Vacuum Packaging


Vacuum Packaging


Process

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Vacuum Packaging reduces atmospheric oxygen, limiting the growth of aerobic bacteria or fungi, and preventing the evaporation of volatile components. It is also commonly used to store dry foods over a long period of time, foods such as dates, nuts, cured meats, cheese, smoked fish, and coffee. Packaging process is commonly carried out using a vacuum sealing machine (vacuum chamber).

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Advantages

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– Relatively cheap packaging process 

– Most suitable for small production volumes

– Foods maintain their freshness and flavor for longer time

– Foods maintain their texture and appearance 

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 Markets

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Processed Meat, poultry, and seafood

– Smoked seafood

Dairy packaging

Dates and nuts

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Packaging Materials

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– Vacuum Pouches

Products

  • Vacuum Pouches


    Vacuum packaging reduces atmospheric oxygen, limiting the growth of aerobic bacteria or fungi, and preventing the evaporation of volatile components.

  • Thermoforming Film


    Thermoformed packaging refers to a type of retail packaging that uses thermoforming technology. This process melts a special type of plastic into liquid form and then freezes it to a brittle, almost glass-like state.



  • Dairy Products


    CONVIPACK offers a comprehensive range of packaging materials for Dairy products. Our packaging solutions including vacuum and MAP are best-suited not only for storage and distribution but also for maturing.