Fruit Packaging Products

A package that will keep your fruit fresh and safe!

3 types of fruit packaging at your disposal 👇

1. Plastic fruit bag
with gluing
on the bottom

Fruit packaging characteristics

• Monolayer material – polyethylene LD/HD

• Low cost bag

• Possibility of colouring the material

• Double bonding on the bottom for greater security

• Suggested for internal use within boxes

• Thickness from 20-100mic

• Resistant for agricultural transport packaging

• Printable in up to 6 colours

2. Side gluing
two sides

Fruit packaging characteristics

• Variety of materials

• Low cost pouch

•  Laminated materials in two or three layers

• Packaging and transport of vegetables from the store to the consumer

• Convenient for everyday use

• Thickness from 20-100mic

• Printability up to 6 colours

3. Food Packaging
Packaging Roll

Fruit packaging characteristics

• Application for foods necessary to be packaged.

• Produced from materials such as :LDPE, CAST PP, BO PP, ALU, ALLOX – suitable for food.

• Material thickness from 30 to 70 mic.

• Dimensions ranging according to demand.

• Printability up to 6 colours.

Fruit packaging solutions
and characteristics

Fruit is a critical component of a healthy diet and packaging plays a vital role in maintaining freshness, quality and taste. Proper packaging can extend the shelf life of your fruit and prevent it from spoiling in transit. We will delve into the world of fruit packaging and understand its importance in preserving the quality of your fruit.

The importance of fruit packaging

Fruit packaging is essential to preserve the quality and freshness of fruit. It not only protects the fruit from external factors such as light, air and temperature, but also helps preserve its nutritional value. Here are some reasons why fruit packaging is so important:

  • Protection from external factors: Fruits are prone to being damaged by external factors such as light, air and temperature. Packaging provides a barrier between the fruit and these factors, preventing deterioration.
  • Preservation of freshness: Proper packaging helps maintain the freshness of fruit by keeping it away from moisture and other contaminants. This, in turn, extends the shelf life of the fruit and keeps it fresh for longer.
  • Avoiding damage during transport: Fruit is often transported over long distances and proper packaging can prevent damage in transit. It protects fruit from being crushed or bruised and ensures that it reaches its destination in good condition.

Types of fruit packaging

There are several types of fruit packaging available on the market, each with its own unique characteristics and benefits. Below are some of the most commonly used types of fruit packaging:

  • Food pouches for fruit: A relatively inexpensive type of packaging, suitable for crops that are not so susceptible to physical damage.
  • Modified atmosphere package: Special packaging created by removing the air from the package and replacing it with a single gas or a mixture of gases. The carefully managed gas mixture within the package maintains an optimum respiration rate of the crop and prolongs the shelf life and storage quality of the crop.
  • Vacuum package : A type of package in which the oxygen is completely removed and the product is sealed under airtight conditions.

More specifically, the fruit packaging options are :

  • Plastic fruit bag with glued bottom
  • Side gluing of two sides
  • Roll packaging

Factors to consider when choosing fruit packaging

When choosing fruit packaging, there are several factors to consider to ensure you make the right choice. Some of these factors include:

  • Material: The material used for fruit packaging must be safe, non-toxic and not affect the quality of the fruit.
  • Barrier properties: The packaging should provide a barrier against light, air and temperature to maintain the freshness and quality of the fruit.
  • Sustainability: Sustainability is an important factor to consider when choosing fruit packaging. Choose packaging made from recyclable materials to reduce your carbon footprint.
  • Cost: Cost is another factor to consider when choosing fruit packaging. While you don’t want to compromise on quality, it’s important to choose a packaging option that fits your budget.

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We ship all over
Greece / Cyprus and
selected European countries