If you look at the pallet cap, the black plastic, it only goes down 12-16" on the sides of the pallet. Then, the package is
wrapped in plastic. The plastic wrap funnels the water that falls on the top of the pallet , sending the water down the pallet
sides, under the plastic wrap, but on top of the black plastic cap. Once the water passes the black cap, it is on the bags. The
water will travel to the lowest point, usually some where in the center of the pallet, following channels and edges created by
the pattern the bags are stacked in. This is why some bags are wetter than others on the same pallet.
This happens with any bagged product packed the same way. The Kimmel bags are a weave, Blashack are a solid plastic
with "gills" on the sides. Is one any better than another? Hard to say. The gill bags may be tougher only because water
will not drain from a bag on the pallet once it gets wet. The weave may... It is really luck of the draw as to how much
water is in a bag on any given load.