Profol Americas, a worldwide leader in cast polyolefin films manufacturer, has launched SBB Synthetic Bacon Board film for the bacon food packaging.
The Covid-19 environment situation has caused a significant upswing in household meal making, following a 12.8 percent rise in bacon packaging sales from last year. Refrigerated bacon values for more than $5 billion in transactions and more than 1 billion in pounds, with no indications of slowing down.
Today’s company and the user expect sustainable and user-friendly bacon packaging, and these two driving forces in proposing SBB Synthetic Bacon Board®.
Key attributeSBB Synthetic Bacon Board® attributes versus traditional wax or poly-coated bacon board includes:
- Polypropylene based material and 100% recyclable film in the polypropylene or polyolefin recycle stream
- It can be easily separated in the recycling stream using the traditional water bath separation used for polyolefins
- It does not absorb MVTR or bacon fats
- It remains hard to completely packaged product shipping and handling
- Can use High-Pressure Process (HPP) sterilization (turkey, chicken, fish-based, beef, and plant-based bacon packaging)
- Can be pigmented any preferred color on one side and white on the other
- Standard colors are white/black, yellow/white, or white/whiteboard
- Also ready in a customer’s demand color and can be private to that customer if the minimum volume is met
“Their track record in the packaging business gives a solid platform for achieving more sustainable, more beneficial film for this consumer-favorite food item,” states Profol New Business Development Director Mark VanSumeren. “And our U.S. manufacturing facility is certified to meet the Safe Quality Food (SQF) code.”
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