Performance Packaging

Protective skin that guarantees the quality, hygiene and safety of food products.

Benefits of performance packaging

Longer shelf life

Fresh meat and cheese spoil fast; packaging can protect them from early spoilage – without the need for preservatives!

Slows down the spoilage process.

Helps you manage your busy lifestyle.

Retains flavour, freshness and nutrients.

Flexibility and convenience

Today’s lifestyle demands convenience and time saving actions.
Less-trips

Less trips to the grocery store
means more time for yourself.

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Purchasing food online without
the risk
of packaging failure.

Portion-control

Portion control results
in less left overs.

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Hygiene and safety

Food products are exposed to a delicate process of storage, shipping, transport and delivery network. This heightens the risk of contamination to food products without packaging.

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Touch
adhesive

See, touch, select and consume food items without risk of contamintation.

Food items
adhesive

Food items are protected when customers sneeze or cough around packed food.

Food protection
adhesive

Food protection against germs, dusts or the chaiser's hair strand.

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Performance Packaging

It’s made of multiple thin transparent layers, each with unique properties and functionality.
Cheese in a multilayer packaging

Polyolefins

(PP, PE)
Water vapour barrier.
Flexibility.

Adhesive

Bonding polar & non-polar material.

Polyamide

Mechanical performance & flexibility.
Barrier for oxygen, aroma & grease.
Transparency & printability.
Thermal resistance.

EVOH

High oxygen barrier.
Good aroma barrier.

How can packaging be sustainable

Reduce

Reduce global greenhouse gas emissions

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Less production cost

Flexible packaging solutions emit significantly less CO2 than conventional packaging formats.

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Lower weight

Using performance packaging solutions helps to reduce overall weight and CO2 emissions during transport.

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Extending shelf life

Extending shelf life prevents and reduces the occurrence of early spoilage while reducing the greenhouse gases emitted by landfills.

Less production cost
Eco factory

Less production cost

Flexible packaging solutions emit significantly less CO2 than conventional packaging formats.

Lower weight
Lower weight

Lower weight

Using performance packaging solutions helps to reduce overall weight and CO2 emissions during transport.

Extending shelf life
Extending shelf life

Extending shelf life

Prevents and reduces the occurrence of early spoilage while reducing the greenhouse gases emitted by landfills.

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Save natural resources

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Saving water

Converting polymers into functional packaging requires significantly less water.

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Saving energy

Considerably less energy is needed to convert polymers into functional packaging compared with conventional packaging formats.

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Less material needed

Significantly less raw materials are needed to produce a functional package made with polymeers compared with conventional packaging formats.

Saving water
Saving water

Saving water

Converting polymers into functional packaging requires significantly less water.

Lower weight
Saving energy

Saving energy

Considerably less energy is needed to convert polymers into functional packaging compared with conventional packaging formats.

Extending shelf life
Less material needed

Less material needed

To produce a functional package made with polymeers compared with conventional packaging formats.

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Reuse

Mechanical recycling process
Mechanical recycling is a process by which waste materials are transformed into “new” (secondary) raw materials without changing the basic chemical structure of the material. Those raw materials can be used to create new products.

Recycle

Chemical recycling process
Chemical recycling transforms plastic products and plastic waste into its basic raw chemical (feedstock). Those raw materials can be used to create any kind of new polymer.