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Why Induction Seal Food Products
Shelf life extension, leak prevention and tamper evidence are among the many benefits that make induction heat sealing a popular choice for those in the food industry. Induction sealing is known throughout the food industry for providing manufacturers and packers with an easy, fast, eco-friendly and cost-effective sealing solution.
This is why some of the biggest brands and industry specialists rely on induction sealing. A foil seal will act as a barrier to ensure flavours and freshness are locked in, while germs and pollutants are kept out.
This means that when your end-user gets the product, it is just as fresh as the day you sealed it.
Induction technology is able to provide a strong and reliable seal for all kinds of food products, from various sauces and syrups through to pickles and powders. If you are unsure if your product is suitable for induction heat sealing, contact us today to speak to one of our technical experts.
We moved to an induction sealed foil to improve the shelf life of our products – the colours and aromas are preserved by the foil seal,” he added.
Jean-Michel Allier, Engineering Project Manager at McCormick France
Mendes Gonçalves, a manufacturer of gourmet culinary sauces, has been using induction cap sealing for over 10 years. The use of this sealing technology provides added protection to its products, such as tamper evidence and product freshness, therefore facilitating international export of products.
Orchard Valley Foods, a manufacturer of edible baking decorations, required a solution that would increase the shelf life and ensure the freshness of its products. To achieve this, the company contacted Enercon Industries and introduce induction heat sealing to its production process.
The large food manufacturer, McCormick, was in search of a hermetic sealing solution to improve the quality and shelf life of its various products, which are packaged into glass bottles. The company worked with Enercon Industries’ specialists and introduced induction cap sealing to its production.
Clarks, a leading manufacturer of syrup, honey and ice cream sauce, needed to maintain product freshness and extend shelf life. To achieve this while maintaining high production speeds, Clarks opted for induction cap sealing.
Otófé was in search of an effective sealing method to maintain the freshness and taste of its culinary sauce. To achieve this, the company contacted Enercon Industries and added induction seals to its containers.
Shaws, a producer of chutneys, relishes and sauces, has reaped the benefits of induction heat sealing for over 20 years. The company has recently upgraded its unit to one of Enercon’s most powerful machines.