Patented Stand Up SqueezyStraw™ Dispensing Pouch
Desserts Application

The only pouch with a built-in sipping straw feature!
Just squeeze the pouch and sip the dessert through the straw.

Stand Up SqueezyStraw™ Dispensing Pouch packaging is a new technology that is perfect for desserts.

Low cost, easy to use, easy disposal, high-speed production, and the elimination of the need for a spoon makes the Stand Up SqueezyStraw™ Dispensing Pouch the ideal package for puddings and other dessert products.

The Stand Up SqueezyStraw™ Dispensing Pouch is made entirely from low cost, light-weight flexible packaging materials and can be made in any popular size, including 3 oz., 5 oz. and larger sizes of 8 oz. or more (the prototype shown in the photo below is 8 oz.). The 8 oz. size is estimated to cost less than 4¢ each in large volume quantities (50,000,000 packs / year) including the patent royalty. The typical 5 oz. dessert serving would cost about 3-1/2¢ each.


Stand Up SqueezyStraw™ Dispensing Pouch is easy to use, allows for maximum evacuation of the product and collapses into a small mass for efficient disposal.

The most important advantages of Stand Up SqueezyStraw™ Dispensing Pouch are:

√ Wide variety of sizes and shapes available
√ The lowest cost for producing a dispensing pouch
√ Made entirely of light weight, low cost flexible packaging materials
√ Portable, durable and easy to use (requires no spoon)
√ Great package for Grab ‘n’ Go applications

Stand Up Squeezy Straw™ Dispensing Pouch is produced on a horizontal thermoform / fill / seal machine equipped with die-cutting capabilities such as Multivac. The 8 oz. prototype shown at right was produced on a Multivac (, estimated to cost $500,000 to $1,000,000, depending on production requirements. The high speed version of this machine can produce 300 to 400 packs a minute, depending on product viscosity.

Stand Up SqueezyStraw™ Dispensing Pouch patented technology is available for licensing from The Barton Group LLC. See for details or call 917-647-6388.

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