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Food Packaging

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Why should I switch to cardboard food packaging?


Cardboard food packaging can help protect food items from the elements and tampering. In addition, food packaging can also help in transporting food items to grocery stores or to customers’ homes.


What styles are available for food packaging?


We produce a wide range of cardboard food packaging custom shapes and sizes. Some of the packaging styles include:


Is there a minimum order quantity for custom food packaging orders?


No, there is no minimum order amount for custom food packaging. You can order as few boxes as you like. However, due to initial costs associated with setting up a print job, ordering larger quantities typically results in a lower per unit cost.


Can you send me samples of your food packaging?


We can send samples of our recent print orders. Please send us a sample request and our sales representative will be in touch so that appropriate food packaging samples can be sent to you.


Who is responsible for developing regulations that govern food packaging and labeling in the United States?


Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for developing primary regulations that oversee food packaging and labeling in the United States. These regulations are in place to guarantee the accurate labeling of food products, including essential information like nutritional facts, ingredient lists, allergen declarations, and truthful health claims.


What details are required to be disclosed on food labels affixed to products sold in the United States?


As mandated by the Federal Trade Commission, and in accordance with the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act, food labels are required to contain specific informational elements. These informational elements include the product's name, net quantity of contents, ingredients, allergen details, nutritional facts, and the manufacturer's contact information. Additional labeling requirements are applicable for claims such as organic, gluten-free, and health claims.

Material White: SBS (C1S), SBS (C2S), Uncoated Stock, Textured Stock
Brown: Natural Brown Kraft Card Stock
White Front Colored Back: CCNB (Grey Back), CCKB (Kraft Back)
Shipping Boxes: White or Brown Corrugated Stock or Forte
Material Thickness Cardstock Thickness: 12pt, 14pt, 18pt, Custom
Corrugated Stock: 3-ply corrugated
Finishing Types Lamination: Gloss, Matte, Sandy Matte, Soft Touch, Linen
Coating: Gloss AQ, Satin, Varnish, Spot UV, Flood UV
Features Foil Stamping
Die Cutting
Metallic Inks
Custom Size
Other Options Ribbons
Window Cutouts
Scoring and Gluing

Food Packaging Essentials

Food packaging is the process of enclosing food products in a container or wrapping them for preservation, protection, and convenience. The essential elements of food packaging include the packaging material, design, and labeling.

  • Packaging materials: Common materials used in food product packaging include paper, plastic, corrugation, and metal. Each material has its unique properties, such as barrier protection, ease of sealing, and durability, that make it well-suited for certain types of food products.
  • Design: The design of this packaging plays an important role in attracting customers and protecting the product. For example, a clear plastic container can help customers see the product, while a vacuum-sealed package can protect it from air and moisture.
  • Labeling: These boxes must include certain information, such as the product name, ingredients, and nutrition information. This information must be accurate and easy for consumers to read and understand.

Other aspects of food packaging are secondary packaging, Traceability, and safety.

  • Secondary Packaging: It refers to packaging that is used to group individual primary packages, such as a box of cereal or a pack of cans. It also provides an additional layer of protection for the products.
  • Traceability: A process that allows the identification of each package of food from the manufacturer to the point of purchase; it helps to monitor the product and recall if necessary.
  • Safety: It refers to the measures taken to protect food products from contamination by bacteria, viruses, or other harmful agents.

It includes packaging materials and methods that prevent or reduce the risk of spoilage, infection or other forms of food damage.

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