Dried Food Packaging
As a packaging structure, we offer packaging solutions in desired material structures for dried food products with strong adhesion, suitable for fast packaging machines using two or multi-layer structure combinations.
- High barrier
- Low oxygen and water vapor permeability
- Low thermal adhesion
- Protection from light
- High lamination strength
- Sealing capability
- Low COF value
- Matt lacquer application
- Paper touch application
OPP / CPP
OPP / PE
PET / PE
PE / PE
How do you package dry food?
To conserve and preserve the natural or original characteristics of dry foods, it is necessary to use airtight packages, which also have to safely secure the food from light, moisture and heat.
What is dry packaging?
Dry Packaging is the use of special waterproof plastic in the packaging and storage of food products to prevent them from absorbing moisture from the environment. It is also effective in preventing the moisture that comes off of the product itself.
What packaging material is commonly used in packaging dried food?
To store and pack dry foods, snack packaging companies usually utilize custom snack packaging for each product. They tend to be made of laminated aluminum, or, in some cases, metalized film as well.
What is the best material to use for packaging?
The best packaging material depends on the product, but the most commonly used ones are cardboard, PET and flexible packaging. If you are looking for a sustainable and effective way to store food, flexible packaging is the best option, since it requires less water and energy to manufacture.
How Should Dry Food Packaging and Pasta Packaging Be?
For products such as dry food, pasta, noodles, spices, salt, sugar and legumes, double-layer structures consisting of CPP or PE laminated to reverse-printed BOPP are the most preferred and most suitable dry food and pasta packaging. Pasta, rice, dry beans, etc. stored at room temperature. It is one of the various uses of dry food and pasta packaging.
The protection of the products that need to be used in dry food and pasta packaging and the requirements of the packaging are also varied and challenging. It is vital for dry food and pasta packages to protect the food in the package from external effects such as moisture and steam, to ensure durability and durability during transportation, shelf life and use, and the cleanliness and hygiene of the package. Dry food and pasta packages should convey the information about the product to the consumer in an understandable way.