Extended Shelf Life: Prepared dishes packaged with seal film can have an extended shelf life since the film helps to maintain the freshness of the food for longer periods.
Protection from Contaminants: The seal film creates a barrier that protects the prepared dish from contaminants such as bacteria, dust, and moisture, which can cause spoiling.
Easy to Transport: Sealed packaging protects prepared dishes while they are being transported from one place to another, ensuring that the food stays fresh and safe.
Convenience for the Consumer: The seal film packaging offers a convenient option for the consumer to buy and store the prepared dish, as they can be easily stored in the fridge or freezer and simply reheated when needed.
Customization: Seal film can be customized with branding, nutritional information, and cooking instructions, making it an ideal choice for food companies looking to create a unique brand identity and enhance their customers’ experience by providing relevant information about the product.
To make prepared dishes packaging with seal film, follow these steps:
1. Choose the Right Materials: Select the appropriate type of seal film based on the type of prepared dishes that you plan to package. There are different types of seal films, including polypropylene, polystyrene, and PVC, among others. Ensure that the seal film is food-grade and safe for use with prepared dishes.
2. Prepare the Prepared Dishes: Ensure that the prepared dishes are cooked and cooled to the appropriate temperature before packaging. This prevents the formation of condensation in the packaging that could cause spoilage and mold.
3. Position the Prepared Dishes: Place the prepared dishes into the plastic disposable containers and position them appropriately. Be careful not to overfill the container as this could cause the seal film to become damaged.
4. Apply the Seal Film: Cut the seal film to the appropriate size and apply it over the container, ensuring that it covers the entire container, including the edges. Tightly seal the edges of the film to prevent air and moisture from entering.
5. Heat Seal the Film: Use a heat sealing machine or a handheld heat sealing tool to seal the edges of the film. The heat from the heat sealing tool will melt the film, creating an airtight and moisture-proof seal that prevents the prepared dishes from becoming spoiled.
6. Label the Prepared Dishes: After sealing the packaging, label the containers with the name, date, and contents of the prepared dishes.
By following these steps, you can create prepared dishes packaging with seal film that preserves the freshness and flavor of your dishes for longer periods.