Make your pleasure last longer by storing it with Packstyle
They provide a total barrier to light by preventing the degradation of surface oils.
The EVOH barrier, found in recyclable film and paper bags, blocks oxygen from entering the packaging, preventing oxidation of food, such as meat and sausages, while aluminium bags naturally have this barrier.
The water vapour barrier keeps foods such as crisps, crackers and biscuits crisper and preserves the texture of powders such as flour or spices. The convenient resealable and airtight zip allows the fragrance to be preserved even after the first use.
Fresh cheeses and roasted coffee as if they were freshly made thanks to the degassing valve that allows the naturally generated carbon dioxide to escape, preventing spoilage of the bag and the food.
Our pouches are suitable for many uses, here are some examples
Keeping it crunchy
Crispy products are sensitive to moisture, which changes their fragrance. Aluminium or paper and film bags, including recyclable ones with an EVOH barrier, are the most suitable solution.
Preserving flavours at their best
Packstyle's flexible packaging preserves fresh food, raw materials and processed products, while maintaining their aromas and organoleptic properties.
For storing frozen food
Packstyle packaging is made of materials suitable for low temperatures to prevent contamination inside the freezer.
For food-friendly packaging
Flexible packaging in large and small sizes that can be used and re-used thanks to the re-sealable zip.
Among the possible combinations here is what we recommend for your food...
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