Vegetable Packaging

Bags to keep your veggies fresh

4 types of vegetable packaging at your disposal 👇

1. Vegetable bag
central gluing
with or without pleats

Vegetable packaging features

• Variety of materials

• Laminated materials in two or three layers

• Material capability for modified atmosphere use

• Ability to block oxygen and moisture as well as solar radiation

• Suggested for long-term storage on a shelf

• High material transparency

• Possibility of entirely recyclable materials

• Use of biodegradable materials

• Possibility to print up to 6 colours

2. Vegetable bag
side gluing
two sides

Vegetable packaging features

• 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

• Possibility to print up to 6 colours

3. Plastic vegetable bag
with gluing on the bottom

Vegetable packaging features

• Monolayer material – polyethylene LD/HD

• Low cost pouch

• Possibility of colouring the material

• Double bonding on the bottom for greater security

• Suggested for internal use within boxes

• Thickness from 20-100mic

• Durable for agricultural transport packaging

• Printability up to 6 colours

4. Food Packaging
Packaging Roll

Packing Roller for packaging machines

• 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

• Possibility to print up to 6 colours

Vegetable packaging solutions and features

Revolutionizing the Way We Pack Our Veggies

As consumers, we have all experienced the frustration of buying a bag of fresh veggies only to have them go bad a few days later. This is where the importance of vegetable packaging comes into play. Not only does it play a crucial role in maintaining the freshness and quality of our produce, but it also has a significant impact on the environment.

Advancements in Vegetable Packaging Technology

The latest advancements in vegetable packaging technology are revolutionizing the way we pack and transport our produce. Here are some of the most exciting innovations in the field:

  • Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP): This technology involves creating a controlled atmosphere inside the packaging to extend the shelf life of fresh produce.
  • Eco-Friendly Alternatives: As consumers become more conscious of their impact on the environment, manufacturers are developing eco-friendly alternatives to traditional plastic packaging. These include biodegradable and compostable materials like bamboo and mushroom packaging.

The Impact of Vegetable Packaging on Our Health and the Environment

Packaging has a significant impact on both our health and the environment. Here’s a look at how it affects each of these factors:

  • Health: Fresh produce is an essential part of a healthy diet, and vegetable packaging plays a crucial role in maintaining the freshness and quality of our greens. By choosing packaging that is free of harmful chemicals, we can ensure that the produce we consume is safe and nutritious.
  • Environment: Plastic packaging, in particular, has a major impact on the environment. It takes hundreds of years to decompose, and its production and disposal generate large amounts of greenhouse gas emissions. Eco-friendly alternatives to plastic, like bamboo and mushroom packaging, offer a more sustainable solution.

Vegetable packaging bags:

Xenos Packaging provides a variety of 4 different types of packaging for vegetables such as:

  • Vegetable bag with central gluing with or without plets
  • Vegetable bag with side gluing (two sides)
  • Plastic vegetable bag with gluing on the bottom
  • Roll packaging

Check further information about our vegetables packaging:

  • Food pouches for vegetables: 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 packaging 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 kind of package in which the oxygen is completely removed and the product is sealed under airtight conditions.

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