packaging supplies from a trusted, reliable, and efficient fast printing company like NextDayFlyers. Get your custom pouches, paper bags, sleeves, boxes, and labels done right with an on-time guarantee.



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Restaurant Packaging FAQs

When will I receive my order?
To get the estimated delivery date of your order, click on the “Delivery Estimate” link on the order calculator page. A pop-up will appear asking for your ZIP code. After entering, you’ll see the available delivery dates for your order.

What is the preferred file type when uploading my artwork?
We prefer a PDF file. However, we also accept the following file types:

  • Adobe Illustrator Artwork (*.AI)
  • Adobe Photoshop Image (*.PSD)
  • Encapsulated PostScript (*.EPS)
  • JPG image format (*.JPG)
  • Quark Xpress file (*.QXD)
  • Tagged Image File Format (*.TIFF)

Keep in mind that the file should also have a resolution of 300 dpi, in CMYK color mode, a 1/16" bleed, and a safety zone. Read the file preparation guidelines for more information regarding setting up your files for printing.

Do you check the design that I submitted before printing?
Yes. Before we print your order, we check the design for technical errors. We will send you an email if the corrections need your input.

For your peace of mind, you can request for a PDF proof. We will send you a PDF proof free of charge and we will wait for your approval of the proof before printing your order.

What if I can't find on your website the specifications that I want for a print product?
If the product that you have in mind isn't available on the website, you can request for a custom quote here.

How can I reach you if I have problems regarding my order?
If you encounter any problems during the ordering process or you want to modify your order, you can reach us at 855-898-9870. Our Customer Service hotline is available for 24 hours from Mondays through Fridays, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT from Saturday to Sunday.