Your Complete Dry Food Partner from Manufacturing to Packaging
Dried foods are a highly convenient way to ensure that customers get their meals despite traveling or any unavailability of food in a given circumstance. What’s even better is that customers can carry food with them without having to worry about spoilage or reduction in quality, unlike perishables.
To ensure that dried foods do not spoil or perish due to any negative interactions with the external environment, most importantly the effects of moisture, oxygen, and vapor, it is important that dried foods such as powders and baking goods have the right kind of packaging. In this case, the right kind of packaging is highly durable, puncture and leak-resistant, safe, hygienic, and does a good job of keeping away contamination while also ensuring that the contents inside remain in prime condition for its ultimate enjoyment and use by the consumer. As a packaging company, this is exactly the kind of packaging we offer manufacturers for their dried goods, whether granulated, whole or powdered.
Dried Food Packaging
Dried foods require packaging that keeps them safe from the effects of moisture and oxygen to extend their shelf-life. Some of the flexible and convenient packaging options that dried food manufacturers have at their disposal are vertical pouches with fin seals, horizontal pouches with 3 or 4 sided seals, pre-made pouches, zipper pouches, sachets, pillow pouches, gusseted pouches and stand-up pouches. These types of packaging are attractive, safe, and durable and are ideal for dried foods such as dried spices, nuts, supplements, popcorn or other granulated dried foods.
With powders, it is not only important to keep away moisture but also any other fine contaminants that could bring down the quality of the food. For this reason, it is important to have puncture-resistant packaging that is strong and safely keeps the powder inside, such as seasonings or mixes, from spoiling or getting contaminated. Similar to dried food packaging, powder packaging also makes use of stand-up pouches, gusseted bags, sachets, heavy duty ziplock bags, and stick packs.
Baking Goods Packaging
Baking goods generally come in powdered form, such as pancake/cake mixes and dry yeast, or granulated form, such as sugar. For this reason, it is important to have an optimum combination of packaging used in both powder packaging as well as dried food packaging, such as stand-up pouches, side gusseted bags, cups and trays, sachets and pillow pouches, that keep products safe from contamination and spoilage, while extending their shelf-life and attracting customers.
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