SFT eliminates the well-known problem of bags being often tough to open. Even in thin, economy, single-use bags---e.g. laundry, trash, carry, produce, sandwich, freezer, leaf, utility---in short, any flat sidewelded bag or any side-gusseted bag.

"Opens first time, every time"™ can now be offered in economy bags, the biggest market segment.

Licensing available for qualified manufacturers, marketers, retailers, supermarkets, and corporate users.

End-user advantages for marketing:

   Hygiene advantage
  Economic advantage

  lead to your advantage through:
 Industry strategic implications

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Supermarkets use bags on the expense side and the retail side.

The expense side includes:

in-store produce bags

These are important because a well-run Produce dept. is the key profit center in the store. Improving the Produce-shopper's experience means shoppers will go with fresh over frozen/canned, and the store profits will benefit.

Bad produce bags are a source of considerable frustration. That's why shoppers waste so many bags. It's also why some have learned that rubbing an uncooperative bag between two tomatoes helps get it open. At least this is better than shoppers spitting on their fingers because the bags fight back.

Using SNAP™ bags for Produce will improve the shopper's experience, increase Produce sales, and improve the Store's bottom line.

Even the savings in wasted bags are enough to justify a switch to SNAP™. Wastage of Produce and Bakery bags is estimated in the region of 10%. As it costs much less than 10% to switch to SNAP™, the improvement to the bottom line is instant, immediate. All the other benefits (improved Produce sales, increased Store loyalty, improved hygiene) are a bonus. That bonus also talks to the bottom line.

It's a no-brainer. In fact, if you can show us where we have failed to make this case, we'll give you (provided you otherwise qualify) a 90-day License at zero percent, i.e. free.

in-store checkout bags

Where your employees handle loose bags, you can improve their workflow, work satisfaction, and efficiency by giving them the tools to do their job better. If the bags don't fight back, they save time, you save money.

The retail side includes:

...all manner of single-use bags for home use: kitchen catchers, trash, laundry, storage, sandwich, freezer, etc.

Many of these are subject to the well-known problem of being hard to get open. Ask a few consumers, or just ask yourself.

Once shoppers learn that there are bags that won't fight back, that will cooperate, that will open "first time, every time"™, their latent demand for a better product will become explicit demand. Recognition of the SNAP™ logos as indicators of bags that work properly will guide this demand to products that meet it.

Licensees' products will then begin to rapidly displace non-Licensees' products. Licensees will absorb market share from those who do not adopt innovation.

The supermarket will therefore improve its profits by handling SNAP™ superior products.

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