Food Safe Packaging - Organic, perishable material that will be shipped across the globe needs packaging that can stand up to the elements.
Several factors can damage food products, leading to spoilage and dissatisfied customers.
Moisture and humidity can result in mold formation and a reduction in the structural integrity of the food.
Exposure to air can result in oxidation and the food becoming stale or dried out.
Sunlight can result in organic material breaking down chemically which can affect its appearance and taste.
Harsh UV lights like the ones found in most stores can also damage the food materials and effect their color or texture.
The package that the food is stored in can also break down and transfer toxic chemicals into the stored product if the material is not food safe.
To prevent these catastrophes, it is imperative that you use food-safe, impermeable, and reliable packaging like the kind being sold here.
Our packaging has been tested and proven to be 100% safe for holding food.
These packaging bags will preserve the shelf life of any stored food product, and ensure that it stays fresh.
You can feel safe knowing that your food is well guarded when packaged in our bags.
Baked goods, wet ingredients, and dry ingredients can all be catered to with our reliable bakery packaging bags.
Each of these different food types requires unique packaging needs to ensure their shelf life and highlight their positive traits.
Finished baked goods should be shown off and seen by the customer through the packaging.
Wet ingredients need impermeable materials and nozzles, while dry ingredients need packaging with varied sizes.
Hard candies, gummy candy, and chocolates are all included in the confectionery industry.
These separate candies all have several things in common when it comes to their packaging needs.
This includes benefiting from colorful and boldly designed packaging bags that match the playfulness of the stored confections.
The packaging should also ensure that the temperature of the candies is protected, as most confections like chocolate are sensitive to changes in temperature.
Freeze-dried foods, frozen foods, and vacuum-sealed foods make up parts of the meal prep industry.
The packaging for these different types of food products is unique to their different needs.
Freeze-dried foods must be able to handle hot water being poured in them when customers want to rehydrate the foods.
Frozen foods need to be able to resist condensation and the conditions found inside freezers.
Bags for vacuum-sealed food must be able to be made airtight.
Pet food comes in dry and wet food forms.
Dry pet food packaging includes smaller sized treat bags and larger meal bags.
Both of these packaging sizes should present the pet food appealingly and engagingly so that customers will be drawn to it.
Wet pet food should be impermeable and capable of resisting leaks or spills.
Both packing bags should also be smell proof to resist the strong odors from pet food.