ICPG works with companies to select the right materials for aseptic food packaging needs.
For food packaging applications, safety is an absolute requirement. Many foods must be packaged aseptically in a sterile environment to keep them shelf stable and fresh. The aseptic process involves heating the product to a high temperature to eliminate bacteria and microorganisms, then depositing it into a container in a sanitary environment.
● Single serve coffee creamers
● Baby food
● Cheese & salsa
● Coffee creamer
● Healthcare & pharmaceuticals
● Blended Propylene for added stiffness and impact resistance
● Customized barrier specifications
● Enhanced OTR & MVTR PP for shelf-life extension
● High & low temperature clarified PP
● Snap-able PP for FS and FFS processes
● Barrier extrusion lamination
● Multi-layer coextrusion
● Symmetrical & asymmetrical structures
As the packaging industry continues to evolve, you have a choice between many polymers that are well-suited for aseptic food packaging. As you determine the best material for your application, there are certain considerations to take into account. You want a material that can fit into your process and meet the needs of your application while remaining sustainable and cost-effective. For aseptic packaging, you need a barrier material that can keep moisture and contaminants out — however, many traditional barrier materials are difficult to recycle, making them unsustainable. If you’re looking for the ideal solution, ICPG can help. We offer a range of high-quality materials for the packaging industry, including our sustainable, recyclable XPP with patent-pending Re-Imagined Barrier (RE-BA) technology, which helps address the problem of sustainability head-on while keeping your product safe.
Looking for the perfect packaging solution for your applications? A material solutions expert at ICPG can help you determine the best fit polymer for your needs.
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