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PACKAGING CONSULTING SERVICE
If you need advice on how to best package your food or drink goods, C&C is here to help. There is a strong correlation between how well food is packaged and labelled and how well it sells. Without attractive packaging, even the best food won't sell.
Consumer demand for minimally processed, ready-to-eat or ready-to-cook foods that are tasty, can keep for a long time, and maintain their quality has led to a shift in packaging techniques and materials. Packaging can be made from a wide variety of materials, including metals (steel, tin, and aluminium), plastics, glass, wood, cardboard, papers, and more.
Consequently, it calls for investigation and expertise to ascertain which packaging for food products is appropriate. Plastic food packaging isn't optimal for many different types of food products. Food Packaging Solutions, Technical Support, and Advice from Expert Food Technologists are All Available at C&C Solutions
PACKAGING CONSULTING SERVICE
Soft Drink Industry
Fruit Wine & Spirit Industry
Fruit Juice Industry
Beer & Cider Industry
Not from Concentrates Juices
Tea & Coffee
Cereal Milling & Baking
Powders and drinks
Savory & Culinary
Juices and Nectars
Fruit Wines & Ciders
Fruit Wine & SECCO
Chocolate & Confectionery
SOME OF THE ROLES THAT
GOOD PACKAGING SHOULD PLAY:
Vibration, shock, compression, temperature, and so on all pose risks to the stored food and must be mitigated by the packing.
Packaging must offer a barrier against oxygen, dust, water vapour, and other contaminants. A fundamental role is to keep the contents of the food fresh, clean, and safe for the specified shelf life.
Small food products are usually bundled together in one packaging for efficiency. Granular and powder food materials requires proper containment.
Labels on food packaging must include information about the contents, their safe use and disposal, the product's date of manufacture, and its use by or expiration date.
In order to convince consumers to buy a particular food product, it is essential that the packaging is both appealing and informative. The greater the visual appeal of the package, the higher the likelihood of a sale.
An important factor in reducing transportation security risks may be careful packing. The tamper-evident features ensure that food containers will not be broken or contaminated in transit.
Food packaging should contain characteristics that make handling, stacking, distribution, sale, display, re-closing, opening, usage, and reuse convenient.
MANAGE YOUR PORTIONS
Finally, food packaging discloses the exact amounts of ingredients used in specific product
FOOD PACKAGING CONSULTING
C&C team investigates current packaging options and monitors developments in packaging technology. Before deciding on a packaging material for your food product, we do an in-depth analysis of your product and research cutting-edge packaging technologies.
There are three tiers of food packaging based on the materials used and the intended purpose.
Primary packaging refers to the outer layer that covers and protects the food inside. The secondary level of food packaging refers to the boxes or other containers in which the individual food items are stored. Third-level packing denotes the completed product. Here, we mostly deal with stretch films and shrinkwraps used for shipping and distributing many boxes, containers, tins, etc.
We have extensive understanding of the food packaging sector and can help you choose a material that meets your needs in terms of price, kind, look, stability, and design for packaging your food and beverage products. All of our packaging services are designed to increase sales and awareness of your brand.
The Conceptualisation of Packaging Design improves the way we perceive and create packaging solutions.
This innovative methodology merges the realms of concept development and visual design, shaping a harmonious and captivating packaging experience.
At its core, conceptualisation focuses on the fusion of creativity, functionality, and brand identity.
By seamlessly integrating these elements, it generates packaging concepts that are not only visually stunning but also aligned with the brand's essence and purpose. Through a meticulous exploration of aesthetics, materials, and form, Concepulisation brings forth packaging designs that engage consumers
on a profound level.