Multivac and DuPont Teijin Films team up to bring a film that can withstand the rigors of high temperature cooking.
May 24, 2012
by Canadian Packaging Staff
Multivac aims to inspire market trends in Canada with its new innovative packaging concept Mylar Cook, a range of thermoformable films specially developed for the preparation of food in the high temperature range up to 425F.
According to Multivac, the films will allow for high temperature cooking of a product in the oven or microwave in its sealed pack which will allow the aromas, vitamins, minerals and inherent moisture of the product to be largely retained during the cooking process.
The material, developed by DuPont Teijin Films, is available exclusively from Multivac in North America, Oceania and Europe and is FDA-, EU- and CFIA-compliant.
Corresponding packaging machines are supplied by Multivac.
Multivac is the leading manufacturer of thermoform fill-seal rollstock packaging solutions, chamber vacuum pouch sealers, traysealers, shrink tanks, and both cross web and inline labelers for food, medical and consumer product applications. From its Canadian office, located in Woodbridge Ont., the company provides strategic consultation, technical design, sales, distribution, and service of Multivac’s complete line of packaging systems. Multivac maintains a comprehensive on-site parts inventory, and offers 24/7 technical assistance and certified training for its entire line of equipment. To date, the company has designed and implemented over 100,000 packaging solutions.
More information is available at www.multivac.com.