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In many cases the packaging is recognised only by its final role, as a food delivery system, but the combination of packaging materials found around food in particular, can add value throughout the supply chain if carefully selected and designed.
In food packaging the combination of materials used to create a package delivers containment and protection. In addition, materials in the overall packaging structure can have a role in preserving the food, in enhancing the cooking process, and most noticeably can be used to carry many different forms of information.
This sector highlights how in certain examples the design of the packaging structure has been used to enhance the cooking process.
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- Hygienic and Convenient Packaging for Heat and Eat pre-cooked foods
- MylarŪ OL Self-venting Microwaveable Bacon
- Self Venting lidding for Ready Meals
- Ovenable MylarŪ for Garlic Bread
- Cook in the Oven Convenience
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