(Editor’s Note: This is an online-only article attributed to the June/July 2017 issue.)
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Before the product even hits the shelves, packaging and processing facilities must be able to ensure that foods of all types can remain free of contaminants and potential spoilage before consumption.
While the packaging design itself is highly important in keeping products safe from contamination and spoilage, liquid foods need to be protected prior to that during the packaging process.
To make sure products remain safe at all times during packaging, utilize effective equipment throughout the process. In liquid food packaging lines, this includes using reliable liquid filling machines and other packaging equipment specifically designed to handle the product.
Choosing the Right Liquid Filler
Not all liquid food products are the same in consistency, and certain containers also require specific types of liquid filling equipment. It’s crucial to find the right piece of equipment that works for your product because you may otherwise wind up with an inefficient packaging line that results in wasted product and lost profits.