TIPA and PerfoTec collaborate to create compostable packs that extend shelf-life
Compostable packaging producer TIPA and shelf-life extension specialist PerfoTec have partnered to offer compostable packaging that reportedly extends the shelf-life of fresh produce.
TIPA was founded in 2010 by Daphna Nissenbaum and Tal Neuman to address the challenge that flexible plastic packaging poses to the world.
TIPA’s vision for flexible packaging is to have the same end-of-life as organic matter while maintaining the qualities of conventional plastics that consumers and brands have come to rely on, like durability, transparency, barrier, seal ability, print ability, and shelf-life. TIPA’s packaging solutions seamlessly fit with industrial machinery and manufacturing practices.
The PerfoTec Laser Perforation System is the only laser in the world that has a patented Closed-loop Feedback Camera system. The PerfoTec experts have a lot of experience with the different respiration rates of fresh produce.
They helped a lot of companies to maintain the best quality for their produce for the longest amount of time.
About compostable packaging that extend shelf-life:
According to TIPA, its compostable packaging performs like a conventional plastic, but decomposes in compost back into the soil with no toxic residue, micro plastics or other pollutants. The company also says that its solutions mesh with existing industry machinery and manufacturing practices.
Meanwhile, PerfoTec’s patented High Precision Laser Technology facilitates longer shelf-life and freshness which means fewer quality losses, less food waste and cost savings for producers and retailers.
Partnering PerfoTec with TIPA to create compostable packaging that can outperform conventional plastic is a hugely exciting step forward for sustainable packaging.
They have created an exceptional product that extends the shelf-life of fruit, vegetables and flowers with a protective and fully compostable film that decomposes just like the product its packaging. TIPA and PerfoTec bring huge added value for flexible produce packaging, reducing food and packaging waste, and providing solutions for the future of sustainable packaging.”
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