Food Packaging: preserve cold cuts in the best way
Cold cuts are a delicate food with precise characteristics that the consumer expects to find in the product, at every moment of tasting.
In order for cured meats to remain fragrant as freshly sliced, good and not to lose their nutritional characteristics, it is necessary to identify the materials suitable for proper conservation.
Often some wrappers and traditional envelopes do not guarantee sufficient protection for suitable storage: instead, the packaging is required that can maintain the organoleptic properties of the food for as long as possible.
What are the characteristics that good packaging must guarantee to ensure good preservation of the cold cuts?
- Protection of freshness
- Extension of the shelf-life
- Protection of health
It is very important that food packaging has characteristics capable of adapting to the packaged sliced or cured meat: only in this way, with extreme customization of the material, is it possible to ensure that the product arrives intact until it is opened.
As far as freshness-saving transparent films and films are concerned, they are suitable for the preservation of cold cuts under vacuum and are very performing packaging, capable of responding to all product protection needs.
Thanks to our experience in the laminate sector in the food sector, we are able to provide a product that preserves all the characteristics of food for longer than traditional food packaging.
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Our laminated films to be applied to the trays, being suitable for direct contact and heat-sealable, ensure maximum hygiene, and slow down the deterioration of the food, 100% protecting the health of the consumer.
In fact, in the packaging of cured meats, we offer packaging solutions that preserve the freshness and healthiness of the products without altering their characteristics.
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