This is usually done with a machine that applies pressure to the ingredients, which are placed inside a metal die. The die forms the shape of the tablet, and the pressure ensures that the ingredients are tightly packed together. After the tablet is formed, it can be coated with a thin layer of pharmaceutical glaze or film coat to prevent it from crumbling.
Tablets are a convenient way to consume vitamin or nutrients as they are easy to take with you on the go, and they provide a consistent dose of vitamins and minerals.
If you’ve already developed a vitamin or custom formula and are looking for the best way to introduce your brand to the market, then a tablet may be the best delivery method for you. Reach out to one of our representatives today, and they’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have and provide you with a fair and accurate complimentary quote.
The Right Packaging Option for your Tablets
Different packaging options are available for tablets. For example, you can choose from blister packs, bottles, or pouches. Each option has its own advantages and disadvantages. When choosing a packaging option for your capsules, consider your needs and preferences.
- Blister packs may be the best option if you want a high degree of protection and easy storage.
- Bottles may be the best option if you want a high degree of protection and easy storage.
- Pouches may be the best option if you want a low degree of protection and easy opening.
For additional information or assistance selecting the right packaging for your needs, use the link below to request your free quote, and one of our representatives will be in touch!