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How to Prevent Freezer Burn

The ability to freeze fresh food has revolutionised the way that we eat. Whether you buy frozen goods from the supermarket or make your own food and freeze batches or leftovers, it’s hard to see our lives without the ability to freeze food. The process of freezing food reduces the speed of the food deteriorating [...]

By | January 16th, 2019|Vacuum Packer|0 Comments

Prevent Cross Contamination in Your Food Processing Facility

Cross-contamination of food can cause several serious health risks, including food poisoning and allergen exposure. Cross-contamination is when microorganisms and bacteria are unintentionally passed from one food to another and this cross-contact is commonly caused by unwashed hands, boards, utensils and knives. Food can become contaminated before preparation, during, or after. Therefore, teaching staff how [...]

By | January 9th, 2019|Uncategorized, Vacuum Packer|0 Comments

Vacuum Packing Fish and Why it’s Helpful

Fish and seafood can be a pain to store because it spoils faster than any meat products such as beef or chicken. But why does is spoil quickly and how can a vacuum packer be helpful to prevent this? Oxidation & Bacterial Growth There are two main factors that contribute to a food product spoiling; [...]

By | November 14th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

How to Operate a Vacuum Packing Machine

First Step: Evacuation Place the Vacuum Food Sealer bag with the product inside the chamber. The open neck of the bag should be placed over the sealing bar, leaving enough space for the seal of the chamber lid to close around the product. Close the lid. The vacuum pump draws the air out of the [...]

By | October 28th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

What are the differences between Vacuum Packaged Products, and Shrink Packaged Products?

Any company wants to keep its products fresh, and in good condition, for as long as possible. Doing so helps to improve customer satisfaction and decrease the amount of waste. Using packaging for this purpose is important. Vacuum packaging and shrink wrapping are both used for this purpose, with vacuum packaging being used most often [...]

By | October 14th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Single Chamber vs Double Chamber Vacuum Packers

  Vacuum packers are used throughout the world to prolong the shelf life of food items and to provide more efficient and streamlined storage options through reducing the volume of the package. People do it with items of clothing to save space and companies in every country use it to package food that will last [...]

By | September 14th, 2018|Vacuum Packer|0 Comments

How long does food last in a vacuum pack

The length of time for which you can store food is important, from a safety and taste point of view. The storage period can be extended by using vacuum sealing. This process involves the storing of food in specially designed vacuum packs. The vacuum packaging process removes air from the packaging and an air-tight seal [...]

By | August 31st, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Why are Metal Detectors so Important for the Food Industry?

Within the food production industry, there is perhaps no bigger contaminant material than metal. Due to its abundant use in all stages of food processing, the material is often found in the raw foodstuffs. It is essential that this is located and move before the packaging stage to guarantee the safety of consumers and the [...]

By | August 14th, 2018|Metal Detector|0 Comments

What is a WEBOMATIC Thermoformer?

WEBOMATIC Thermoformer technology has transformed the area of vacuum packing across the decades. The range of WEBOMATIC Thermoformer machines provides businesses with the means to safely and efficiently pack both food and non-food items. Packaging is completed at high speed, thereby improving the productivity levels of the business. The WEBOMATIC brand has been at the [...]

By | July 30th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

How does a vacuum packing machine work?

Vacuum packing a product reduces the amount of oxygen that surrounds it and limits the growth of aerobic bacteria and fungi. This means that food products can be stored for longer than would normally be possible.  In the case of food such as cereals, nuts, smoked fish and cured meats these storage times can be [...]

By | July 13th, 2018|Vacuum Packer|0 Comments