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Automatic Packing machines for Fresh Produce

In the packaging process of fresh vegetables and fruits, it's essential to consider their vulnerability to damage and the need for hygiene, while also making them suitable for shelf display. With Fanpo Packaging Machinery, you can package vegetables and fruits in boxes, with an outer layer of transparent film to isolate them from potential contamination through repeated handling or damage. Fanpo provides a complete set of fully automated production lines for packaging such products. Additionally, to cater to small businesses, we offer a semi-automatic small box sealing machine.

Packaging machine for Fluids including Gels Thick Creams and Sauces

Gels, thick creams, and sauces share the common characteristic of viscosity, with some even containing suspended particles. Packaging these products requires addressing dispensing speed to meet production capacity while ensuring cleanliness at the sealing point to maintain packaging integrity. In such cases, Fanpo offers packaging machines that use high-pressure gas to facilitate the rapid and thorough filling of materials into bags, bottles, and more. Additionally, we incorporate agitation systems to prevent particle settling in the dispensing container.

packing machines to the Dust Issue in Powder Handling

The issue of powder dust has long been a concern for business owners. Dust from packaging can affect the quality of package sealing, impact the health of production floor workers, or infiltrate machines, causing premature lubricant degradation and accelerating the aging of machine components. To address these issues, Fanpo offers an innovative solution. We secure a vacuum dust collector at the discharge port of the feeding screw, effectively capturing tiny airborne dust particles. For packaging methods that require heat sealing, we have also introduced a dust-beating device to remove dust particles from the sealing area just before sealing, ensuring the packaging bags' sealing performance.

Challenges in packaging and storage of puffed food

Packaging and storing expanded or puffed foods, such as snacks and cereals, can present several unique challenges. Here are some of the common issues and potential solutions: Texture Preservation: Expanded foods are known for their light and crispy texture, which can be easily compromised during storage. To maintain texture, use high-quality packaging materials with good barrier properties to prevent moisture and air from affecting the product. Moisture Control: Moisture can lead to loss of crispness and can cause expanded foods to become stale. Employ moisture-resistant packaging, such as foil-lined bags or airtight containers. Use desiccants or moisture-absorbing packets to further control humidity. Shelf Life: Expanded foods have a limited shelf life due to their vulnerability to moisture and oxygen. Choose packaging with excellent oxygen barriers and consider nitrogen flushing to displace oxygen within the package. Package Integrity: The packaging must remain intact to protect the product. Perform regular quality control checks to ensure there are no leaks or punctures in the packaging that can compromise the product's freshness. Flavor Retention: Expanded foods often rely on specific flavors for their appeal. Use flavor barrier packaging to preserve the product's taste and aroma. Storage Conditions: Store expanded foods in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and temperature fluctuations. Ensure that the storage area is clean and free from pests. Eco-Friendly Packaging: Consider eco-friendly and sustainable packaging options to meet consumer demands for environmentally responsible choices. Labeling and Branding: Effective labeling and branding can help convey product quality and attract consumers. Invest in appealing packaging designs and informative labels. Regulatory Compliance: Ensure that your packaging materials and methods comply with food safety regulations and standards to maintain consumer trust. By addressing these challenges through appropriate packaging and storage solutions, you can maintain the quality and freshness of expanded food products and meet consumer expectations.